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Every Red Pill Truth Confirmed: "Low Ovarian Reserve." - trian1 - 02-01-2018 01:19 AM

This is her second installment. She discovers that after ditching her last boyfriend because he was not Chad Thunderock enough, that it is going to cost her $15k-$30K on a $55K yearly salary to not be alone in life.

I thought time was on my side. Then I got my test results for egg freezing

My God, this series is literally ever Red Pill speculation come to life.

Quote:At that moment, I realized there would be no escaping into work with this story. I was a woman, and this was my life, and I wasn’t okay at all.

Literally -- her diploma is not giving her a single advantage, and everything is coming apart at the seams...


RE: Every Red Pill Truth Confirmed: "Low Ovarian Reserve." - John Michael Kane - 02-01-2018 02:06 AM

Insufferable. One minute into her Episode 1 she's talking about "I want this, I want that" and that "30 is the age you learn how to become an adult". My goodness woman, if you haven't learned how to pay bills in your 20's, how are you affording multiple rounds of fertility? She is delusional. Combined with an annoying uptalk voice, I quit watching in less than two minutes. NEXT!


RE: Every Red Pill Truth Confirmed: "Low Ovarian Reserve." - TigOlBitties - 02-01-2018 02:41 AM

Funny but sad how all this "independence" is making women miserable. Working in a cubicle, being a wage slave and paying off student loans isn't so fun after all. Instead of building a family, their husband is a corporation or the government. That is not independence, but they're too indoctrinated to see it.


RE: Every Red Pill Truth Confirmed: "Low Ovarian Reserve." - CynicalContrarian - 02-01-2018 03:25 AM

(02-01-2018 02:41 AM)TigOlBitties Wrote:  Funny but sad how all this "independence" is making women miserable. Working in a cubicle, being a wage slave and paying off student loans isn't so fun after all. Instead of building a family, their husband is a corporation or the government. That is not independence, but they're too indoctrinated to see it.


Sinister voice :
Quote:It's all part of the plan...



RE: Every Red Pill Truth Confirmed: "Low Ovarian Reserve." - Leonard D Neubache - 02-01-2018 03:40 AM

Part of the problem is that traditional-role mothers find career women to be such insufferable "holier than thou" cunts that they go to great efforts to avoid them.

This is misinterpreted by career women as mothers being jealous and bitter about their life choices.

The result is that career women never get a glance into the lives of married women with kids and tend to assume that those women are more miserable than they are.


RE: Every Red Pill Truth Confirmed: "Low Ovarian Reserve." - Montrose - 02-01-2018 03:44 AM

Call me a wimp, but this makes me want to cry. Poor women. One day the feminazis will have to pay.


RE: Every Red Pill Truth Confirmed: "Low Ovarian Reserve." - loremipsum - 02-01-2018 03:45 AM

Ah the good old slap in the face by biomechanics.
Can't escape it I'm afraid.


RE: Every Red Pill Truth Confirmed: "Low Ovarian Reserve." - Days of Broken Arrows - 02-01-2018 03:58 AM

Nice find. But this post might have also fit in as part of a larger thread we have on the subject: "Woman Coughs Up 50 Grand To Freeze Eggs, Encourages Other Women To Do Same."
https://www.rooshvforum.com/thread-23596.html

That thread centered around Brigitte Adams, who was in her late 30s when she appeared on the cover of Bloomberg Businessweek in 2013 for a story that touted the benefits of egg freezing. Five years later, she found egg freezing doesn't work -- for reasons cited in this thread's article.

So, despite being a magazine cover girl, Brigitte remains as barren as the Sahara. That's a shame.

***

In this latest installment of the Egg Freezing Soap Opera (which is what it is), we learn the following at the beginning of the Washington Post article:

"Editor’s Note: This is the second episode of “Should I Freeze My Eggs?,” in which Washington Post filmmaker Nicole Ellis explores using the technology to plan her future family. Here is the first episode."


This is media-sanctioned mental illness, folks. It's the equivalent of an article on me "planning my future at NASCAR" if I had neither a car or a driver's license. If I was spending money and time doing that, people would question my sanity. Same should go for this woman.

In small towns all over the world, teenagers meet, f*ck in the backseat of a car and become parents. In other towns, they go to college, meet and marry and have kids.

