Online dating dont want kids

But just like a formulaic movie plot, they all wanted kids. Age had something do with it: I was in my early 30s. And I would very nicely tell them they were dating the wrong woman, extricate myself, and move on. Two different, otherwise wonderful, handsome, and brilliant men said they "understood" after I opened up about my fears.

These men were in their mid-to-late 30s and early 40s. And then they each promptly sabotaged the birth control that I was very strict about.

I'm really into working out and staying fit, movies, and rock concerts, to name a few of my interests. I realize that CF peoples are far and few between and I'm actually starting to feel a little hopeless, so when I find a community like this, I join right away to at least make new friends and feel like I'm not alone.

My life goals are: Become a Disney Imagineer or the female Neil Gaiman. Travel the world and se the Taj Mahal before I die as well as Scotland and Ireland.

The option of least risk would be to filter my searches to only return profiles of women who are sure they don’t want to be parents.

But, contrary to all the horror stories I'd heard, I had fun.

I met wonderful, interesting men, who showed me parts of New York I hadn't known—all very rom-commy and joyful. However I put my disinterest in children, these men would eventually tell me how much wanted babies (more than one told me how beautiful I would look pregnant). So I took it a step further and explained how terrified I was, physically and mentally, to be pregnant, to care for needy small humans.

I'm not sure if this community is still active, but I built a website that should be useful for childfree singles.

I'm childfree myself and I'm active on a couple of childfree forums.

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