Sorry in advance to the parents in this forum if this sounds a bit clinical but lets be realistic - up until relatively recently it wasn't possible to have a sexual relationship in Ireland without potentially getting pregnant and being a parent (happily or not) due to the lack of contraception.
The availability of contraception has utterly changed the entire dynamic in relation to how people live their lives.
So, mothers like my own, had children (and not a few in her case!!) because there was literally no alternative and not because she loved them. For the first time Irish people are having to consider this issue as a choice. But owing to the fact that it is such a recent development I reckon it will take a very, very long time for society (not just in Ireland) to come to terms with this massive sociological change.
Op if you don't want children, you're not weird at all. You've made your mind up about where you want your life to go and that's great. Be prepared for the 'oh but you don't know what your missing' brigade..there's always one! Lol