Couple the fact that less people are getting married with the rise of gay couples having children through artificial means, corporations covering Egg Freezing and the ability to have babies in an artificial womb and womb transplants, we are soon to see fertility laws dictating who can and cannot have children.
“Having a high-powered career and children is still a very hard thing to do,” said Brigitte Adams, an egg-freezing advocate and founder of the patient forum Eggsurance.com. By offering this benefit, companies are investing in women, she said, and supporting them in carving out the lives they want.
New data shows more young people are waiting to marry - and there's no shortage of opinions on why that's happening.
According to the latest available census data, the percentage of U.S. adults who have never been married has hit a new, all-time high.
In 1960, about one in ten adults over the age of 25 fell into that category.
By 2012, the number had jumped to one in five.
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