It blurs the line even further between professional and private life.It hints at the dystopian future envisaged by Aldous Huxley where children are not born, but created, decanted and raised in hatcheries by corporations.These people will have dates on a regular basis, and they may or may not be having sexual relations.
I'd been so busy with a successful business in the international fashion industry and traveling up to 70% of the time that dating had become near impossible.
My dream of a happy family with a wonderful man sometimes felt like it was slipping away.
She is single but wants to be a mother one day and hears that the company offers egg-freezing. She stores her eggs and begins to build her career, delaying even thinking about motherhood for ten, maybe 15 years.
The live birth rate from frozen eggs is woefully low, around 12.5 per cent in Britain, which means that for every 80 cycles of IVF, just 10 babies are born, according to the Human Fertilisation and Embryology Authority.
You should not have too much external links on your website.