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Lecture, “Choosing a Child-Free Life” with Nicole Hardy

Thursday, April 05, 2018, 7:00 PM - 8:30 PM | Export event

Location: Room 130, Noble Hall
Cost: Free
Coordinator: Life-Long Learning Series
Contact: Mitch Davis, davis_m@fortlewis.edu

Writer Nicole Hardy will read from her 2013 memoir “Confessions of a Latter- day Virgin” and discuss her experience of not wanting to have children. Recognizing that we all live in a belief system which asserts that every woman is – inherently, and by design – a mother, Hardy will question that system and those beliefs. Discussing a child-free life, a term that didn’t exist until very recently, she will examine religious, societal, political, and cultural expectations.

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