Category: Writing

Neo.Life: The Future of Birth Control

Neo.Life: The Future of Birth Control

Male contraceptive gels, “night-before” pills that disrupt ovulation, and the brave future of human contraception. “There may well be radical new narratives we so-called “rational” people will be confronted with that will challenge our beliefs, and force us to rationally and objectively ...

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First Place for General Excellence in Feature Writing, Reproductive Science

First Place for General Excellence in Feature Writing, Reproductive Science

I’m very honored to announce that I won first place in feature writing from the Association of Healthcare Journalists. The story is called “Portrait of a Professional Babymaker” published in Jane Metcalfe’s publication Neo.Life. Reeder uses her money from baby-making to ...

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Neo.Life: PORTRAIT OF A PROFESSIONAL BABY MAKER

Neo.Life: PORTRAIT OF A PROFESSIONAL BABY MAKER

With 27 biological children and three surrogate pregnancies under her belt, it’s all business as usual for Tyra Reeder.

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Slate:  Single-Mother Families Aren’t the “Other”

Slate: Single-Mother Families Aren’t the “Other”

They’re increasingly the norm. And it’s time to end the shaming and stigmatizing of solo moms. Read full story here.

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Outside Magazine: Adventurous SWF Seeking Soul Mate Gets Hottie (And Bothered)

I’ve trekked through Nepal, gone on safari in Africa, and (in case things got too wild) learned kung fu from a Shaolin monk. I cook a mean coq au vin on a camp stove, and I don’t wear mascara when I surf. But last November I turned 36, and I still hadn’t met the right […]

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New York Magazine: Meet. Mate. Multiply: From Single to Family of Three in Less Than Two Years

It’s a truism that everything moves faster in New York—everything, that is, except relationships, those one-step-forward-two-steps-back negotiations, eternally bumped down on our list of priorities. Now a subset of the generation that has put off marriage is changing the way they make families. ...

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Slate:This Labor Day Weekend, Beware of Naked Toddlers Menacing a Hotel Near You

One of the great joys of summer in childhood is the freedom to strip off your clothes and frolic shame-free-naked on the beach. On a recent family vacation to North Truro, Massachusetts, without thinking twice, I let my 3-year son disrobe to his natural state and enjoy this pleasure, knowing ...

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DIY Mom

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In Her Own Sweet Time

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