So When Are You Having Kids: The Definitive Guide for Those Who Aren’t Sure If, When, or How They Want to Become Parents
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So When Are You Having Kids: The Definitive Guide for Those Who Aren’t Sure If, When, or How They Want to Become Parents

9781683649250

By (author) Jordan Davidson
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The first family planning book geared toward the millennial and Gen Z generations, offering an inclusive guidebook for women, men, gender-nonconforming people, same-sex couples, and more.

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Dimensions: 23.3 x 15.4 x 0 cm

Book Type: Hardback

Pages: 368

Publishing Date: 20230116

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I wish I learned that in high school' often feels like the rallying cry of the millennial generation. When it comes to reproductive health, fertility, and cultural bias about pregnancy, there are even more questions than answers. And yet everyone can't stop asking: 'When are you having kids?' It's not that young people don't want kids (although some don’t!), there are just a lot of concerns no one has been able to address - at least not easily, or all in one place. There's currently no family planning books that are geared toward the millennial and Gen Z audience, and existing books about parenthood make the assumption that the reader's desire is to have kids and are centred around cisgendered women. Enter So When Are You Having Kids. This book tackles everything from familial and societal pressure to have children, infertility and alternative methods of becoming a parent, financial costs of having and raising kids, and the ethics of doing so in the age of climate change. So, When Are You Having Kids is not your parents’ parenting book, nor is it a 'how-to' for getting pregnant. It's a non-judgmental, inclusive guidebook for women, men, same-sex couples, prospective single parents, and gender-nonconforming people who want to make an educated and informed decision regarding if and how they bring children into the world. It's full of the experiences of marginalised groups, with specific chapters addressing their unique needs.

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