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July 1 2010 Married No Kids Newsletter

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The Ethics of Reproduction
Is ethical or unethical to have children? A bioethics professor explores this question. People are always optimistic that human existence gets better with time - each generation improves on the last. Religion supports this commanding us to "Go forth and multiply."

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Is Living Without Kids Unnatural?
Childfree people - people making reasonable, deliberate decisions to not reproduce - are often accused of living lives that are, somehow, unnatural.

Will the "S Generation" Opt to Have Fewer Kids?
A speaker at one our local college graduations dubbed the students the “S Generation,” S for Sustainability. Unfortunately, no mention was made of the one sustainable practice in which significant change can be made in one generation – choosing to have smaller families - or, no children at all.

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