Kid Me Not- Reading & Signing
Kid Me Not is an anthology of stories by women of the sixties who now are in their sixties. They share personal stories of how, by choice or circumstance, they remained child free. Their young lives were touched by a social revolution involving the Vietnam war, draft, sex, drugs, and rock and roll. They were the first generation to have a real option to not have children, thanks to the advent of effective birth control. The Baby Boomers reflect on how this freedom affected them and how, today, they are changing the culture by reinventing themselves and staying young at heart.
KID ME NOT edited by Aralyn Hughes with a forward written by Elizabeth Gilbert EAT, PRAY, LOVE.