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1. Women Who Don’t Want Children
OK, so what’s “wrong” with us? Isn’t the desire to have children natural? NOT FOR EVERYONE!
2. Men Without Kids Face Social Pressures Too.
Iï¿½ve had several requests from men asking for commentary about living childfree, or childless, from a male point-of-view. Women seem to bear the brunt of criticism and pressure in this kid-centric society and I was curious about what sorts of social pressures men are subjected to on a daily basis
3. My Top Five Annoying Childfree Questions
What do you do with your time? What will you do with your time when you get old? Who will remember you after you die? Don't you feel you missed out on life's most important experience? Don't you get bored without someone (kids, grand kids, great grand kids) to worry about?
4. Are Childfree Communities Havens?
As more adults grow into old age without children with grandchildren, trend-seeking real estate developers are offering childfree housing alternatives. Are age-restricted, child-free communities really havens?
5. Child Free Housing
Should you have the right to live in the kind of community you choose?
6. Meeting Childfree Couples and Singles
The question that comes my way most often on this site is; "Where can I meet other childfree people?" It can be difficult to meet up with other couples and singles that don't have kids, especially when living in a rural area or small town.
7. Witty Child Free Comebacks!
What zingers do you regularly use when people ask the dreaded question..."So, when are you two going to start having kids?"
8. Child Free Women and Breast Cancer
There are some health risks involved when you choose not to have children. Knowing what they are can help save your life.
9. If You Can’t Decide, Don’t Have Kids
Indecision is a sure sign you aren’t ready to have children.
10. Be a Cool Aunt or Uncle Instead
My role in life is to spoil other people’s children – not have any of my own!
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