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Three childfree women in three different countries challenge society’s expectations of women as mothers with no-holds-barred conversations and interviews. Hosted by Isabel (Colombia), Kristen (US) and LeNora (Canada).

The Childfree Girls Podcast Childfree Girls

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.7 • 35 Ratings

Three childfree women in three different countries challenge society’s expectations of women as mothers with no-holds-barred conversations and interviews. Hosted by Isabel (Colombia), Kristen (US) and LeNora (Canada).

    Celebrating 3 Years - What Have We Learned?

    Celebrating 3 Years - What Have We Learned?

    The Childfree Girls web series and podcast are celebrating their third year anniversary!

    On this occasion, we decided to take a walk down memory lane and share with you the things that we have learned and how this collaboration has changed us.

    Cheers to many more years of the Childfree Girls!

    • 42 min
    Is Being Childfree a Trend?

    Is Being Childfree a Trend?

    The childfree conversation has certainly picked up in the last few years, and it’s being featured in more media outlets than before. So does this mean that being childfree has suddenly become trendy?

    • 38 min
    We Aren’t Sure What We’re Doing This Episode, But Here It Is?

    We Aren’t Sure What We’re Doing This Episode, But Here It Is?

    We started recording as usual: discussing what we were going to talk about and throwing ideas out there. Except this wasn’t going to end up like any of our previous episodes, but we didn’t know that yet.

    If you have been listening to or watching our podcast, you’ll realize very quickly that we really have no idea what we’re doing in this episode. If this is your first time listening to us, this is not how it usually goes!

    • 26 min
    Responsibility? No, Thanks! Good Thing We’re Childfree!

    Responsibility? No, Thanks! Good Thing We’re Childfree!

    This episode is all about responsibility and why we think so many people equate parenthood with being responsible. The discussion includes our take on the question ”so if you’re not a parent, does that mean you’re not responsible?”

    We share with you what we think ”being responsible” means and if we enjoy being responsible or not.

    • 38 min
    We Didn’t (Don’t) Want to Grow Up, Good Thing We’re Childfree!

    We Didn’t (Don’t) Want to Grow Up, Good Thing We’re Childfree!

    What does ”growing up” mean? And how does it relate to having or not having children?

    These burning questions are at the center of this episode, in which we talk about our personal experiences as well as some of the bingos we’ve heard that relate to this topic.

    • 39 min
    We Don’t Like Sharing, Good Thing We’re Childfree!

    We Don’t Like Sharing, Good Thing We’re Childfree!

    Some of us have been told ”sharing is caring!” or some variation of it since we were kids. But, let’s face it: not all of us enjoy sharing and, sometimes, not sharing is actually caring, too.

    Do you like sharing?
    Did that have any impact on your decision to embrace the childfree lifestyle?
    These are just a couple of questions that the three Childfreee Girls tackle in this episode.

    • 38 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
35 Ratings

35 Ratings

Childress0595 ,

Fantastic

I rarely find podcasts that I truly relate to. I absolutely love this podcast! It gives me a place to hear from people who believe the same as I do, and have chosen to be childfree like myself. 💜

turbodaze ,

A Must DOWNLOAD Podcast!

Fantastic podcast for those that are childfree by choice. Download every episode! Childfree Girls rule!

TK_Cali ,

Not recommended for sexual abuse survivors

I wanted to love this podcast but was rather horrified by their Facebook issues. They posted something about their issues that they don’t like trigger warnings. Okay then, let’s debate. But then someone commented with some really seriously victim blaming and victim mocking stuff including calling it “juvenile thinking.” When that was countered as victim blaming, they deleted the counter comments but not the original insulting post from the person who later devolved in the comments to more aggressive victim insults. I get moderating your page for arguments but then be fair. And be careful whose side you take when there were over 500 victims of Larry Nassar alone, and some of them were suicidal.

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