Lisa Hymas’ piece on rhrealitycheck.org hits the nail on the head: When it comes to the “impact of humanity on the environment,” it’s not the people in poor or developing countries who have “more kids than they can feed,” or even immigrants who come here with big families, it’s white, middle class (and higher) Americans we need to focus on. The problem: Continue reading “Realities of Environmental Reasons Not to Have Children”
In addition to meeting Orna Donath as part of being interviewed on Israel’s only online childfree forum, “Women Who Don’t Want Children,” I met Anat, a delightful Israeli woman who has monitored this forum for the last five years.
I just had to ask her for some inside scoop on this forum and members’ take on being childfree in Israel. Continue reading “Childfree International: Inside the Only Online Childfree Discussion Forum in Israel”
I recently had the pleasure of being asked to be a guest on the childfree online forum in Israel called, “Women Who Don’t Want Children.” As part of this experience, I had the opportunity to meet Orna Donath, an author of a recently released book, Making a Choice: Being Childfree in Israel. I interviewed her about her book and being childfree in Israel. Continue reading “Being Childfree in Israel: An Interview With Israeli Author Orna Donath”
The world population is expected to reach 7 billion later this year. While lots of experts disagree about whether we have surpassed the point of being able to sustain the ever growing population, there are others who are more concerned about population decrease. How can that be? Check out the analysis by Harvard professor Robert Barro and others. He predicts a “grim future” for much of continental Europe because … Continue reading “Realities of the Childfree Cultural Shift in the EU”