This is not that hard. It's not brain surgery. If a woman can't do something as simple as this, I question her mental stability and wonder about her personality. This means she doesn't get along well with people and that's a major red flag for divorce.

***

One more thing. From the article:
"I felt paralyzed as Dr. Devine read my results out loud. Our meeting lasted an hour, but three words echoed in my mind throughout: “low ovarian reserve.” It would take at least three cycles of egg freezing, along with possibly high doses of hormones each time, to give me a decent shot at bearing a child from the frozen eggs down the road."

The use of supplemental hormones on women during menopause has been found to cause cancer. This kind of hormone replacement therapy seems very similar.

***

So let's tally this all up:
1). The medical establishment touted egg freezing as a major breakthrough.
Conclusion: It didn't work. To the tune of $19 grand for some women.

2). The medical establishment "didn't know" that hormone replacement therapy caused cancer when they prescribed it en masse to women in the 2000s.
Conclusion: Oops.

3). The medical establishment is now pushing the same hormones on women because their own "breakthrough" of frozen eggs went sour.
Conclusion: Maybe screwing Billy in the backseat after the senior prom is the best bet for women after all.


RE: Every Red Pill Truth Confirmed: "Low Ovarian Reserve." - Hypno - 02-01-2018 06:33 AM

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RE: Every Red Pill Truth Confirmed: "Low Ovarian Reserve." - Elster - 02-01-2018 07:53 AM

(02-01-2018 03:58 AM)Days of Broken Arrows Wrote:  So let's tally this all up:
1). The medical establishment touted egg freezing as a major breakthrough.
Conclusion: It didn't work. To the tune of $19 grand for some women.

2). The medical establishment "didn't know" that hormone replacement therapy caused cancer when they prescribed it en masse to women in the 2000s.
Conclusion: Oops.

3). The medical establishment is now pushing the same hormones on women because their own "breakthrough" of frozen eggs went sour.
Conclusion: Maybe screwing Billy in the backseat after the senior prom is the best bet for women after all.






RE: Every Red Pill Truth Confirmed: "Low Ovarian Reserve." - Constitution45 - 02-01-2018 08:07 AM

Kind of sad. I heard some 19 year old girls the other day saying how "You can have kids at the age of 50, it is all to do with your mentality". These were trainee midwives as well.

Truth of the matter, is that time goes very quickly. This whole '30 is the new 20' idea, is simply poisonous.


RE: Every Red Pill Truth Confirmed: "Low Ovarian Reserve." - CynicalContrarian - 02-01-2018 08:48 AM

(02-01-2018 08:07 AM)Constitution45 Wrote:  Kind of sad. I heard some 19 year old girls the other day saying how "You can have kids at the age of 50, it is all to do with your mentality". These were trainee midwives as well...

The fu...?
Talk about living in a juvenile fantasy.


RE: Every Red Pill Truth Confirmed: "Low Ovarian Reserve." - Leonard D Neubache - 02-01-2018 09:16 AM

(02-01-2018 08:48 AM)CynicalContrarian Wrote:  
(02-01-2018 08:07 AM)Constitution45 Wrote:  Kind of sad. I heard some 19 year old girls the other day saying how "You can have kids at the age of 50, it is all to do with your mentality". These were trainee midwives as well...

The fu...?
Talk about living in a juvenile fantasy.

That's actually more and more depressing the longer you think about it.

THOTs literally planning their THOTdom out to 50.

Even if it were possible, do they stop to wonder how retarded the concept is of attending their child's college graduation while they themselves are in their 70's?

But if you want to get inside their heads then it always helps to run their mental imagery into some brick walls.

"Might be kind of awkward, taking your kid to their soccer game and being twice as old as all the other mothers there."


RE: Every Red Pill Truth Confirmed: "Low Ovarian Reserve." - Jetset - 02-01-2018 09:24 AM

(02-01-2018 08:07 AM)Constitution45 Wrote:  Kind of sad. I heard some 19 year old girls the other day saying how "You can have kids at the age of 50, it is all to do with your mentality". These were trainee midwives as well.

You know, I see this even in the rural poor in the United States now. It's not just child-bearing, it's an overall "forestalling maturity", lack-of-resilience, lack-of-initiative issue.

