Piper Hoffman is a writer and attorney living in Brooklyn with her husband, two cats, and occasional foster kittens. She has professional experience with the laws related to employment, animal rights, poverty, homelessness, and women’s rights. Piper has a B.A. magna cum laude from Brown University and a J.D. cum laude from Harvard Law School.
"Rock, country, folk, and silliness," plus a heaping serving of smart, witty lyrics and catchy hooks.
Family is not a substitute for life; family is a part of life, but there is more.
How Employers Force Workers Into Arbitration
Does parenting promote or impede happiness?
Cutting up live animals to test tea...
Why do many parents insist that having children is indispensable to human fulfillment, when it clearly isn't?
Agribusiness's abuse of antibiotics creates superbugs that endanger us all.
There are disadvantages to not having children – but not many.
The Rally to Restore Sanity and/or Fear—stop feeling bad that you didn't go.
Your endearments tell them who they can't be.