Lisa Selin Davis

Lisa Selin Davis is the author of TOMBOY: The Surprising History and Future of Girls Who Dare to Be Different. She has written for The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Time, Salon, The Guardian and many other publications, and is the author of two novels.

Lisa Selin Davis


We Can Raise Boys To Become Good Men By Treating Them Like Girls

Emma Brown's book 'To Raise a Boy' looks at the cost of raising boys who learn that “girly” is an insult.


Watching Schitt's Creek With My Kids Is A Kind Of Life-Affirming Sex Ed

Dan Levy normalizes sexual diversity and affirms our family's values.


From Rage Moms To Trump Moms — 2020 Was A Big Year For Mothers & Politics

Despite being sidelined by a pandemic, moms turned up and out.


Harry Styles Is Here To Remind Parents & Kids That Clothes Have No Gender

It's pretty simple.


The Alarming Stats That Show How The “Mom Recession” Is Setting Women Back

We came a long way, baby.


Where Are The Books That Show Different Ways To Be A Boy?


The Agony And Ecstasy Of Pandemic Suburbanites