Should you be judged for not having kids?

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Time Magazine coverTime Magazine’s most recent cover, ‘The Childfree Life,’ has prompted a conversation on social media and popular blogs about how society treats women who decide not to have children.

In response to the article, Huffington Post’s Margaret Wheeler Johnson, commended Time for the article.

In “… a culture that has for years accepted parenthood as synonymous with adulthood, especially for women, and cast the childfree as somehow deficient, the piece is long overdue,” Johnson writes in her post, The Childfree Are All Right – Yes, Someone Needed to Say It.

However, some are criticizing Time for ‘sending the wrong message.’

Do you think women and/or couples are judged for deciding not to have children?  Do you think the magazine is sending the wrong message? This is our topic of the day!

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