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I might have allowed myself to be swayed otherwise. My first husband and I were married when we were 22 and I was very intent on having a career as a journalist and traveling a lot.
We agreed to delay the decision about children until we were 30.
I honored that decision, as we both agreed that the world did not need another mouth to feed.
That marriage lasted only three years, which only confirmed the wisdom of my decision. My career as a public school teacher and university administrator kept me in touch with the vitality of young people.
Even without that consideration, would we have the energy as we got older to handle a child’s needs? Whatever their reasons—whether they be financial, related to health and lifestyle considerations, or quite simply never feeling the maternal instinct—it is clear that many are still questioned about their decision and are often told that they will change their minds or regret it when they are older. are making the choice to remain childfree—or not making the choice to have children, depending on how you want to look at it.Seven decades of feminist activism have enabled us to challenge many long-accepted limiting roles for women.Crucial to this ongoing 'liberation' from a patriarchal system is control over one's reproductive decisions and increased opportunities to earn one's own living.