Aishwariya Kathiravan, right, is among a growing number of anti-natalists and child-free advocates in India. Photo: HandoutAishwariya Kathiravan, right, is among a growing number of anti-natalists and child-free advocates in India. Photo: Handout
Aishwariya Kathiravan, right, is among a growing number of anti-natalists and child-free advocates in India. Photo: Handout

Why some Indian millennials don’t want to have children

  • There are various reasons, from the pursuit of careers to a rejection of India’s patriarchal values
  • Others believe that human beings should stop procreating to ensure the survival of other species

Topic |   India
Aishwariya Kathiravan, right, is among a growing number of anti-natalists and child-free advocates in India. Photo: HandoutAishwariya Kathiravan, right, is among a growing number of anti-natalists and child-free advocates in India. Photo: Handout
Aishwariya Kathiravan, right, is among a growing number of anti-natalists and child-free advocates in India. Photo: Handout
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