How a transgender boy taught his biracial dad to look beyond labels.
Nicole Ellis interviews Joe Ghartey about how being a biracial kid in the U.S. and in Ghana helped him learn to accept his transgender son, Penel. Editors Note: Penel goes by Penel and Penelope. We use both names in this piece.
Filmmaker and reporter Nicole Ellis visits a psychologist who specializes in fertility counseling to help her make a tough decision. She also leans on her best friend and family to help her navigate the difficult next steps in her family planning journey.
I was suddenly forced to face an uncomfortable possibility: Meeting someone I want to spend my life with might not happen during my fertile years. So should I invest in freezing my eggs to help ensure I can have children when I’m ready? Or should I invest in a house?
In Part 4 of her documentary series, Nicole Ellis decides not to take a doctor's opinion at face value.
Episode 3 of our exclusive series: 'Should I freeze my eggs?'
Three words echoed in my mind: “low ovarian reserve.”
In a world where my uterus is pitted against me, freezing my eggs could level the playing field by giving me more control over my reproductive life span.
The Washington Post is launching "Should I freeze my eggs?,” an original series that captures the intimate journey of Post video host and filmmaker Nicole Ellis as she explores the process of egg freezing. This intimate, first-person narrative follows a single, 29-year-old woman who hopes to have children in the future but understands her ‘biological clock’ is ticking.
Throughout Houston, thousands are struggling every day to find a place to call home.