The ‘Big Lie’ in putting off pregnancy


Ironically, motherhood has never been so chic at a time when so many women are struggling to get pregnant. The number of women between age 40 and 44 who remain childless has doubled in a generation; in 1976 it was one out of 10, by 2006 it was one in five, according to the U.S. Census.

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2 Responses to The ‘Big Lie’ in putting off pregnancy

  1. Tomi Roshi January 26, 2014 at 8:44 pm #

    I’ve been commenting on this article since it was published. Applying the lessons I’ve learned from the Professor.

  2. Jethro January 26, 2014 at 8:59 pm #

    My Grandmother was 15 when she gave birth to my Dad (and she was married). My father never went to college but died a millionaire, earning his fortune designing and building luxury homes. From the blueprints to the concrete, he did it himself. Extremely high IQ.

    Dad used to say over and over, “Old eggs make dumb babies. If you’re going to have kids, have them while you are young.”

    These old broads having kids in their 40’s are polluting the world with morons.

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