Clergy Mummy: moments in May

May Day is one of our nation’s great celebrations of fertility: ritual washing in the dew on the 1st of May to ensure beauty, and young girls dancing around a May Pole, all very phallic! Personally, I have spent three May Days in a very fertile state – being 3, 6 and 7 months pregnant
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A very public pregnancy

If you’ve ever been pregnant, you’ll know what it’s like to be public property. Hands reach out to touch your bump. People want to know when you’re due, whether you know the gender, how you plan to give birth, what names you’ve thought of. Now imagine that interest level r
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