One of the little-talked about aspects of feminism is both simple and complex and it has to do with motherhood. Although feminism is, at its core, a pretty common sense movement, which is that all genders are equal and deserve equal rights, there are other nuances to feminism that are a bit harder to break down.
Take motherhood, for example. In theory, we would like to say that of course every woman should have the right to choose if and when she becomes a mother. That would be the only truly fair and equal way to do it, right? Well, yes. But unfortunately, nature hasn’t quite caught up to the future when it comes to fertility.
One writer’s harrowing story of trying to become a mother and why she has “regrets.”