Indie game Best Month Ever! challenges players to navigate single motherhood – including illness and low wages – in a ruthless capitalistic and patriarchal society.
Manipulative domestic drama Tully is a mash-up of temper tantrums, vehicular meltdowns, and enough breast pumping to give your brassiere a case of Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder.
The Miseducation of Cameron Post explores a teenager's struggles at a gay conversion therapy camp, and Tully a suburban wife's depression after having a third child. Both aim at empathy.
On French scholar Élisabeth Badinter's critical deconstruction of the maternal expectations that create a backlash against women's rights.