If I have no hope for the planet, why am I so determined to have this baby? | Gemma Carey
I wonder if my child will ever have the innocence I had two months ago, of not having to think about whether the air will kill you
Sitting, nauseous with morning sickness, on a park bench in the bright heat of an unusually hot spring day my partner and I watch children march past us, striking from school:
“What’s the point of an education if we have no future,” their signs say.