Musings on the Childfree Lifestyle and our Child-Centric Society
WOW. I should bookmark this! Have you seen this?http://bitchrage.livejournal.com/1579.htmlIt's completely inappropriate! But SOOOO hilarious. You will laughed. I laughed so hard, myself. I can't tell but I think the poster is a woman...
I love the shoot-from-the-hip honesty :)"Not being able to soothe a screaming baby in a backward facing seat because you are concentrating on not wrapping your car around a tree, but at that moment it sounds like a fine way to put you out of your misery."^^^ If I wasn't already staunchly CF this might be the fence-buster here.
By the way, the 'Confessions' portion of that website is another slab of honesty. It's kind of addictive. I'm reading all of these confessions and feeling haughtily smug with my life.
@Jess - Holy shitballs the confessions are freaking unbelievable.From the chicks who married just to have a baby and now are unhappy to the one who hadn't showered in a week because she's too exhausted from the kids to take one, the sexually frustrated and the useless husbands and to the one who's kid pooped and got it on the carpet then she screamed at and put in her room humiliated, yikes.Thank goodness these tubes of mine are hermitically sealed for life. :)
Did you hear about psychology's declaration of war against childfreedom? http://psychcentral.com/news/2010/08/23/updated-maslows-pyramid-of-needs/17144.html
Regarding Francois's link:I definitely liked the old pyramid better. I find it really hard to believe that anyone who has become a parent has achieved the be-all end-all of humanity. It seems too much like they're trying to conform to the popular opinion of the "Five Steps to Success" (college, career, marriage, house, babies)in order to attract more readers. It's interesting that when you add "parenting" "self-actualization" disappears :-).
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