A web site by, for, and about cesarean born people
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Writings and artwork by cesarean born people, both non-labor and labor, by parents of cesareans, by several artists, by obstetricians, psychiatrists and psychologists, and by other interested people.
Network with others who are interested in the personal, social and metaphysical implications of being born cesarean, and add your own thoughts and images to this collection.
The creator of this website is Jane English who has since 1973 been exploring the implications of having been born non-labor cesarean, of coming into a human life here on earth without going through the heretofore universal initiation and learning experience of the journey down the birth canal.
The current keeper of the website is Carrie Contey, PhD, a non-labor ceserean born prenatal and perinatal psychologist with a personal and professional passion for the subject of what it means physically, emotionally and spiritually to come into the world this way. Please address any questions or comments to her. Her email address is email@example.com.
New Book -- Jane and Carrie are working on an edited book of stories about being born cesarean, with an emphasis on non-labor cesarean. It will be titled Cesarean Voices and will contain much of the information on this website. If you would like to share your stories from any perspective of the cesarean journey - personal experience, parent of a children born that way, birth practitioner, psychologist/counselor, etc. please contact Carrie at firstname.lastname@example.org.