You'll get girls who are 30+ and still living with their parents, working part-time jobs appropriate to a high school kid.

I moved away from home at 21 and felt like I started late, but I also went in head-first, moving cross-country by train with a single bag and $1,000, with a source locked down for $3,000 more if I needed it. I got off the train, checked the local paper, took a bus to another city, and scheduled an interview for a job that paid $9/hr then moved into a residential motel. It was shit, but it was an essential step.

I had no idea until later how many young people hear that and react like you're describing a lunar expedition. It's like some kind of serfdom for people who don't realize they're already as independent as they'll ever get and that their decisions aren't on rails like it was in high school, and that some things just will be hard because life is hard and you'll have to do it anyway. I don't really know how to react to it when they talk about it like it seems realistic and sane to them that they're going to take a fully-baked career out of the oven and have their retirement locked up before they move on finding someone to reproduce with.


RE: Every Red Pill Truth Confirmed: "Low Ovarian Reserve." - Dulceácido - 02-01-2018 09:28 AM

Ahhhh, 50! The perfect time to start a family!!!


RE: Every Red Pill Truth Confirmed: "Low Ovarian Reserve." - [email protected] - 02-01-2018 09:41 AM

Maybe I'm just a heartless bastard (I am) but if these women are stupid enough to buy into feminist propaganda to put off child bearing until 'whenever the hell you want' then FUCK 'EM.

We don't need them procreating anyway.


RE: Every Red Pill Truth Confirmed: "Low Ovarian Reserve." - RoastBeefCurtains4Me - 02-01-2018 10:59 AM

(02-01-2018 03:44 AM)Montrose Wrote:  Call me a wimp, but this makes me want to cry. Poor women. One day the feminazis will have to pay.

I'm not sorry for her at all. She's an adult. It doesn't take much common sense to figure out that if you want to get married and have children, you should pick a man who is marriage material, then treat him well so he will want to keep you.

She can perfectly well tell the difference between marriage material and Chad Thundercock, and she perfectly well knows if she is signaling whether she is good wife material. She made her choice, and had every opportunity to know better.

Let's hope she's not able to reproduce. The last thing society needs is more like her.


RE: Every Red Pill Truth Confirmed: "Low Ovarian Reserve." - Montrose - 02-01-2018 11:18 AM

You may be right. However it remains true that those women are the target of an extremely powerful concerted corporate/media/government propaganda effort to destroy family, and that is very sad.


RE: Every Red Pill Truth Confirmed: "Low Ovarian Reserve." - IvanDrago - 02-01-2018 11:31 AM

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RE: Every Red Pill Truth Confirmed: "Low Ovarian Reserve." - [email protected] - 02-01-2018 01:02 PM

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I feel like Arby's is missing a perfect marketing opportunity here.


RE: Every Red Pill Truth Confirmed: "Low Ovarian Reserve." - Samseau - 02-01-2018 01:06 PM

Just ended a relationship with a dumb broad who bought into the feminist bullshit. Hook, line, and sinker.

The conversations were hilarious.

Her: "I'm an independent woman! I don't need a man."
Me: "And I'm an independent man who doesn't need a woman. So fuckin what?"

Her: "I have to get famous before I'm 27, before my looks fade."
Me: "Okay let's say you get famous - then what?"

Her: "I have my dreams! I need to do them while I'm still young!"
Me: "Have you ever stopped to consider what my dreams are?"

Her: "You have no idea how many other guys would kill to be in your position."
Me: "..."

Her: "Don't you have any emotions?"
Me: "..."

Her: "I'm a grown woman! You can't tell me what to do."
Me: "Door's over there."


Shudder

She actually lost her job, her chance to dance for an audience, and blew all of her money after we broke up. Whole story is just sad and pathetic. Women are literally destroying themselves, which is what I've been saying nonstop on these forums for the past 6 years.

The problem is not men. The reason we have negative birthrates is obviously a cultural problem - women have never had it easier. More access to men, money, or support than any other point in history. And yet negative birth rates?

The women today are hopelessly broken, being fed endless feelgood lies by a poisoned culture. Women are led to believe that hedonism is a viable life path, or that the highest goods in life are money and fame. A godless, fucked up existence is the norm for at least 50% of the West's females. That's how you get negative birth rates.

