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Bill Maher: "The world thanks you for keeping a lid on your goo."

Bill Maher Honors Childfree Choice

Bill Maher once again adorns our Wall of Fame, this time for his suggestion that we add another holiday on top of Mother’s Day and Father’s Day, to honor people who, it turns out, are the greenest environmental stewards of our time

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contraception,family planning,family size,overpopulation,overshoot,population growth,population taboo,women's rights

Bill Nye on stage

Bill Nye Actually Discusses Planet-Saving Policy

This is a first for Growth Bias Busted. We honor someone on the Wall of Fame and someone on the Wall of Shame in the same post. Kudos to Bill Nye, known as “the Science Guy,” for devoting an episode of his new Netflix series, Bill Nye Saves the World, to the subject of overpopulation.

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childfree,climate change,conception,contraception,family planning,family size,overpopulation,population growth,sustainable popluation

5-person family in VW Atlas

Luv Bug Spot Tells Outdated Fairy Tale

A cute, and slightly saucy, Volkswagen commercial makes the Wall of Shame today because it perpetuates an outdated and dangerous norm – the big, happy family. I have no problems with happy families. It’s the size of family that matters now, and matters in this commercial:

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