I used to think surrogacy was immoral – but then I watched another women give birth to my child http://www.independent.co.uk/voices/comment/watching-another-woman-give-birth-to-my-child-changed-my-mind-about-surrogacy-9657699.html
Caught By The River enthuse about 'This Wonderful Book', The Lost Diary,
The book describes my obsessive questioning of my identity and my compulsive search for an answer: driving across the world in a double-decker bus; watching Jake Gyllenhaal’s face melt into a chubby vagina; sitting in the mansion of Lonely Planet’s founders and imagining them bumming across the patio… Eventually, after stepping back from the iron railings of a snow-swept balcony in east London, I find joy in the insurmountable truth that when it comes to who we are, there are no neat conclusions.
At its core, Pure is about uncertainty and insecurity, and how trying to banish these things in the pursuit of happiness will paradoxically make us unhappy. It’s about finding beauty in greyness, and embracing the unfathomable weirdness of the human mind.
Parents divorce each other, not their children. We can – and must – establish that the end of partnership is not the end of parenthood. Divorce may never be ideal for a child, but we can make it better.
'Sordid and violent'. What could be better?
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