Planned UnParenthood is a refreshing look at life without having children. It gives a voice to those without children who may be afraid to say what they really want to say.
It gives validity and... More > understanding to those who are always explaining why they have made this lifestyle choice. It also gives parents some insight and thought into the attitudes they may have towards their friends and family who live life as non-parents.
It takes a hard look at the reality of a society that rewards parents automatically, while sometimes by default punishing those without children.
This book will explain why creating life does not necessarily have to be the main purpose of living.
It affirms that not having children is in fact an option, and is a choice worthy of respect.< Less
In his first (and in theory, possibly last) collection of short fiction, William (Dann) Alexander shares a variety of insightful satire and sharp-witted storytelling on everything ranging from the... More > science of salads, a one-act play written for Amish Theater and a tale about a legendary small town Nova Scotia men’s hockey team. Throwing Dice is sure to offer you entertainment, or at the very least something to set your drink on!< Less