This is also why I don't see much of a point in having kids. Either you find a good woman, or chances are, you won't. Having kids with these poisoned women isn't an option. Imagine if a giant biological bomb went off across the world that rendered 50% of the women infertile - that's what our world currently is.

This problem either is fixed by the men, or God is going to fix it the hard way. The collapsing birthrates will utterly destroy the economy and once the hard times return women will have no choice but to depend on men. And of course the worst men will take advantage of such a situation. Women today could have had a peaceful coexistence with men and kept things going along with minimal effort, but it seems that is not in their nature. When given abundance, women choose self-destruction.


RE: Every Red Pill Truth Confirmed: "Low Ovarian Reserve." - Aurini - 02-01-2018 01:55 PM

(02-01-2018 09:24 AM)Jetset Wrote:  
(02-01-2018 08:07 AM)Constitution45 Wrote:  Kind of sad. I heard some 19 year old girls the other day saying how "You can have kids at the age of 50, it is all to do with your mentality". These were trainee midwives as well.

You know, I see this even in the rural poor in the United States now. It's not just child-bearing, it's an overall "forestalling maturity", lack-of-resilience, lack-of-initiative issue.

You'll get girls who are 30+ and still living with their parents, working part-time jobs appropriate to a high school kid.

I moved away from home at 21 and felt like I started late, but I also went in head-first, moving cross-country by train with a single bag and $1,000, with a source locked down for $3,000 more if I needed it. I got off the train, checked the local paper, took a bus to another city, and scheduled an interview for a job that paid $9/hr then moved into a residential motel. It was shit, but it was an essential step.

I had no idea until later how many young people hear that and react like you're describing a lunar expedition. It's like some kind of serfdom for people who don't realize they're already as independent as they'll ever get and that their decisions aren't on rails like it was in high school, and that some things just will be hard because life is hard and you'll have to do it anyway. I don't really know how to react to it when they talk about it like it seems realistic and sane to them that they're going to take a fully-baked career out of the oven and have their retirement locked up before they move on finding someone to reproduce with.

My brother!

I caught a train across the country at 17, moved into a place where I paid by the week, with no kitchen and a bathroom shared by the entire floor, paid the bills working fast food... heh, and even despite that had some success with women.

God, I was a young punk!


RE: Every Red Pill Truth Confirmed: "Low Ovarian Reserve." - KMK - 02-01-2018 02:41 PM

Daily reminder that lower class jobs are being squeezed out thanks to increasing automation, rampant third world outsourcing, and a changing nature of warfare which means there's no more "meat grinders" to feed millions of undesirable men to.
Daily reminder that higher class jobs are being squeezed out due to an increasingly protective and ruthless upper class forbidding new blood from entry. The right wing upper class gives all the jobs to their family and close people while the left wing upper class gives them all to pajeets.
The first world labor market for natives is shrinking in a major way and there are no indicators that it's just a temporary dip.

Unless you want hordes of functional-on-paper (at best), unemployable-in-reality people sitting around collecting dole, the only reasonable path forward is population shrinkage.

That means the sub-replacement native birth rates that we have already, combined with chasing out the trash immigrants that have been coming to the first world in droves.

Whether or not we can fix the immigration issue, one fact will remain true: If we move native birth rates from sub replacement to above replacement, society will have jack shit to offer to the extra kids, now or in the foreseeable future.

Some of the individual women who get socially conditioned out of reproducing will have serious existential crises as they get older, and their parents will be pretty rustled up about never seeing grandkids too. But TFB.


RE: Every Red Pill Truth Confirmed: "Low Ovarian Reserve." - Matsufubu - 02-01-2018 03:59 PM

It says a lot of the delusional power of the hamster to think you can simply overcome millions of years of evolution and nature itself with a bit of feminism.

One woman does it, I laugh.

All the women do it, I cry.

The West needs some hardship sooner rather than later before this Marxist bullshit ends us.


RE: Every Red Pill Truth Confirmed: "Low Ovarian Reserve." - Enoch - 02-01-2018 05:25 PM

^ The blackest of black pills. Society told women to spend their most fertile years getting a useless education then their next best 10-15 taking orders from a man who isn't their husband.

What could possibly go wrong?