Society should also acknowledge that those who choose not to have children are making a valuable contribution to a sustainable future
'I hate that she had to do it, but I think she just had enough'
'At the end of the day you kind of hit walls and think I kind of can't go any further'
Andrea Leadsom pointed out that bearing children gave her 'a very real stake in the future'. This, as opposed to women like Jennifer Aniston and myself, who would smash their barren fists upon a nuclear detonator at a second’s notice screaming, ‘The world ends after meeeeee!’
Both Aniston and Cheryl have endured endless media fascination about their body, love life and fertility status
'For the record, I am not pregnant,' writes Aniston. 'I am fed up'
'I'm fed up with the sport-like scrutiny and body shaming that occurs daily under the guise of journalism, the First Amendment and celebrity news'
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