Wednesday, February 26, 2014
Prof. Susan Apel of Vermont Law School, who has guest blogged on this site, has penned a poignant narrative. Part of it reads:
I have been waiting some time to comment on my choice to be childless. Threats of the draft and leaving for Canada are relics of the Vietnam War era of over 40 years ago. That makes me a woman of a certain age and on the cusp of retirement.
It seems appropriate to comment on my life choices at this point because I have lived with those choices for some decades. It situates me, with some authority that only years can bestow, to weigh in on the question of choosing, or not choosing, motherhood.
The rest can be read here.