At the beginning of January, some interesting ‘not having children’ numbers came out regarding women in their 40s. This Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) table gives a succinct summary: Continue reading “A Global Look at Not Having Children”
If you follow childfree news, you probably know that not only did filmmakers Maxine Trump and Therese Shechter hit their Kickstarter goals to finish their films about the childfree choice, they surpassed them with Stretch goals. This is exciting news in a number of respects. The biggest? I say it’s a sign of a swell toward a true childfree movement. Continue reading “Moving Toward a True Childfree Movement”
The Economist recently published an article titled, “The rise of childlessness.” Full of demographic information, one area I found most interesting involves the charitable childfree and childless. Continue reading “The Charitable Childfree & Childless”
Each year on International Childfree Day (today!), the winners of the Childfree Man and Woman of the Year are announced. Here are this year’s winners and their nomination submissions. Ladies first:
Know an amazing childfree person?
It’s time to nominate him/her for the 2017 Childfree Man/Woman of the Year!
Let the nominations begin for the 2017 Childfree Man and Woman of the Year! The winners will be announced on August 1, International Childfree Day. How did this start? Check it out. Continue reading “Call for Nominations: 2017 Childfree Man and Woman of the Year”
We see a lot of pieces out there with titles including “X number of things” to do/not to do or say/not to say regarding childless and childfree people, but a piece by Helene Tragos Stelian is one of the smartest I have seen in a while. Continue reading “Smart Talk about Conversing with Childless and Childfree Women”
Check out the latest This is Home podcast just up today that talks about the choice to not have children.
I had a great interview with Producer/Co-Host Erica Gerard, and was happy to be part of this podcast!
The mission of the This is Home podcast is to “tell stories that expand the understanding of what family means to be more inclusive and reflective of the kind of families we see and experience every day – in all of their beautiful and messy forms.” This podcast episode speaks to home when it means “families of two“!
The podcast can also be found on itunes. Thank you, This is Home, for discussing this!