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What Thanksgiving and Being Childfree Have in Common

What Thanksgiving and Being Childfree Have in Common

I like to bring this post back around at Thanksgiving time. What do Thanksgiving and being childfree have in common? Myths. Like the myths out there about the childfree, there sure are some myths about Thanksgiving . Check it out: Read more…

Tagged: #childfree #cultural issues #religion

Intelligent Disobedience: Doing Right When What You’re Told To Do is Wrong

Intelligent Disobedience: Doing Right When What You’re Told To Do is Wrong

True or false: “Two-thirds of us would obey under certain circumstances even when we thought doing so was causing harm to others.” True. According to leadership expert Ira Chaleff, well-documented evidence around for more than fifty years now supports this phenomenon.… Read more

Tagged: #behavioral psychology #book reviews #cultural issues #culture #nonfiction #social issues #social science

Update on the Work of Israeli Scholar and Author, Orna Donath

Update on the Work of Israeli Scholar and Author, Orna Donath

I recently heard from Orna Donath, an Israeli scholar and author I interviewed awhile back on the childfree in Israel. She has two new published articles about motherhood and regret in Israel based on her Ph.D. work. Check them out and my interview with her here:… Read more

Tagged: #childfree men #childfree women #childless by choice men #cultural issues #global childfree issues #pronatalism #research on women #women's issues

What the Childfree Like Most and Least About the Christmas Holiday

What the Childfree Like Most and Least About the Christmas Holiday

On my blog, La Vie Childfree for awhile I did a monthly “Childfree On-the-Ground” question. At the beginning of the month, I asked a question, collected people’s responses over the course of the month, and then reported back on what people said at the end of the month.  … Read more

Tagged: #childfree #childfree lifestyle #consumerism #consumption #cultural issues #culture #pressure to have children