My book, Complete without Kids: An Insider’s Guide to Childfree Living by Choice or by Chance, features a number of interviews with folks who are childfree. Most of us without kids have a story to tell about being discriminated against. I recall a young woman patient who worked in a deli and was unable to get Halloween night off to go to a party because the parent employees were given it so that they could go trick or treating with their children. I also was approached by a university professor who complained that the parent colleagues in his department were given first choice of teaching schedules each semester. He was planning to seek legal advice on the matter, because his less formal complaints had been ignored. I’d love to hear others’ stories on this topic.