"You'd better hurry up and give your husband a child before he finds someone who will." Wow, then that’s a test of a what crappy husband he is. I hope you’ll use the same instrument to tell me about love that measures “true tiredness”. "Wait until your biological clock kicks in." I believe it kicked in the day my mother gave birth to me. BONUS Huff Po had a related follow-up: “12 Questions Childfree Women Don't Want To Hear” Here’re my answers.
I asked my Twitter followers what kinds of reactions they received and got some expected answers. "You think you don't want children, but once you have them you'll change your mind." Dear god, the sheer broken logic in that assertion makes me wonder how often reason bleeds when travelling through your mind. If he only wants me for my uterus (I mean, if I had one), then he can find a uterus with legs somewhere else - but he'll probably find that none exist when there's a person attached to it. "You don't have children, so you won't understand." You don’t not have children, so you won’t understand. Ukraine women seeking men list their relationship goals in dating profiles, available online 24/7.All beautiful single ladies on Elena's Models speak English or use the free translator on the site.(Though the Huff Po article are directed at women, specifically, I hope you don’t view this as me speaking for or on behalf of women. For deciding what to do with my body parts and my life? Or you are selfishly keeping a magical baby away from someone? Also, just because I meet someone doesn’t make it right. But I don’t want a child - so asking why I am waiting for what I explicitly have stated I don’t want is illogical. Shall I indicate the number of parents who are honest about regretting being parents? This is to do with childfree people, in general, though women appear to receive the harshest due to being nothing but baby-factories, in many people’s eyes.) Here are my responses. "What a bad decision." According to what measure of “bad”? Your scary Nostradamus crystal-ball gazing isn’t a justification. How about all those who can’t afford a child and thus end up regretting the child and make his/her life worse? Also, you might as well declare your love of chocolate, for all the worth this sentiment has on childfree people. You mean why am I not giving into social pressure to pump out endless numbers of babies? " Don’t really care about my genes, as long as they keep me healthy and alive. "Won't your [partner] leave you when [they] find out? " If you wanted my left hand, should I give that too? "Is it because you don't want to pass your genes on to someone else? And it’s not dependent on what my partner wants, but what we both want and can reasonably afford, do, etc., with our lives and current income status.