This study by Volsche (Boise State Univ.) focuses on the growing numbers of American young adults, both heterosexual and homosexual, who have resolved to remain child-free. The author, a cultural anthropologist, conducted in-depth interviews and participant observations with 30 child-free young adults between the ages 18 and 40 to collect her data, most of which were derived from social media sources, primarily Facebook groups. Within these intimate social circles, adults committed to remaining child-free shared their sorrowful stories of confronting stigmatization from parents and friends who disapprove of their anti-natalist values. With precision and thoughtfulness Volsche deeply examines the values and beliefs of this particular social subset, offering a well-written analysis. . . Volshe’s book is a helpful contribution. Summing Up: Highly recommended. All readership levels.