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1. It is very bad to marry an older woman.
2. Why would you wait for her education? The sooner she stops schooling the more likely she will not turn into a feminist sjw. If you can lock her down directly after high school that is by far the best.
3. IQ is almost irrelevant. It is not directly heritable. Two high IQ parents will more likely have moderately average children than highly intelligent ones. This is because IQ is not a single trait.
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Panda smile can you provide some links or evidence for point number 3?
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(02-01-2020 07:29 PM)PixelFree Wrote:  Yes, I agree with this. A women has lost 90% of her eggs by 30.

To tell the complete picture (from Google), "A female baby is born with all the eggs that she will ever have. This is estimated to be around two million, but by the time a girl reaches puberty, this number has decreased to about 400,000 eggs stored in her ovaries.".

So, you could also saw they've lost 80% by the time she's reached puberty (10-14).

I'm more than happy just telling this half truth publicly to get the message across. It needs to be shocking to wake people up and save women from themselves. I feel a sense of responsibility towards my female kin in this regard (and obviously it needs to be done in a sensitive, compassionate and constructive way, which is a challenge).

Going by the number of late 30's/early 40's women I know, who claim to want to have kids (but then get into a 6 month fling with a 25 year old Argentinian backpacker), most have zero idea what % left at any age.

So publicly, it's 90% by 30 and empty egg carton memes. On the forum we can discuss the complete picture however as mentioned younger is still preferred for this and many other reasons.

My takeaway is that 400,000 eggs is more than enough to have a child then....even two or three. After all, you only need one egg.

Moreover, if you tell women over 30 that they’re infertile, they will disagree. Their reasoning is simple and valid….they have countless female acquaintances and frenemies that procreated after 30. So their personal experiences will override the claim.

On some level, these women are right. If I hear that it’s statistically improbable to do something, and I personally know 30-40 people that accomplished that thing, I would be skeptical.

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The eggs that remain are less robust, too, though. Harder to fertilize, more chance of autism and other conditions, more likelihood of miscarriage, and older women are hit harder by pregnancy than a young woman who bounces back.

I'm willing to bet there's a correlation between breast milk quality and quantity, as well.
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(02-02-2020 04:41 AM)Australia Sucks Wrote:  Panda smile can you provide some links or evidence for point number 3?

I don't feel like digging around but just look at the sources off wikipedia under "Heritability_of_IQ"

Basically, IQ is not one gene, its hundreds of different ones. examples: cranial ridge sizes, brain density, brain size, brain hormone levels, brain cell function, blood flow, fluid levels... and so on. BUT they don't all work together the same way. Some compliment other factors yet detract from others. So two people might have A B C and D but one also has F the other doesn't and having F makes him dumb as rocks. Whereas someone else has no A but only B C D and also F and it makes them a genius.

Overall complex traits like intelligence follow a regression to the mean. So two parents with genius IQs are more likely to have a child closer to average IQ than on their level. This also works the same in the other direction. Two dummies are likely to have a more average child (short of being dumb for a specific genetic problem we are just talking normal dumb here).

So taking this all into account if you are a 130 IQ male, being with any girl of low intelligence up to top IQ level will make little difference in the likelihood of your children intelligence. It will make some obviously, but to narrow your pool of women over a possible average 2 IQ point increase in your children is a ridiculous trade off. Most likely no matter who you mate with you will have generally average intelligence kids. Also a large portion of idiots are also from environmental factors diminishing their potential IQ development, not genetic anyways. Genetics are A+ but being raised in certain ways stops IQ growth to its potential. So some dumb bimbo may actually have top of the line IQ genetics.

Also in the past, women have never been selected for intelligence. They have been selected for morality, sexuality, fertility. NEVER EVER has intelligence been a primary factor and I would argue its never even been a secondary factor. In fact I would say its been a detractor. Intelligent women are more difficult to deal with, in recorded history the women who is "simple" is vastly preferred for mating. And look at our average IQ levels today! Obviously it didn't stop intelligence in offspring.
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Yeah, 130 is Mensa level and about 2% of the population and since there are fewer women at the extremes you're not looking at that many women. I've dated a few women that were doctors and engineers that were probably near the 130 IQ mark though and it was not a good experience, most of them are just obnoxious pricks.

Even though they might not base their self-worth and definition of themselves of being attractive to men and attention whore on Instagram, they seem to build it around their occupations. I noticed how doctors will mention in about every sentence they can that they're doctors. Went on a date with this PhD engineer and she would just argue with me about petty details because she took everything literally and would be so pretentious about how much she loved intellectual discussions.

