What is a Mother? Discuss.
‘So many people I know have been radicalized by motherhood. We've been children of the nineties, come of age in the past decade and felt ourselves pretty close to equal, only to have the façade of equality crumble into nothing when a child enters the home. I'm in Facebook groups where women are, for the first time, seeking out feminist resources hungrily; we swap books in the mail; I definitely began writing, in part, in response to a sense of need, as, I imagine, did you.’
A conversation with Meaghan O’Connell for The Globe and Mail. Read the full conversation here.