I am surprised as to how many women out there are so ignorant about their own bodies. I have seen and noticed older women come to the assistance of younger ones when it is deemed necessary, when something was amiss with the plumbing. I have seen the end result of what happens when girls are not educated sufficiently about their menstrual cycles (shhh..don't mention the periods, verboten). So it does rather fascinate me when I can witness the umpteen processes in action already for girls to be informed, educated and trained on how to deal with inevitable bodily functions (bugger the boys though). Now, on top of the billions spent on those privileged princesses, it would appear that the information is just either not sinking in or the published feminised drivel they are told is held in precedence to the actual facts..
The interesting issues that arises is that we can grab our beach chair, stubby(beer) and just sit back and watch the other sex trying to impress each other as well as trying to prove that they are not only better than them Men but vastly superior in every way imaginable (ask any feminised mangina) and that folks is what has become the new comedy program, the new laugh a minute segment and should surface on Comedy Central..
“Those women who are at the top of their game could have had it all, children and career, if they wanted it,” suggests Pamela Madsen, executive director of the American Infertility Association (A.I.A.). “The problem was, nobody told them the truth about their bodies.” And the truth is that even the very best fertility experts have found that the hands of the clock will not be moved. Baby specialists can do a lot to help a 29-year-old whose tubes are blocked or a 32-year-old whose husband has a low sperm count. But for all the headlines about 45-year-old actresses giving birth, the fact is that “there’s no promising therapy for age-related infertility,” says Dr. Michael Soules, a professor at the University of Washington School of Medicine and past president of the American Society for Reproductive Medicine (ASRM). “There’s certainly nothing on the horizon.”One does have to wonder, exactly how far does one's head have to be in the sand in order to display such inconceivable ignorance about your own body. It is a known fact that women are born with the eggs already attached and are ready to spawn after puberty. Even I am aware of that fact..
women are born with all their eggs in one — okay, two baskets (ovaries). To be more precise, a woman is born with about one to two million immature eggs, or follicles, in her ovaries. Throughout her life, the vast majority of follicles will die through a process known as atresia. Atresia begins at birth and continues throughout the course of the woman's reproductive life. When a woman reaches puberty and starts to menstruate, only about 400,000 follicles remain. With each menstrual cycle, a thousand follicles are lost and only one lucky little follicle will actually mature into an ovum (egg), which is released into the fallopian tube, kicking off ovulation. That means that of the one to two million follicles, only about 400 will ever mature.
Relatively little or no follicles remain at menopause, which usually begins when a woman is between 48-55 years of age. The remaining follicles are unlikely to mature and become viable eggs because of the hormonal changes that come along with menopause.
I have read on several occasions, mindless comments from feminists, that women actually "create" life, a lovely dream or boast or maybe even both, but ofcourse just exposing another layer of that sand ofcourse..
So we have one of the feminist indoctrination sites named IVillage, and we also notice their intellectual level requirements as they apparently have huge problems filling out a simple survey about woman's stuff. It does demonstrate the optimum level required to be a follower of their blatant, obvious, manufactured self induced stupidity..
I did read an article a few years back that suggested that bus drivers should not be overly intelligent as that would be a distraction due to the fact that it was or can be a boring occupation so they opened the door for more women to apply. Again, studies do just sometimes demonstrate something more than they were originally supposed to promote..
According to the Centers for Disease Control, once a woman celebrates her 42nd birthday, the chances of her having a baby using her own eggs, even with advanced medical help, are less than 10%. At age 40, half of her eggs are chromosomally abnormal; by 42, that figure is 90%.
Her survey found that nearly 9 out of 10 young women were confident of their ability to get pregnant into their 40s. Last fall the A.I.A. conducted a fertility-awareness survey on the women’s website iVillage.com Out of the 12,524 respondents, only one answered all 15 questions correctly. Asked when fertility begins to decline, only 13% got it right (age 27); 39% thought it began to drop at 40.