Author Archives: isaywhattheywont

Greetings From Another Blogging Universe

Well, it’s been a while since I’ve posted here. A LONG while! My original intent in creating this blog was as an adjunct space to my main antinatalism blog over at (or, if you prefer). I also thought I might shift the emphasis a bit over here, trying to focus a bit more […]

Happily Childfree Good link!

Beats the Hell out of Having to Write this Stuff Myself!

I’m Back!

Just a little note to let everyone know I’ve returned to bloggerland, though I’m still busy with ‘the project’. Stay tuned! Oh, and if anybody needs a fix of my special brand of bloggertainment, here’s my profile over at blogspot. Enjoy!


      See you in 2009, Fate willing!


Found a nice piece here… Good parenting 2008-08-23 It’s a little weird to give birth to children with the intention of keeping things from them. Lollipops, scissors, privacy, freedom, an uncensored Internet connection. I’m not interested in whether these are good or bad for kids. What matters is that they are deprived of these things. […]

Real Concerns for Christians Concerning Children

I came along this blog discussing David Benatar’s book, ‘Better Never to Have Been… I’d like to highlight two comments…   “If one is born but not saved, then yes, it’s better not to have been born. I will have no children, as I cannot live with the idea that my child might suffer […]

A Heartfelt Rant From An Anonymous Mother (Phew!)

I think I regret having my children I have no escape I am a prisoner in my own home I have no way fing solitude I am trapped. I secretly wish that someone would deam me unfit as a parent and take them I hate myself for this. I would never hurt them but I […]

Having Kids Can Be A Big Mistake

No Kids Site Kim Kenney BellaOnline’s Married No Kids Editor Some Parents Regret Having Kids Isn’t it interesting how often we hear that we’ll regret not having kids someday, and yet no one ever tells an expecting mom that she might regret her decision? Regretting parenthood is taboo in our society, and few people are […]

One From the Grandfather of Antinatalism

If children were brought into the world by an act of pure reason alone, would the human race continue to exist? Would not a man rather have so much sympathy with the coming generation as to spare it the burden of existence? or at any rate not take it upon himself to impose that burden […]