Quite frankly I don’t have a good solution for the problem described in this post. I just don’t think what EggBanxx proposes is a good solution.
What solution can I offer? Traditional marriage works. If they want children, then women should marry in the early to mid twenties. Unfortunately, I must concede young women have a serious problem. They have to make the hard choice between raising a family and entering job market when they are young. And few are the number of young men who both can and want to make the choice of raising children attractive.
Career women in New York City are submitting themselves to hormonal treatments:
Fashionable New York professional women gathered at a first-of-its-kind “egg-freezing party” this week — where they sipped champagne while learning how to scientifically put off motherhood until they decide that they’re fully ready.
Dubbed “Let’s Chill,” the event was sponsored by a company called EggBanxx, which is cutting the cost of egg freezing and marketing it to young go-getters who want to be ready for kids later in life.
“I don’t have a significant other . . . but I hope to one day and have kids,” said attendee, Donna Kanze, 35, of Manhattan, who has a career in the technology sector. She’s already signed up for egg freezing.
“I want to take my fertility into my own hands, rather than put pressure on the person I have my next relationship with,” she said.
“I don’t want…
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