Thursday, August 12, 2010

Jennifer Aniston: Women Don't Need Men To Be Good Moms

According to Jennifer Aniston in her interview with People, women don't have to settle with a man just to have a child. Her view comes on the heels of her new movie The Switch, in which she plays a woman who becomes a mother by using donated sperm.

Aniston, like so many feminized women, have swallowed the idea that "Women can have it all", which is often just a way of snubbing their nose at men in the typical "I don't need you" fashion.

Okay, fair enough. But what about the interests of the children? Does that ever cross the mind of these self-absorbed narcissistic women who insist that all children really need is a mom? Apparently not. Because the push to have it all is so strong that it never crosses their mind that those caught in the middle will likely have less than they should.

The truth is that the best family unit for purposes of raising kids is when the father and mother are present. The next best scenario is single dads raising their kids. The least ideal scenario is single mothers raising their kids. Statistics show that, on average, the single mother family messes up kids the most. If you want evidence of this read up on research done by Warren Farrell, who has thoroughly investigated this subject.

Another point to make is that women assume that they can bide their time finding Mr.Right, now that they can get pregnant using artificial insemination (i.e. without a man). So they act as if men will also not mind if the women take their time, even as the years go by and they pass their fertile prime. But hey, if the women in Sex And The City can do it, so can they.

But men tend to want their own kids, so even if a woman (getting on in years) was successfully able to pass on her genes via artificial insemination, the guy who ends up with her is likely not going to be able to do that. In other words, she will not be able to give him children. So he must just passively accept a shitty situation in which he is serving the role of father without actually being the father.

Rest assured, men will not be lining up to settle down with women who are past their prime and have turkey basted themselves into motherhood while leaving the man out to dry, genetically speaking.

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