Yes, and now someone else’s children will have to support you in your old age.
Well, not having children enabled us to save and invest our earnings (both of us worked all our lives), so you could put those investments that benefited society into the equation.
But I suppose one could stretch the matter to arrive at the conclusion that other people’s children are supporting us in our old age.
We’re enjoying our financial—and personal, I would add—no personal interactions between and among adult children to negotiate and no pesky grandchildren to lavish costly gifts upon—lives at this point. Which must irk the hell out of you. :)