A Tiny Vietnamese Village Where Women Chose to be Single Mothers
February 15, 2013 10:17 AM Subscribe
LOI, Vietnam — They had no plan to break barriers or cause trouble. But 30 years ago in this bucolic village in northern Vietnam, the fierce determination of one group of women to become mothers upended centuries-old gender rules and may have helped open the door for a nation to redefine parenthood.
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