The elephant in the room flashed with a neon light A glaring glow, a warning of a plight. Ignored so long, in the florescent gloom, hidden in plain sight, The elephant watched quietly, all through the night. The elephant observed an awful lot of fright, The cries for help, for relief, from contractions that bite. … More The elephant in the womb
The conveyor belt approach to birth was working as intended, And despite many protests, it won’t be amended. For The Authority has the Power and the money flows neatly, And your role, my dear, is to obey and smile sweetly. Your Doctor processes your pregnancy without bothering you with detail You believe they are … More Do you have what it takes?
Nine Honey claims to be the leading women’s website. If this is what is leading women, I have just one thing to say: Astray! These two articles (above) caught my attention over the weekend (July 2019). The first ‘explores’ the dangers of breastmilk sharing. It does not address the commodification of women or the awesomeness … More Honey Honey
Birth, for the modern human, is not without difficultly. Does it all come down to luck, or is it a matter of Good Management? or could it be something else? Read the full article here
(to the tune of Waltzing Matilda) Once a jolly woman sang aloud her own song, After eating from the knowledge tree, And she sang as she mused and waited ’til her baby birthed, My body, my baby, my choices are free Informed and Supported, informed and Supported My body, my baby, my choices are free … More Once a Jolly woman