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Do we need a new birth movement? What’s wrong with the human rights movement we have?

“But what should I do??” “Nothing, dear, you’re not qualified.” Monty Python, Meaning of Life, Birth.   Birth activists are fond of pointing out the expertification of obstetrics and it is undeniably a field rife with Experts of all kinds, … Continue reading

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Homebirth. It just is.

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Pretty?

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Too good to pass by

Head over to The Angry Black Woman to read a huge link fest on reproductive justice. Wow. Just wow. Further wowing to be had from Helen Razer who offered us some great tips on Vajazzling in time for International Women’s … Continue reading

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More Henci Goer writing

I’m in danger of becoming a groupie. I was already wildly grateful for her work but after a morning of reading about pole dancing being a sport, how Australia lacks women in parliament, and how women aren’t too fussed by … Continue reading

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