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I have to take a shit; or, the day I became a dad.

She lay in my lap, every inch of her 5-foot frame tensed. You have to keep pushing, I said. You have to get him out now, she said. 1,001 more words


They became heterosexual (wip)

The canopy of vegetation that was the original birthplace of man looms out over Earth’s forests, as the vast and ethereal realm of Eden.   It still existed during that time in the lower heavens, and was the holy place inhabited by the sons and daughters of Lucifer.  92 more words


Book Review: Ina May Gaskin's Guide to Childbirth

First let me start by saying that this book is INCREDIBLE! If you’re pregnant, a doula, or just interested in childbirth this is the book to have! 562 more words


Life’s Beauty Comprehended 

I see shadows of sensual, raging or timid beauty

within varying shades of light: orange, gray, fierce white,  sunset,

sunrise, darkening ice, night sky, moving stars, 67 more words

Agree or Disagree: Removing Gender from Birth Certificates

A group of nine activists, including the The Trans Alliance Society, have filed a human rights complaint with the B.C. Human Rights Tribunal.

They are requesting that remove gender from birth certificates. 201 more words


She's Here! SHE! (translation: Adam is about to cut up my credit card)

We came home today with this big ball of munch. Halligan Rose was born on May 23 via c-section, and it was the most incredible and healing experience; beyond anything I ever hoped for. 154 more words