Die Uhr, die nicht tickt
Wednesday, December 2, 2015, 7:30 p.m.
If it comes to having children, many stick to the idea of an innate maternal instinct and the nuclear family being the only thing that provides a fulfilled life. Politics and society are based on demographic and biologistic bugbears to hold on to old family concepts and gender hierarchies. Not wanting a child is considered unnatural, selfish or timid. Sarah Diehl’s book is a plea for an unbiased and contemporary adjustment to female identity and for new concepts of solidary coexistence.