We need stories from older mothers – and from women who don’t want children too
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Monica Cardenas advocates a move away from a culture that tends to see all women of child-bearing age as potential parents, and Claire Flood-Page and another reader write about the experiences of those who have been mothers for longer

Rhiannon Lucy Cosslett’s column on the importance of telling stories of motherhood focused on Rachel Cusk’s A Life’s Work, which Cosslett notes was criticised on publication, mainly by mothers (Writing honestly about motherhood still provokes anger, but we must...

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