20% is actually the average for conception for healthy people in their early 20s. I have no idea what the story is trying to tell us.
Check out those statistics, too. For a regular, fertile woman of about age 24, the statistical ability to have children is, indeed, about 20%. Seems to me like it’s working.
Well, the statistical rate of pregnancy in the highest fertility years is at about 20%. It sounds like egg freezing is thus a viable option. I’m not sure there’s an argument to be had about whether or not someone goes back to retrieve her eggs. That’s really not indicative of the success of the actual procedure should… Read more
I have to know!! I have to know!!!
Not surprising. smh Just awful.
I think the essay is spot on. Worse, the whole creative writing program thing exacerbates the problem, taking the less talented and giving them accolades for simply sounding like the same writer, writing about disconnected men, alone in a lonely world. ugh. Boring, frankly. Seen that a million times. It’s not improved… Read more
BINGO. He needs to shut the hell up.
It doesn’t matter if he’s an expert in his field because SO IS SHE or she wouldn’t have the job she has. For Nader to suggest she ask her husband, ignoring her own qualifications, is sexist.
They have filmed so many things here I feel like I never have to go visit.
Well, as someone who has seen these kinds of shake-ups on the workplace before, centering odd ideas around what women need and like and want, at work and so on, it’s not in anyone’s best interests to ignore it. I do understand towing the party line. I’m not being critical as much as saying I think it’s really okay for… Read more
Agree. Again, this decision to make this mainly a gossip site is a real step down from its potential. I’m not saying it reached that full potential, but there’s something funky about putting mostly gossip on what was once supposed to be a site about feminist issues mainly. It’s like someone said, “What would the… Read more
Poor Jackie. Damn. This clearly shows she went after his brains on the back of the car in a desperate attempt to save him. So awful.
Actually, I would say a museum might offer at least 5 million for it. A collector would offer much more. It’s a rare piece of film of a terrible and famous day. They are probably asking for a bit more than it’s worth so that it will either be returned or at least, they will be compensated for it. $10,000 is much too… Read more
Yes. This was the lesson that I learned. I can’t afford local craftsman, BUT I can afford to go the antique store and get a modestly priced whatever. And it’s usually very nice.