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Being child-free has been deemed 'selfish' for decades – the history of this misconception explained

By Aude Campmas, Lecturer in French Studies, University of Southampton
Choosing to be child-free is more common than ever before in some countries, including the US. Many people see not having children an ethical and ecological choice, made to protect the environment, people and other species. Being child-free is about being “green”. Consequently, more positive discourses around…The Conversation

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