If I mention that I loved Switzerland she would suddenly try to investigate everything just to make that soft statement false so she could think of herself as smart.
"Ok, so how many times have you been there?", "And which cities have you been to?", "But you can't say love if you've only been there four times?! Why didn't you tell me instead that your experience of it was great. Love is a strong word, you're strange". It was something like that, I had enough of her already after an hour so I can't imagine spending whole life with someone like that.
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(02-02-2020 01:40 AM)JohnQThomas Wrote:  Laner wrote:
“Guys talking about wanting to marry a 130+ IQ women have probably never dated one. Or at least spent any time sleeping in the same bed as them. For many, their brains never quiet down and spend half the night in complete anxiety. Anecdotally, many use sex as a way to get to sleep and become addicted to the hormones released during and after orgasms.”

A wife who is “addicted” to sex? Sounds good to me. (What’s the alternative—a cold fish?)

There was more in there to unpack. The sex part is fine. It was the high anxiety and other side effects of a high IQ woman. The over analyzing. The constant research into things that should just 'get done'.

These are also things that come with age. As we get older, we also get wiser. So women who have a high IQ to begin with, are only going to get smarter with age. So unless there are some kids in her life, she will be stuck battling things in her own mind when she is done working her - likely - challenging job.
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(02-02-2020 04:27 PM)No More Mr. Soy Boy Wrote:  Even though they might not base their self-worth and definition of themselves of being attractive to men and attention whore on Instagram, they seem to build it around their occupations. I noticed how doctors will mention in about every sentence they can that they're doctors. Went on a date with this PhD engineer and she would just argue with me about petty details because she took everything literally and would be so pretentious about how much she loved intellectual discussions.

Yeah most smart girls are dumb as a box of rocks. Take the hint, I don't want to hear jack about your career.
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RE: How bad is is to marry an older woman?
Yes, anyone talking about finding a partner with an 130 IQ needs to stop doing IQ tests on Facebook (men and women both).

A 'really smart' person, as in the top 10% of all people, is IQ 120, Given the distribution graph, this might be 6-7 guys and 3-4 women.

So, even to go for an 120 IQ you're talking 3-4 women out of 100 people max (generous).

I have fallen for this trap before. It's unrealistic. There is a good book - https://www.amazon.com/Curse-High-IQ-Aar...1522813756 - for high IQ guys that help us understand the statistical anomaly we are. Especially if you come from a very humble, modest or perhaps below average self worth place (like many of us do) you really don't fully appreciate how it impacts us in daily life (particularly in friendship and partner selection).

Average or slightly above average IQ with a pleasant demeanor and good motherly qualities is far more healthy and realistic.
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(02-02-2020 04:27 PM)No More Mr. Soy Boy Wrote:  Yeah, 130 is Mensa level and about 2% of the population and since there are fewer women at the extremes you're not looking at that many women. I've dated a few women that were doctors and engineers that were probably near the 130 IQ mark though and it was not a good experience, most of them are just obnoxious pricks.

Even though they might not base their self-worth and definition of themselves of being attractive to men and attention whore on Instagram, they seem to build it around their occupations. I noticed how doctors will mention in about every sentence they can that they're doctors. Went on a date with this PhD engineer and she would just argue with me about petty details because she took everything literally and would be so pretentious about how much she loved intellectual discussions.

If I mention that I loved Switzerland she would suddenly try to investigate everything just to make that soft statement false so she could think of herself as smart.
"Ok, so how many times have you been there?", "And which cities have you been to?", "But you can't say love if you've only been there four times?! Why didn't you tell me instead that your experience of it was great. Love is a strong word, you're strange". It was something like that, I had enough of her already after an hour so I can't imagine spending whole life with someone like that.

A high IQ women who does not take herself seriously is a fun date. But these are like 1/1000.
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(02-01-2020 12:28 PM)MajorStyles Wrote:  
(01-31-2020 07:49 PM)No More Mr. Soy Boy Wrote:  
(01-29-2020 02:24 PM)BlastbeatCasanova Wrote:  At 30 most of a woman’s eggs are gone

People throw that sentence a lot here and it sounds scary when it is put like that but in fact most eggs are already gone when a female is born since as a fetus in early development they have about 6 million and at birth about a million, at puberty 400 000 - 300 000.

So how much does it actually say?

I second your analysis here, NMMSB. My wife had two children, at 35 and 39 respectively (both born healthy, knock on wood); we had both those children on our first attempt at pregnancy. My brother’s wife also had two children in her mid to late 30s. Plus, I know countless married friends with wives that had children in their thirties. Moreover, I don’t know any of these children to be autistic. My personal experience, as well as the experience of countless people around me, tells me that the “women are infertile are 30” perspective is fallacious.

