“Meghan Markle is pregnant with Prince Harry’s first child” is just the start.
The ethical problems relating to older motherhood are routinely cast aside when it comes to men. After all, we are told, that’s the way it’s always been
Surrogacy can be a joyful act of generosity – but there is a need to understand the risks to the most vulnerable women once we start to think of wombs as rentable spaces
It is all very well to grant women permission to combine motherhood and career success, but until we both recognise and compensate for the work of parenting, this is rather like giving someone permission to own a yacht
Gone are the days when, as with Anne Boleyn, a woman’s failure to produce the right sort of heir could become her death warrant. Still, as long as power is transmitted down the bloodline, a royal woman’s womb is public property.
Telling women to change their lifestyles for the sake of others who may never exist seems ludicrously backwards
Labour MP Tulip Siddiq’s reminder that labour hurts was not interpreted positively.
It's an unhappy coincidence that the announcement of a third royal baby comes in the same year the Government deems third babies a luxury not every family has earned
Some "men's rights activists" hope that technology will make women obsolete.