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Millennials and members of Gen Z have seen a lot of disruptions to their lives, making them more financially cautious and more committed to their jobs.
A New Zealand researcher is pleading with residents to have more children, citing the harm that childlessness has on economic health and growth.
With everyone locked up in their homes thanks to the coronavirus lockdowns, a baby boom or baby blip is a possibility for countries around the world.
The Trad Wife movement has drawn the ire of feminists. Shouldn't we allow women to stay in the home if its what makes them happy?
Is the best life a life with the least stresses, the freedom to do anything, and no-one around to have to compromise with; a life in which you can experience as much pleasure as possible?
The world is waking up to the problem of low fertility rates, as the demographics of America shift dramatically towards the elderly and towards immigrants.
What does the closing of a major retailer of maternity clothes indicate about our demographics?
Society will pay if we don't value parents; should we start now?
Evidence suggests it is not simply a question of rising costs.
In our concern for endemic loneliness, let's remember middle-aged men.
Natural fertility takes over the App Store.
It's common sense really.
Could children come before tertiary education?
Children make it difficult to have a perfectly clean and ordered house. There is nothing wrong with a little dust and chaos.
Given there are many incentives to work outside the home, are mothers who choose to care for their children themselves now being discriminated against?
U.S. population growth is at an 80 year low.
Before we complain about how much children cost, shouldn't we examine how many unnecessary things we have?
My how things have changed...
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