The Child Free Zone
Save The World. Stop Having Kids!

“The Child Free Zone”

Childfree advocates and social network for childfree people.
Dedicated to finding ways for businesses to have the right to serve adults only.

Some businesses are entirely inappropriate for children.  Casinos, taverns, bars, liquor stores, tattoo parlors, smoke shops, marijuana shops and festivals, sex shops, etc. yet parents are bringing their children into these businesses.  In my opinion these businesses should be allowed if not required to have a “Child Free Zone” notice on the front door.

The end result of this is we Childfree don’t go out to public places as often, if at all.  We the people with the most disposable income are not spending our money.  Families who live on a tight budget are going out and buying the cheapest products on available and running off the Childfree customers.

This website is dedicated to finding ways for businesses to have the right to serve the clientele they desire.  If a business wants to have children that should be their choice.  If a business does not want to have children that also should be their choice. The key word here is “Freedom”.

Businesses should have the freedom to choose.  Customers should have the freedom to choose to do business with a restaurant, bar, theater or any other place that will provide a Childfree environment.  If you agree with this rational, modern, and well-informed outlook, please feel free to join in on the discussion.

Vern Southern

What’s it to you if some people don’t have kids?

World Childless Week was created by a British woman, Stephanie Phillips, as a way of highlighting the experiences of people who are unable to have children. Not to be confused with those who are childless by choice – the “child-free”, as some say.

Seemingly worlds apart, they share a vexed similarity. Of course, most people each group encounters are probably just interested and kind. Less helpfully, the childless can sometimes find themselves tormented by invasive, agonizing questions, while the child-free can end up being ruthlessly interrogated about the “strange” decision they’ve made.

Read More Here: Guardian News

I Chose Not to Have Kids. Here’s How I Made My Decision

Two years ago I was lounging on a raft on a lake with one of my best friends, Sara. She handed me a fresh beer and asked if I wanted to have kids. I took a swig and said, “Only if we plan to get pregnant at the exact same time.” We giggled at the absurd idea. Within a year, she popped out twins, and I made the decision not to have any babies. Yes, ever.

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