The bigger problem is usually the disgusting personality of a woman after 30. In the West, most women after 30 are already feminist foot soldiers with a hostile attitude towards nurturing a man; therefore, they have nothing to offer. Moreover, in most poor countries, a woman after 30 has already procreated multiple times. So she has her little tykes in tow.

So younger women are better in the sense that they are less likely to be brainswashed (percentage wise at least). Also, their bodies and faces are almost always more attractive than they will be in their 30s, 40s, etc. (However, if a man does not find a woman over 30 to be attractive, then he will never be happily married since his prospective wife will eventually reach that age).


I'm not sure how old you, or other doubters of this are, but one big factor that is affecting millennial(my gen) women's fertility is their degenerate lifestyle, which include being on the pill for over a decade, countless sexual partners, an STD or 3, an abortion or 2, numerous Plan Bs, on top of a crap diet that messes up her endocrine system etc etc. No offense to you or other doubters, but did your wive's/Gf's exhitbit any of these traits? Boomer women were much healthier than millennial's of today and Gen-x women for the most part still fared better off as well.

I've already read my fair share of articles + research and my own personal experience on this topic to know that women ON AVERAGE over 30(who have never had a kid) are far less likely to produce kids. I'm not going to post here the graphs of falling women's fertility, nor the YEARS it takes women over 30 to get pregnant as compared to their earlier years. You can google this in a minute and find out.

To everyone else: Please do not take the anecdotal evidence of Boomers/Gen-Xrs in regards to their women getting pregnant. They lived in a different age where 1: their women were not on decades of birth control 2) did not live in the degenerate, free sexual "paradise" of today. Today's woman over 30 unfortunately will more likely be infertile than women of old.

Also, men of today are much less fertile than their Fathers/grandparents, further illustrating how newer generations are more affected than older ones were.
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(02-02-2020 01:39 PM)PandaSmile Wrote:  
(02-02-2020 04:41 AM)Australia Sucks Wrote:  Panda smile can you provide some links or evidence for point number 3?

I don't feel like digging around but just look at the sources off wikipedia under "Heritability_of_IQ"

Basically, IQ is not one gene, its hundreds of different ones. examples: cranial ridge sizes, brain density, brain size, brain hormone levels, brain cell function, blood flow, fluid levels... and so on. BUT they don't all work together the same way. Some compliment other factors yet detract from others. So two people might have A B C and D but one also has F the other doesn't and having F makes him dumb as rocks. Whereas someone else has no A but only B C D and also F and it makes them a genius.

Overall complex traits like intelligence follow a regression to the mean. So two parents with genius IQs are more likely to have a child closer to average IQ than on their level. This also works the same in the other direction. Two dummies are likely to have a more average child (short of being dumb for a specific genetic problem we are just talking normal dumb here).

So taking this all into account if you are a 130 IQ male, being with any girl of low intelligence up to top IQ level will make little difference in the likelihood of your children intelligence. It will make some obviously, but to narrow your pool of women over a possible average 2 IQ point increase in your children is a ridiculous trade off. Most likely no matter who you mate with you will have generally average intelligence kids. Also a large portion of idiots are also from environmental factors diminishing their potential IQ development, not genetic anyways. Genetics are A+ but being raised in certain ways stops IQ growth to its potential. So some dumb bimbo may actually have top of the line IQ genetics.

Also in the past, women have never been selected for intelligence. They have been selected for morality, sexuality, fertility. NEVER EVER has intelligence been a primary factor and I would argue its never even been a secondary factor. In fact I would say its been a detractor. Intelligent women are more difficult to deal with, in recorded history the women who is "simple" is vastly preferred for mating. And look at our average IQ levels today! Obviously it didn't stop intelligence in offspring.

"Twin studies of adult individuals have found a heritability of IQ between 57% and 73%[6] with the most recent studies showing heritability for IQ as high as 80%[7] and 86%"
-- from the same article

IQ is EXTREMELY Heritable
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(02-03-2020 12:14 PM)Augustus_Principe Wrote:  I'm not sure how old you, or other doubters of this are, but one big factor that is affecting millennial(my gen) women's fertility is their degenerate lifestyle, which include being on the pill for over a decade, countless sexual partners, an STD or 3, an abortion or 2, numerous Plan Bs, on top of a crap diet that messes up her endocrine system etc etc.

