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H er comments have drawn criticism, with social media users accusing her of having a 'narrow' world view and questioning whether she thinks those who are unable to have children - or choose not to - are not "real women". 

Getting pregnant made everything clear.
When I was 27, I got pregnant with a guy I was dating. I wasn't far along, but I could already feel my body changing. My gums were swollen and bled. My breasts were tender. The guy I was seeing said he would support whatever decision I made, and my mother and sister were just as supportive. It was entirely my decision. On the third day after taking the test, as I woke up to grab my Gatorade (which was the only thing I could stomach) it hit me: I don't want a child. I don't want the pregnancy experience. I don't even like to hold babies, much less give birth to one. Before I got pregnant, I would say I was 98 percent sure I didn't want kids. When people would ask me, I'd say no -- but always follow that up with "you never know, maybe one day." In that moment, however, it was like, no. Just, no . -- Callie, 33, South Carolina

"Is it a chat room? Is it watching porn? Is it staying secretly active on your dating app? Is it a massage with a happy ending? Is it a parallel life? A deep love affair?" Perel says.


Childfree dating app

Childfree dating app