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Re: thumbs up"Hurray I'm registered!"(use this thread to introduce yourself)
March 18, 2017
welcome sign blackbird

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''...won’t someone please think of the childless?” - Australian Senator David Leyonhjelm
Hi there:

I'm lamaitresse, delighted to find this forum. I really didn't know there were that many men and women who were CF and/or loathed crotch crickets, and smug, self important "mummies"& daddies" as much as me. I have 2 lovely poodle children, Tess and Remy, who I adore and are far more civilized than any loaf I've ever met! I look forward to snarking with you all!
Welcome to the board!
Hi all! I returned to this board after I couldn't recall my old login (didn't post much on it anyhoo). Happy to be back with sane people! Too much breederific crazy in this world...
Hi everybody! After lurking for about three years, I finally decided to join. I'm a 24 year old CF woman who's a part time college student and full time worker in a shitty factory in rural Indiana. I'm surrounded on a daily basis by breeders and their bullshit. Being from a rural area means people see breeding as a hobby, and something everyone "should" do. They think I'm crazy for not wanting to be a broodmare. Needless to say, it's so nice to have found a community of like minded people who won't look at me like I'm fuckin' Beelzebub because I don't like children and don't want them.

I look forward to meeting y'all and maybe making a few friends!
Welcome!
Sensitivemachine, don't you hate your lunch hour there, with all the talk about sports, breeding, kids, the bar, getting drunk, kids sports games? If I didn't need a table to eat lunch from I would not be in our lunch room and I usually leave after "wolfing it down".

If you are a member of a union, do you notice that labor unions are breederific, with all kinds of talk of "wages to support a family on"?
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Sensitivemachine, don't you hate your lunch hour there, with all the talk about sports, breeding, kids, the bar, getting drunk, kids sports games? If I didn't need a table to eat lunch from I would not be in our lunch room and I usually leave after "wolfing it down".

If you are a member of a union, do you notice that labor unions are breederific, with all kinds of talk of "wages to support a family on"?

You know, it's not even the lunch that's bad. I actually consider that my respite because I eat with mostly old people who don't really give a shit about anything. It's *the whole rest of the damn work day*. Lots of moos and grandmoos going on and on about what little Bratlee did and isn't she so smart at seven months old for saying "dada" and blah blah blah. I get to hear about peoples' ugly ass spawn and see pictures of them all day long. Bingos as far as the eye can see. I used to get bingoed quite often, but as I've been there longer, I've kind of stopped caring about politeness and have no problem telling these people that I'm not having kids and never will.

Not a union member, but our company policies are breederific as hell. "Bonding time" for new baybees and lactation rooms and oh my god I can't wait to leave.
You work in a factory that has a lactation room? What does this place make, baby car seats, baby bottles? Is it a Pampers factory? But then I am not surprised, somewhere here I have a thread about a female engineer who complains she cannot breastfeed at a nuclear power plant. What's next, will businesses have to have a room where pregnant women can have babies not in the hospital?
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You work in a factory that has a lactation room? What does this place make, baby car seats, baby bottles? Is it a Pampers factory? But then I am not surprised, somewhere here I have a thread about a female engineer who complains she cannot breastfeed at a nuclear power plant. What's next, will businesses have to have a room where pregnant women can have babies not in the hospital?

It's a medical supplies plant, but some of what we happen to make is IVF instruments, so it's incredibly breedercentric.
Hi y'all. I had an account here long ago, but I have long forgotten it, so here's a new one. I am very shy, thus I tend to just read all the fabulous stories here and keep my comments to myself, but I'm trying to break out of my online shell a bit.

I am a woman who is rapidly approaching the half-century mark. I have been married most of my adult life, and neither of us have ever wanted kids. My tubes are ligated. We are retired, so we can time our outings and travel to be against the norm giving us cheaper and quieter travel/shopping options. All of the family on both of our sides are on the opposite coast from us. Between these last two facts, we have nearly no interaction with children on a daily basis, and it is sweet.

Thanks for letting me lurk all these years, and hopefully I'll sometimes have something useful to contribute - or if not something useful at least something snarky.
Re: thumbs up"Hurray I'm registered!"(use this thread to introduce yourself)
August 16, 2017
Hello! I've lurked around here for quite a while and finally decided to join. I'm a married woman with 3 extremely spoiled cats. I've never wanted kids; when I was young and didn't know exactly where babies come from and thought they were inevitable, I decided that if I had a boy, I'd leave him in the woods for the wolves to eat.

I'm excited to be able to post/bitch about the things that I see and read somewhere that people will understand and agree.
Re: thumbs up"Hurray I'm registered!"(use this thread to introduce yourself)
September 12, 2017
Hello All!

Used to be here years ago under another name, went to the Aimoo site until it closed, back to here under this name and have been dodging breeders in the meantime.

Glad to be back here for the voices of sanity!
Re: thumbs up"Hurray I'm registered!"(use this thread to introduce yourself)
September 12, 2017
Welcome to all!

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I am a woman who is rapidly approaching the half-century mark. I have been married most of my adult life, and neither of us have ever wanted kids. My tubes are ligated. We are retired, so we can time our outings and travel to be against the norm giving us cheaper and quieter travel/shopping options. All of the family on both of our sides are on the opposite coast from us. Between these last two facts, we have nearly no interaction with children on a daily basis, and it is sweet.

I've been around here a long time. Heavy moderation of this page is a must, because before we had it, we had a fair number of screaming Breeder trolls hurling what they thought were insults at us on a regular basis. (Because misery loves company and HOW DARE anyone not subject himself/herself to the misery that is childrun?)

A fair number of these idjits would refer to us as "spoiled 20-somethings" and they ASSumed we are young. Au contraire, we have a fair # of people on this page who are in their 40's and 50's.

I myself am in my mid-50's. I fought hard for my tubal ligation when I was in my 30's. No regrets EVER--in fact if I could go back and hug my younger self I would. I will be retiring in the next couple of years, and I can assure you that my retirement will be equally SWEET. I have a fair number of friends who barely get free from the working world, only to be saddled with the defective womb products from their own kyds. They are guilted into it or their kids are druggies/losers or somebody dies. One friend with a progressive neurological disorder enslaved herself with her own daughter's kyds and worked herself into a nursing home.

Work hard, finally get free, only to be stuck with grand sprogs?

NO FUCKING THANKS.

Anyway welcome aboard and happy ranting.
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