Tag: mothering

Wild Mothering

WILD MOTHER It’s a strange thing to find oneself called “mother” when one has lived decades child-free not just by choice but by design. Biologically, I am no mother, having no uterus, having never given birth, having never even been pregnant. Moreover, I’ve never wanted a mother identity. It was less of a “choice” and more of an “orientation.”  … Read more →

On Mother’s Day

I want to celebrate all the motherlovers and unmothered motherless others     I want to summon, gather and make noise for all tied tubes, hyster sisters, severed bloodlines and lineage breakers     I want to jump out of giant uterus shaped cake and give every stepmom in the world a bouquet of herbs no self-described shamanic practitioner cantillating… Read more →