How much research has there been on the effects of very long-term usage of the pill (often starting very early in life, too)? I really wonder about this. Are women even wondering about that?
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(02-03-2020 01:46 PM)kel Wrote:  
(02-03-2020 12:14 PM)Augustus_Principe Wrote:  I'm not sure how old you, or other doubters of this are, but one big factor that is affecting millennial(my gen) women's fertility is their degenerate lifestyle, which include being on the pill for over a decade, countless sexual partners, an STD or 3, an abortion or 2, numerous Plan Bs, on top of a crap diet that messes up her endocrine system etc etc.

How much research has there been on the effects of very long-term usage of the pill (often starting very early in life, too)? I really wonder about this. Are women even wondering about that?

practically 0. Most of the research is done in the favor of birth control. If you bring up the topic of BC and how it may affect a woman's fertility, a woman will just say "well, all the research says it's safe to take and that there are no long term health effects" However, one doesn't need a lab coat to tell them that a pill designed to make a woman temporarily infertile will inevitably cause some sort of permanent damage. Just common sense. Also, most BC makers know how it disrupts a woman's endocrine system, so year after year, they quietly keep changing the dosage of estrogen in the pill.

Google is useless in trying to find studies on long term affects of BC, but if anyone happens to stumble upon one, please post.
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I married a woman a couple years older than me, shes a good woman and in good shape. We met when I was 26 and she 28
She is a kind hearted excellent mother and companion the only downside is her age 39 now which means no more children for us but I really would love to have some more.
I wouldn't swap my woman now OP but if you have every option and want lots of kids then don't go for older
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(02-03-2020 02:29 PM)Augustus_Principe Wrote:  ...a pill designed to make a woman temporarily infertile will inevitably cause some sort of permanent damage...

As far as I know, the pill doesn't make a woman temporarily infertile. While on the pill, the woman still conceives but the embryo does not get implanted in the uterus. Instead, the woman's body flushes the embryo out.

In other words, "birth control" pills are really abortion pills. They just don't tell you that because that would cause women to think twice about using them.

The reason drug companies get away with not disclosing this is because if the woman loses the embryo before it is implanted in the uterus, she is technically not considered to have been "pregnant." Therefore, it is technically accurate (although very deceptive) to say that the pill "prevents pregnancy."
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(02-03-2020 02:29 PM)Augustus_Principe Wrote:  
(02-03-2020 01:46 PM)kel Wrote:  
(02-03-2020 12:14 PM)Augustus_Principe Wrote:  I'm not sure how old you, or other doubters of this are, but one big factor that is affecting millennial(my gen) women's fertility is their degenerate lifestyle, which include being on the pill for over a decade, countless sexual partners, an STD or 3, an abortion or 2, numerous Plan Bs, on top of a crap diet that messes up her endocrine system etc etc.

How much research has there been on the effects of very long-term usage of the pill (often starting very early in life, too)? I really wonder about this. Are women even wondering about that?

practically 0. Most of the research is done in the favor of birth control. If you bring up the topic of BC and how it may affect a woman's fertility, a woman will just say "well, all the research says it's safe to take and that there are no long term health effects" However, one doesn't need a lab coat to tell them that a pill designed to make a woman temporarily infertile will inevitably cause some sort of permanent damage. Just common sense. Also, most BC makers know how it disrupts a woman's endocrine system, so year after year, they quietly keep changing the dosage of estrogen in the pill.

Google is useless in trying to find studies on long term affects of BC, but if anyone happens to stumble upon one, please post.

Instinctively I find this to be true. When my wife immigrated to Canada, one of the first things her Canadian friends said, was "get on the pill!!!!". She fought it, but eventually met a nice guy and started taking the pill. Two years later she met me. When I saw that she took the pill, I just said to her, "You take the pill? Why?" She said something along the lines of not wanting a baby 'right now' and I just told her that I'd just blast on her tits for the time being. So she got off the pill, and said she was waaaay happier.

When young couples tell me that they are hoping to get married and start a family, one of the first things I say is, "get off the pill now. ASAP"

Who the hell knows what kind of hormonal rodeo that shit is playing in their lady parts.
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(02-03-2020 03:16 PM)Rob Banks Wrote:  
(02-03-2020 02:29 PM)Augustus_Principe Wrote:  ...a pill designed to make a woman temporarily infertile will inevitably cause some sort of permanent damage...

As far as I know, the pill doesn't make a woman temporarily infertile. While on the pill, the woman still conceives but the embryo does not get implanted in the uterus. Instead, the woman's body flushes the embryo out.

In other words, "birth control" pills are really abortion pills. They just don't tell you that because that would cause women to think twice about using them.

