In Issue 5 of Mother Tongue we talk about The End—of marriage, of life, of the world as we know it. We get nostalgic about the sublime weirdness of Anne Geddes and make a list of virgin births (besides the obvious). We navigate the unchartered territory of embryo adoption and find meaning in fermented fruit.
Mother Tongue is an in-print magazine that interrogates and celebrates modern motherhood through diverse and inclusive stories about art, sex, pop culture, politics, food and a few things in between. The magazine is edited by co-founders Melissa Goldstein and Natalia Rachlin.