One in four women physicians report infertility
But one achievement eluded her: having a baby. She had postponed getting pregnant until she was solidly established in her career, but when she finally decided to try to have children, at 34, she was surprised to find that she could not, even with fertility drugs. Dr. Marshall attributed it to having worked frequent night shifts, as well as to stress and lack of sleep, which can affect reproductive cycles.
Placing women in traditionally male leadership roles with all the stress and long years to prepare for it takes it’s toll on a woman’s reproductive cycle.
White women seem to forget the single most important job they'll ever have is bearing and raising children.
What do you notice about commercials for contraceptives? Ever see a non-white woman in one?
Just yet another thing that worked out exactly as planned.
The gymnasiums are full of the women you speak of, trying to fill that empty void in their life. Success comes at a very heavy price..
I totally agree with both of you. Men and women are not interchangeable.