I was sitting on the train the other day when an old man talking to his wife (I assume) said about Kate having a baby “Well she better put on some weight if she wants to carry one.” I’m pretty slim so I wanted to punch him. #fertilityrage


Is she or isn’t she (you know what the question is)?

The world is fascinated with Kate Middleton.  It’s easy to see why.  The latest member of the royal family is lovely, classy, and well, perfect.

However, that is not enough.  Society, particularly the royal family, is demanding  wondering when she will produce an heir.

I feel for Kate.  I mean, she can’t even leave the house with a hair out of place or a chipped nail.  Much of her life has already been planned for her.  How on Earth would she be able to voice her concerns that she hasn’t gotten pregnant yet, despite her best efforts?

If a member of society, say someone respectable, like Kate Middleton was an infertile, what would that mean for the rest of us?  Would it mean that it would be socially acceptable to be infertile?  Could the rest of us finally come out of the…

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I opened Pandora's box and infertility entered my life.

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