This is where I am today! If you are as well, or if you are at one of the 600+ marches around the world, please comment and let us know where you are!
The 2016 Childfree Man of the Year is a busy guy! At last, the folks at International Childfree Day recently did this Q&A with him: Continue reading “Learn More about Vincent Ciaccio, 2016 Childfree Man of the Year”
Some new numbers from a Pew Research Center (PRC) FactTank article got me pondering. It states that “Millennial women (those born from 1981 to 1997) accounted for about eight-in-ten (82%) U.S. births in 2015.” Now that is a high percentage. Continue reading “Millennials & Wanting/Having Kids: Discussing the Numbers”
an Amazing 2017!
At the beginning of 2016, I took stock of 40+ years of talking about the childfree choice. As we near the end of this year, I’d like to do the same just for this past year, and this time widen the discussion a bit. What positive trends have we seen this past year? Here are six: Continue reading “Looking Back: Positive Childfree Trends in 2016”
At this time of year, people without children by choice can come up against inaccurate assumptions others make about them. Many people can assume that this growing segment of the population tends not to celebrate Christmas because they don’t have kids. Continue reading “Assumptions about the Childfree and Christmas”
I recently asked Nina Steele, who is from West Africa, now lives in the UK, and runs nonparents.com, to write about her experience of what people think of childfree women in these two countries. Here is what Nina wrote: Continue reading “The Most Common Perceptions of Childfree Women in Africa and the UK”
I recently had the opportunity to talk about The Baby Matrix with Catherine Savini and Beverly Army Williams of MotherShould?, a site for those who are or have been on the fence about motherhood. Check out the interview: Continue reading “Talking Pronatalism & The Baby Matrix on MotherShould?”
Nina Steele, who runs nonparents.com, recently asked me to do a featured post on her site about The Baby Matrix. Read it here as well:
Discussing pronatalism as well as the childfree choice involves the busting of myths. What else has myths that surround it? The upcoming Thanksgiving holiday. Check it out: Continue reading “Busting Myths: This Time – Thanksgiving Myths”