Childless Voices

Childless Voices paints a global portrait of people without children, from the playgrounds of Glasgow to the villages of Bangladesh. Childlessness is explored through religious rites, ancient superstitions and popular science and effects everyone from the worlds most rich and powerful to the enslaved and powerless. This moving and surprising book tackles childlessness from varying perspectives and shares stories from those with greatly opposing views on the matter. Those who long, those who were denied and those who chose not to are given equally opportunity to share their views and touch readers with their tales.

By Lorna Gibb