Aunty chats message
We value the work because this act of giving birth is what gives our society hope and purpose and continuation.
We live in the virtual age where human relationships are no longer bound to physical meetings.
Women who work hard for women who desire not to have children, we value your work to give us freedom over own bodies, even while others devalue and demean and abuse you for this important work.
Women who are pregnant, we value the hours working, at what ever you do, when all you want to do is lie down and vomit in your own toilet.
She consults on effective evidence-based policy, and helps people and organisations engage the power of good storytelling to change minds.
" style="background-image:url('https://thespinoff.scdn5.secure.raxcdn.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/Dr-Jess2-headshot.jpg');"Here at The Spinoff Parents our kaupapa is to love, uplift, care for, and support all parents – but especially mothers, would-be mothers, and all the women who support mothers.