Stories by Toni Nagy

Toni Nagy writes for Huffington Post, Salon, Thought Catalog, Hairpin, Do You Yoga, and Elephant Journal. She has her own blog, and is the host of a podcast. subscribe to Toni Nagy's feed

Posted on: Feb 11, 2016, Source: AlterNet

Electing Hillary Clinton just to prove to the world that we can have a woman president is just not that meaningful.

Posted on: Aug 20, 2015, Source: AlterNet

Can female sexual dysfunction be cured with a pill?

Posted on: Aug 14, 2015, Source: AlterNet

While some topics are hard to discuss and might make you uncomfortable, that doesn’t mean your children need to be sheltered.

Posted on: Jul 8, 2015, Source: AlterNet

I tried—really tried—to shield her from corporate culture and feminine stereotypes.

Posted on: May 14, 2015, Source: AlterNet

The only weird thing about some polyamorous parents is how lasting and deep their friendship is.

Posted on: Apr 9, 2015, Source: AlterNet

Many of us spend our adult lives recovering from our childhoods.

Posted on: Feb 12, 2015, Source: AlterNet

In our quest for sexual empowerment we have to put on blinders from public pressure and turn inward.

Posted on: Feb 2, 2015, Source: AlterNet

We parents aren’t sharing our baby stories on social media because we are trying to bore you.

Posted on: Jan 14, 2015, Source: AlterNet

The controversy over a new music video tells us a lot about how we perceive sexuality.

Posted on: Jan 8, 2015, Source: AlterNet

In defense of conscious, modern parenting.

Posted on: Dec 11, 2014, Source: AlterNet

Katy Perry and Ariana Grande have quickly replaced Baa Baa Black Sheep and Wheels on the Bus for my daughter.

Posted on: Apr 22, 2013, Source: AlterNet

Ross took an accepted paradigm and pushed it too far, but his words are just an extreme reflection of what is tragically a cultural phenomenon.

Posted on: Jan 27, 2013, Source: AlterNet

I aspired to be the ultimate earth-mother-Gaia-worshipping-priestess from another dimension.

Posted on: Sep 28, 2011, Source: AlterNet

Avoiding the "mommy and daddy" issues that lead to retail therapy and consumerism, changing how we raise our children could nurture a generation that will actualize sustainability.

Posted on: Apr 22, 2011, Source: AlterNet

How do you protect your friend by helping her see the truth about her soul-sucking mate?