Amy Blackstone

University of Maine and author of “Childfree by Choice”

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Professor of sociology at the University of Maine and author of “Childfree by Choice.”

Amy Blackstone on KCRW

There's one inevitable question for married couples: When are you going to have a baby? If you answer "never," people start raising their eyebrows.

Choosing to be childfree, and respecting family choices

There's one inevitable question for married couples: When are you going to have a baby? If you answer "never," people start raising their eyebrows.

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