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Becoming a parent isn’t always simple and families don’t always have 2.4 children. In a world where we have more choices than ever, society continues to exert the stigma and pressures of less enlightened times when it comes to having children. Margaret Reynolds (The Wild Track), Sophie Beresiner (The Mother Project) and Pragya Agarwal ((M)otherhood) join chair Cathy Rentzenbrink to re-evaluate the traditional notion of what it means to be a family, reflect on their own paths to parenthood and explore the complexities, expectations and unexpected joys of building a family in a non-traditional way.


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The Wild Track The Mother Project
(M)otherhood

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The Inkpot

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