Aug 29th, 2017
In the 1970s, one in ten American women were childfree. Today, that number is one in five here in the US... and one in four in Italy. Is remaining childfree still considered a radical act? What are the drawbacks - or benefits - of the decision to not reproduce? And how do you respond to those who deride your choices?
Join cohosts/cohorts Gina B. and Jen Lancaster as they discuss eveything that's right - and potentially wrong - with opting out of the family plan.
(Spoiler alert: most of the childfree remain child-friendly. Except possibly on airplanes.)