A 27-year-old Australian woman by the name of Baby Soja made a proposition that attracted attention from all around the world – she declared that developers build an exclusive and childless suburb. This audacious notion sparked controversy not only in Australia but also in America, where many people were taken aback. However, to everyone’s surprise, some parents actually agreed with her idea.

Baby Soja, an influential TikTok star, is fed up with having to endure the racket of young children who always seem to interrupt her peace and quiet. In a recent viral video on TikTok, she suggested that it’s high time for towns dedicated solely to adults to be established, so those who “hate kids” have somewhere they can go without being disturbed by shrieking babies or whining toddlers every time they venture out into public areas such as swimming pools. Certainly, there must be enough demand for this kind of adult-only utopia – wouldn’t you agree?

Stimulated by the 27-year-old’s plight, several TikTok users proposed they move to a retirement village where no children reside. Others went as far as stating that they’d expend all of their funds and disposable income in order to relocate to an Australian region free of kids.

“I would like to know when somebody is planning on opening an adults-only suburb where everything in it is only for adults,” the TikToker said. “I’m so sick of going places, and kids are just everywhere screaming, and I just have to put up with it?”

@soybabie__ I know im evil but theyre SO loud please i want peace and quiet are there adults only pools in melbourne?? #fyp #kidfree #childfree ♬ original sound – Baby Soja

After being endlessly annoyed by the continuous jumping of kids in and out of her swimming lane, Baby Soja had a spark of inspiration to create her viral TikTok video about an adult-only town. She was determined to make exercising in water accessible for people who actually care without any interruption or intruders.

“They have their own pool, and they’re in the lap lane pool, not swimming laps, just jumping in screaming, and that’s just allowed because they’re allowed everywhere,” she stated. “I just feel like people like me who are evil and hate kids should have our own suburb where we can just be quiet and undisturbed.”

Reactions were divided, yet the sentiment of many parents was unanimous–they wanted to experience this town concept for themselves.

“As a mum, I agree. I hate going to dinner without my kids to listen to other people’s kids carry on. There should be more adult-only places,” one mom said.

“Not just for people who hate kids, but I imagine some adults with kids would like a break too,” another person added.

“I would spend all my savings to get to this community,” another said.

“Yes, kids may get annoying, and we may need our own space, but at the end of the day, they are just kids. They can’t help screaming ’cause they are only young,” one woman added.

Is an adults-only town in the suburbs a concept worth exploring?