The Childless and Godless


The Childless and Godless

This is a group to discuss the joy of being childless! I am amazed at the number of atheists I have met over the past few years that are childless by choice, here is a place to discuss stories and experiences!

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Comment by dr kellie on January 26, 2012 at 4:38pm

Well, I have something to bitch about, so I'm going to start a discussion.  Feel free to bitch.

Comment by TNT666 on January 26, 2012 at 4:28pm

Sometimes I wonder whether it's worth having groups at all. We end up all scattered about the web, specially unpopular topics like this. I think we do need some speciality groups, but IME, it's more action to post on general boards... since between ourselves, we're just preaching to the choir ;)

Comment by sk8eycat on January 6, 2012 at 4:23pm

At least one estaurant has the right idea:

Comment by TNT666 on December 17, 2011 at 5:10pm

Pause. Go into horizontal thinking mode. This article on deals with the evolutionary relationship between 'cooperation' and 'non-reproduction', within a society of ... amoebas. This in the context of many cells of multicellular organisms do not reproduce... making the multicellular organism (society) the result of cooperation between non reproducing members.

Now consider us modern humans, living in mass societies way beyond our genetic evolution, surviving such dense living arrangements through sheer imposition of imposed niceties... such as medicine, social programs, education, democracy... and how large percentages of us should not be reproducing.

In fact, all (I think) mass society organisms only have a small percentage of their members reproducing.

Is this what we are coming to? Maybe our best likelihood of desirable lifestyle choice should be amoebas!

Ok, I know it's a stretch, but it's a fun brain tease. :)

Comment by Regina Goodwin on December 7, 2011 at 2:41pm

She thought I was not paying attention or that I was totally dumb and stupid. 

She'll think twice before she pulls that sh!t again.

There are more gun dealers per square mile than bars.

Comment by sk8eycat on December 7, 2011 at 11:58am

@ Regina Goodwin *applause!*  *cheers!* *More applause!*

Comment by Prog Rock Girl on December 7, 2011 at 11:12am

She said that the State of Colorado would benefit from receiving her pension and car when she enters a assisted living home.

How is that supposed to be a compelling argument? "We'll benefit from stealing your mom's/your stuff"!

Comment by Regina Goodwin on December 7, 2011 at 9:06am

When my mother was diagnosed with terminal cancer.  A visiting nurse came by trying to force my mother into a nursing home.  That woman wished she had never showed up.

I told that bed wench that I was capable of taking care of my mother and she went on to say, well, you are a young woman and you should not be taking care of her.  She went on to say that my mother was totally helpless and need constant care.

I noticed a crucifix around her neck, so I played her and her religion in the end of her visit.

She said that the State of Colorado would benefit from receiving her pension and car when she enters a assisted living home.  I told her, what she just said is total bullsh!t.  I told her when the money ran out at the overpriced assistant living center, the state of Colorado would perform legal euthanasia by putting her in a nursing home and that would only occur over your dead body. I said, my mother is not going into a assisted living home or a nursing home and you can tell Governor Bill Owens that he can kiss my arse.

She tried to justify her visit with her crap and I told her the following words.

There are three gun dealers that live across the alley, don't have me either do one of two things.

  • Call them and invite them over and bring their guns
  • Jump over their fence and invite them over and have them bring their guns

By that time, my mother got up to make her some bacon and eggs.

I asked her if she was a xtian and she said yes, and I asked her about the 5th commandment and she asked what was it.

I said, honor thy mother and they father.

Too bad, either no one taught you or you never bothered to learn.


She skipped the steps leaving my house.

Comment by TNT666 on December 6, 2011 at 4:20pm

My nearby-living three aunts/uncles sent my paternal grandparents to a home for the last 3 years of their lives. They'd been autonomous up until that point. Their family get-togethers were also the best of times from my youth. My maternal grandmother stayed in her apartment til the end. We three siblings have discussed mother, she'll be going to a 'home', there is no choice, all three are living in apartments, not houses. We were never close though.

Comment by Kosak Grabovsky on December 6, 2011 at 12:16pm

I loved that I had access to my grandparents. Dinners at my maternal grandparents were some of the best times of my childhood and teenage years. Though that was mostly because of the ever changing nature of my home situation, it was nice to have some consistency. And my paternal grandparents were only a few hours away, though in the mountains so we had access to fun in the snow every winter. 

I would never consider sending my parents away from my kids(not that im going to have any), and into a home.


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