I laughed when I read this article by Shelly Horton in the Sydney Morning Herald. Outside of the term “Clucky” —which I’ve never heard used before and I assume must be short hand for “mother hen” in Australia— so much of what Horton related about her childfree experience in Australia is what I heard in my interviews for the Childless by Choice Project in North America.It seems whether you are in Seattle or Sydney, you will have people who imagine all kinds of things about your decision to remain childfree—like you just simply decided, over a bowl of mussels and a glass of sauvignon blanc, that you were going to opt out of parenthood.
A helpless newborn baby was found, dropped down a drain along the Sydney motorway, on Sunday. As reported by Inquisitr, the baby was only found after a group cyclists heard his cries and called the Sydney police department. After ga... Read Post
Near Sydney, Australia, a newborn was discovered in a storm drain on Sunday morning. A group of cyclists happened to be riding the path that runs along the M7 motorway. The cyclists heard crying and followed the sound to a 2.5 meter... Read Post
Excellent discussion last Friday on ABC Radio National's morning show Life Matters. You can currently listen to the podcast and read the comments on the show's site. One of the interviewees was journalist Shelly Horton, discussing a... Read Post