Sarah Cook lives in Oregon, where she works at the intersection of mental health and housing advocacy. Find her now or soon in places like Bright Lights Film Journal, Oregon Humanities Magazine, Porkbelly Press, and at freelancefeminist.com. She is a fan of Nora Ephron, rocks, and letting bananas ripen a bit longer.
Content by Sarah Cook
How I Got From My Not-baby to Everyone Else
BY Sarah Cook
1. My desire to have a baby and to not have a baby is what makes me feel sorry for Donald Trump. Babies do the best they can, because first, more than any other fact of their identity, all they care about is survival. They learn to survive and then, much later, they learn to […]