Gina Rushton, Dr Natasha Andreadis & Brooke Boney
Moderated by Sana Qadar
Unsure about motherhood? You're not alone.
These days, there's a lot to consider when it comes to reproductive choice. Our panellists share their research and lived experiences about biological clocks, climate anxiety, and the latest in fertility science.
Most women and birthing parents have a lot of choices. Evolving social norms means women don't have to follow a one-way path to motherhood. Either flying solo or coupled, hetero or queer, when it comes to taking control of fertility there's IVF, egg freezing, and more. And the decision to have children only leads to more questions - about careers, relationships, AND the general garbage fire state of the world.
Have a seat with Brooke Boney, who's open about freezing her eggs; journalist Gina Rushton, whose recent book grapples with the decision to have kids, and medical expert Dr Natasha Andreadis who'll provide practical advice on what's available. Don't miss this exploration of the minefield of baby-making in the modern world.
Presented as part of All About Women 2023
Live-broadcast from The Sydney Opera House
This talk is recommended for ages 15+
Duration: approx 45 minutes.
Rental period: 30 days