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Why Women Choose Not to Have Children

As detailed in essays by 16 different writers, both male and female: because they don't want to, and because not wanting to is perfectly reasonable<p>Pope Francis is widely believed to be a cool Pope—a huggable, Upworthyish, meme-ready, self-deprecating leader for a new generation of worshippers. “He …

Pope Francis

'Not all women are maternal'

<b>Reader Report</b><p>This package has been filed to Stuff by one of our readers.<p>It has been checked by our editors before being published.<p>READER REPORT:<p>'I …

Remaining childless can be wise and meaningful. The pope should know

Choosing not to have children is selfish, or so says the pope, who is surely something of an expert on this one, being childless himself. Reminiscing this week about his own upbringing as one of five, he told an audience in St Peter’s Square of his fears for a “greedy generation that doesn’t want …

1960's Fashion - Mod Era

Classroom interior :-)

Say it loud — I’m childfree and I’m proud

In 1969, graduating college senior Stephanie Mills made national headlines with a commencement address exclaiming that, in the face of impending …

we're {not} having a baby!-childfree adventures in a child-centric world

By onApril 25, 2018 in It's a... Blog!, Q&A<p>Those of you who’ve been with us on w{n}hab! for a while might recognize author Kristen Tsetsi. We …

Breast Cancer

Nadine Gordimer: A life in quotes

Censorship is never over for those who have experienced it. It is a brand on the imagination that affects the individual who has suffered it, forever.<p>There is no moral authority like that of sacrifice.<p>Writing is making sense of life. You work your whole life and perhaps you've made sense of one …



Bernard Barton - <i>Instant Love</i>, 1963.