There are a few of us on the forum who KNOW we never want children. But I'm curious as to exactly how easy it's gonna be to go forever and not even accidentally get pregnant. I'm curious as to what type of contraception and birth control all of you use, and what you'd suggest, reccomend, and any tips for making sure you don't get pregnant. For example, I prefer condoms and the contraceptive film; I was on the pill and didn't like it because of weight. I'm also thirty, so I'm looking at about twenty more years of contraceptive use. Does anyone favor any one form of contraception over another? Are there certain benefits to using any particular kind (rhythm method vs the diaphram, for example)? Do you take most of the responsibility for not getting pregnant, or does your partner? Does your child-free views and religious use of contraceptives put a damper on your love life...or does it make your love life better? Do you find doctors sympathetic to your desires to remain child free? Do you believe that not having children ill affects your health (example: the supposed breast cancer link; long term health effects of contraception, if there are any)? I can't wait to hear from everyone!