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Women Without Kids

Ruby Warrington
PhilosophyParentingKids & FamilySociety & Culture

Women Without Kids is a special podcast series created from research interviews for my book of the same title, which will be published in spring 2023. The conversations here are with the authors, philosophers, healers, activists, anthropologists, and social scientists, whose work has helped me make sense of everything it means to be a "woman without kids" today—whatever our reasons for this.


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Latest Episodes

Stay tuned for a new format and more impactful conversations in Women Without Kids: Season 2!

3 months ago

Therapist and author Kelly McDaniel on the links between non-motherhood and what she calls "mother hunger." In the episode we discuss: more

6 months ago

Rethinking aging as women without kids, with TV host and menopause activist, Stacy London. In the episode we discuss: more

7 months ago


4.8 out of 5 stars from 61 ratings
  • Voice of the undervalued misunderstood minorities

    I have been listening to Ruby’s podcast since the very first day it released and it’s always a big highlight of my week. I’ve really enjoyed listening to her and all the incredible guests’ journeys towards their childfree lives and applaud them all for the contributions they’re making to the world particularly the childfree community to increase awareness, visibility and to empower people with the tools to guide them to make the right choice towards parenthood or otherwise. Ruby’s interview ques... more

    Apple Podcasts
    Australia2 months ago
  • Host talks over guest too much

    This is a therapy session for the host specifically and not very useful for listeners. more

    Apple Podcasts
    Canada3 months ago
  • Enlightening and validating!

    Loving all the episodes I have listened to so far. They have provided me with so much insight into the subject of not having children, a group of which I am a member, and have made me feel so much less alone in my thoughts/views on the subject. Unless you know people in a similar situation, I have found nobody really wants to talk much about why people do not have children, their decision-making, feelings on the subject etc. as it has been a taboo subject. Plus I have felt very judged (not posit... more

    Apple Podcasts
    United Kingdom5 months ago
  • Women without kids (but on the fence?)

    I’m really conflicted with this podcast. I appreciate the thoughtful interviews, but the most recent episode with the woman who had permanent sterilization was strange. Ruby was discussing workaround plans for the woman “in case she changed her mind”…!!! As young childfree women, we get enough of this unwarranted feedback in the world, and we don’t need to ingest more media saying so. Also several of the episodes feel like Ruby is looking to be validated in her choice not to have kids. As a 32 ... more

    Apple Podcasts
    United States8 months ago
  • The podcast/book I didn’t know I needed

    Ruby’s work is always ahead of her time. First with creating the term *sober curious* and now leading a nuanced conversation about women without kids. Check out this podcast and definitely order her book(s)!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States9 months ago

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