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I am very single and have been for a while, so this is all speculation on my part really, but lately I have been asking myself if later down the line I want kids or not. When I was a teenager I vehemently repeated that I didn't want any, but that was probably a combination of teen angst and, also, a deep knowledge of how having kids for me would mean a very unusual path.

I love kids and babies, so I was wondering what all of you thought of this topic? It's rare that I get to talk about this with lesbians, since my friends are 95% straight and 5% bisexual, so their takes are very different from mine.

I am very single and have been for a while, so this is all speculation on my part really, but lately I have been asking myself if later down the line I want kids or not. When I was a teenager I vehemently repeated that I didn't want any, but that was probably a combination of teen angst and, also, a deep knowledge of how having kids for me would mean a very unusual path. I love kids and babies, so I was wondering what all of you thought of this topic? It's rare that I get to talk about this with lesbians, since my friends are 95% straight and 5% bisexual, so their takes are *very* different from mine.

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Finding a woman who also doesn’t want kids does seem to be more difficult than I thought it would be. I love being childfree, and I hope I can eventually find someone who feels the same.

Growing old with a wonderful woman and a house full of cats is what I want out of life.

Same same, except I want to be one of those lesbian couples that goes out hiking and renting lake houses and treating ourselves to each other.

And possibly having a bird ha

hiking lesbian couples are the best lesbian couples, i think

I agree, like just being able to go anywhere at any time with your babe without having to worry about getting someone to watch your baby is so liberating.

And if you have a dog, you can take the dog with you