I guess my question would be: If you have kids and someone says they want "childfree" partners, why go on? I mean, it would seem there are plenty of people who are childfree but ok with kids or who also have kids. Nevertheless, it really shouldn't matter - People like what they like - we all have needs, wants, qualifiers, etc. Better to get the big issues (like kids) out of the way so both parties can move on.

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Writer and policy advocate living in Nashville, TN —Public Policy Ph.D. — writes on education policy, consumer affairs, and more . . .

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Andy Spears

Andy Spears

Writer and policy advocate living in Nashville, TN —Public Policy Ph.D. — writes on education policy, consumer affairs, and more . . .