Mother Tongue #3
Mother Tongue is a biannual magazine that interrogates (and celebrates) modern motherhood through inclusive stories about art, sex, pop culture, politics, food, and a few things in between. It’s not about kids or how to parent them: it’s about the nuanced lives we are living—as mothers, and much more.
In this issue: “Our third issue is officially here, and it’s all about … noses. And birth control (or lack thereof). And 90s soundtracks. And hiding in church bathrooms. And channeling Jason Statham. But it’s also about embracing imperfection and redefining what it means to be present. It’s about bodies (and body politics), mental loads, emotional intelligence, and scream into the ether. It’s about the need for representation, the injustice of motherhood against a backdrop of war, and the importance of saving ourselves-because no one else is coming to do it.”
Houston and Los Angeles, USA; 190 x 240mm; 128 pages