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Childlessness- A Curse Of Making A Choice?

Shruti
Written by Shruti

In an era of boom and kudos to the female population, lies the land of taboo! Amongst many others is childlessness!

women across the globe are being trolled for everything. Her choices from period-shaming to the lifestyle adopted – everything is on the stand!

It can be a mere choice to wear comfort friendly clothes or it can be self-concerned decisions of bearing children. Women’s rights are always judged by anyone and everyone!

Our careers are more demanding. The strength of money determines your existing present. So, should we treat childlessness a curse or a boon?

Where children bring in ocean of joys and enough of warmth to give it a try; should women have a freedom to raise a child in the times of economic crisis of hers?  Should we give her a right to secure her future instead of making provisions for the next generation?

Where this subject is a two faced scenario of thoughts, here is one line of thought presented by TEDx Talks with Vicki McLeod voicing a notion of being oneself while living on own terms.

Watch this perfect talk revolving around the ground reality of being a woman.

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About the author

Shruti

Shruti

Relationship blogger
'Quiet at the beginning, talkative till the end !'
A full time Chartered Accountant by destiny and a part time Thoughtful Writer by soul, I am debuting as a creative blogger to associate with the power-packed women oriented social club 'Femme Fiesta' as a Relationship Blogger to elaborately cover each niche and segment of the extensive relationships of ours!
Stay tuned for a fantastic 'Funky Girls' series every Monday for loads of innovative ideas, quirky activities and DIYs to rekindle and rebuild our relationship sphere!
[PS: Ladies, that includes a empowered relationship with yourself too..!]

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