The Childless Revolution
Perseus Pub., 2001 - 190 ページ
Due in part to birth control, later marriages, and the emergence of two-career couples, 42 percent of the American female population is childless, representing the fastest-growing demographic group to emerge in decades. These women are reshaping the definition of womanhood in a fundamental way, yet they are largely misunderstood. Whether childless by choice or by chance, they are alternately pitied and scorned, and are rarely asked directly about their childlessness; like the elephant in the living room, childlessness is a taboo subject.Asking the hard questions, Madelyn Cain uncovers the many reasons for childlessness-some biological, some economic and even political-and explores the ramifications, for both the individual and society. Simultaneously compassionate and journalistically curious, The Childless Revolution is informed by the stories of over 100 childless women, at long last giving voice to their experience and validating the jumble of emotions women feel about being a part of this controversial population. This is the first book to put a face on those women who cannot conceive-or, for reasons as varied as womanhood itself, have chosen not to.
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Review: The Childless Revolution: What It Means To Be Childless Todayユーザー レビュー - Goodreads
I appreciate the work that went into the book, but I agree with some of the other reviews, the author spent too much time on women who wanted children but for some reason were unable to have them, I ...
Review: The Childless Revolution: What It Means To Be Childless Todayユーザー レビュー - Barb - Goodreads
Madelyn Cain, who always wanted to be a mother (and is), couldn't understand why some women choose not to have children, which is what prompted the research and writing of this book. Of the over 100 ... レビュー全文を読む
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The Childless Revolution by Madelyn Cain at Questia Online Library
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The Connection.org : The Childless Revolution
Some people prefer a life away from the squeal of toddlers. They call themselves THINKERS -- two healthy incomes, no kids, early retirement
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The Childless by Choice Project
The Childless by Choice Project began when Laura Scott picked up Madelyn Cain’s book The Childless Revolution back in 2003. Was there really a childless ...
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Madelyn Cain originally wrote The Childless Revolution (Perseus, 2001) to put a face on childless people, who seemed to be overlooked. ...
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To breed or not to breed - Page 2 - Salon.com
"Some women really do love mothering," says Madelyn Cain, author of "The Childless Revolution: What It Means to Be Childless Today. ...
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No Kidding! Nashville
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Pastor Steve Weaver's Blog: December 2005
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