Breasts: A Brief History

Illustration by Marie-Eve Tremblay

Illustration by Marie-Eve Tremblay

BREASTS: either one of the two soft parts on a woman’s chest that produce milk when she has a baby

Yesterday, the mailman delivered my contributor copy of Working Mother magazine’s October/November issue. I’m excited to have a humor piece in there.  The illustration by Marie-Eve Tremblay tells a story on its own, but if you want to see the words, check out Breasts: A Brief History.

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4 thoughts on “Breasts: A Brief History

  1. It’s so great to see that you are publishing widely and that more people are able to enjoy your work. I have long felt that Defining Motherhood is a wonderful place to find great writing, and I’m glad to see that it’s launching something new!

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