Childfree Woman by Karin Rahbek

How to gain respect and acceptance

Do You Like To Be Identified By Your Childfree Choice?

How do you feel about your childfree identity? Do you embrace it and proudly define yourself as childfree? Would you rather not be identified by your lifestyle? Do you believe the labeling as childfree is a good thing in terms of being socially accepted for who we are? These questions came to me when features writer Anna Davies from the New York Post asked for my thoughts on how “childfree” is an identity that people embrace

Why Tolerance Is Important When You Don’t Understand

We all know how it feels when parents criticize our lifestyle. It is something we have in common. Therefore, it really makes no sense to have the same kind of criticism between divisions of childfree women. If you are like me, my guess is that you also get frustrated by the obscene reactions from women […]

What It’s Like To Be Childfree Working With Mothers

Discrimination in the workplace is a common issue many women without children face. Children seems to be the trump card, which aces everything else. None of the things you might want to do as a childfree woman could possibly be as important as being a parent. If you don’t have children, it’s assumed that you […]