How to talk to your kids about Trump, on Slate’s Mom and Dad Are Fighting.

It’ll Be Hard to Raise Daughters in the Age of Trump. But Maybe We Should Start Here.

It’ll Be Hard to Raise Daughters in the Age of Trump. But Maybe We Should Start Here.

Slate's parenting podcast.
Nov. 11 2016 3:31 PM

How Should We Raise Daughters in Trump’s America?

It’ll be hard, but this is one place to start. 

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In the Slate Plus bonus segment of Thursday’s edition of Mom and Dad Are Fighting, host Dan Kois reads a piece about talking to his two daughters after the election.  

When do we protect our kids, and when do we tell them the hard truth? How should we raise children—especially young girls—in Trump’s America?

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And how do we make our young girls feel valued?

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Dan Kois edits and writes for Slate’s culture department. He is writing a book called How to Be a Family and co-writing, with Isaac Butler, an oral history of Angels in America.