The reason drug companies get away with not disclosing this is because if the woman loses the embryo before it is implanted in the uterus, she is technically not considered to have been "pregnant." Therefore, it is technically accurate (although very deceptive) to say that the pill "prevents pregnancy."

So on top of manipulating the woman's endocrine system, she is also having multiple, unknowing abortions throughout the time she is taking BC... its even worse than how I initially explained it then. Sad.
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(02-03-2020 03:50 PM)Laner Wrote:  I just told her that I'd just blast on her tits for the time being.

Classic line, works every time.
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(02-02-2020 12:02 PM)MajorStyles Wrote:  My takeaway is that 400,000 eggs is more than enough to have a child then....even two or three. After all, you only need one egg.

Moreover, if you tell women over 30 that they’re infertile, they will disagree. Their reasoning is simple and valid….they have countless female acquaintances and frenemies that procreated after 30. So their personal experiences will override the claim.

On some level, these women are right. If I hear that it’s statistically improbable to do something, and I personally know 30-40 people that accomplished that thing, I would be skeptical.

I agree, this makes perfect sense. We don't hear much about the unsuccessful cases, but in my personal life mid to late 30's doesn't seem to be a problem either.

What are people's thoughts on women who are 35 for guys who want 2 (possibly 3) children?

I'm thinking it's just running the risk too much (for such a high stake thing as my future children) and putting huge pressure on the relationship to start pumping them out.

i.e. absolute best case scenario is starting a relationship at 35, engaged/married within a year, pregnancy start at 36, first kid just before 37, second kid 18 months later at 38.5... it seems to be cutting it close be trying for that third at 40.

Yet, on the other hand, a close friend became accidentally pregnant at 41.

I ask because I know more than one amazing women who tick all the boxes and are 35 (women who fell for the career scam but are not SJW's and are very lovely people). Maybe it would be OK if you accepted 2 might be the max.
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(02-03-2020 06:45 PM)PixelFree Wrote:  
(02-02-2020 12:02 PM)MajorStyles Wrote:  My takeaway is that 400,000 eggs is more than enough to have a child then....even two or three. After all, you only need one egg.

Moreover, if you tell women over 30 that they’re infertile, they will disagree. Their reasoning is simple and valid….they have countless female acquaintances and frenemies that procreated after 30. So their personal experiences will override the claim.

On some level, these women are right. If I hear that it’s statistically improbable to do something, and I personally know 30-40 people that accomplished that thing, I would be skeptical.

I agree, this makes perfect sense. We don't hear much about the unsuccessful cases, but in my personal life mid to late 30's doesn't seem to be a problem either.

What are people's thoughts on women who are 35 for guys who want 2 (possibly 3) children?

I'm thinking it's just running the risk too much (for such a high stake thing as my future children) and putting huge pressure on the relationship to start pumping them out.

i.e. absolute best case scenario is starting a relationship at 35, engaged/married within a year, pregnancy start at 36, first kid just before 37, second kid 18 months later at 38.5... it seems to be cutting it close be trying for that third at 40.

Yet, on the other hand, a close friend became accidentally pregnant at 41.

I ask because I know more than one amazing women who tick all the boxes and are 35 (women who fell for the career scam but are not SJW's and are very lovely people). Maybe it would be OK if you accepted 2 might be the max.

As someone has suggested, make them do some fertility test. If they are serious about being with you and creating a life together, she will not hesitate to do this. You should get yourself checked out too so that she can see you are serious. I have suggested earlier to ask her about her past. How long was (is) she was on BC, abortions? how are her drinking habits? is she a drug user? Smoker? promiscuous? etc etc. The longer she has a lived a healthier lifestyle, the better the chances are of her having healthy eggs left.
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(01-29-2020 11:34 AM)lookslikeit Wrote:  Here is a quick one that can tell you about a woman: Her phone. I've found that most woman will break, smash, make dirty, add weird cases, etc.. to their phones. It doesn't matter if it's a $1200 iphone and they are broke college students, they'll still treat that expensive piece of hardware miserably.

I can understand if you are a carpenter and work in a volcano that your phone can get damaged (and then, don't buy an expensive one) but if you are working on a desk and have relatively little adventure beyond your daily commute, I expect your phone not to be cracked.

That's a bizarre rule. Mine is cracked. The only thing it says about me is that phones are not important to me and I'll stick tp my old phone until I'm forced to buy a new one.
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Marrying a girl in her mid 20's is fine. Not sure why you would want to get married at all, of course, but if you're ready to take on that massive risk to your health, wealth, and happiness, then yes a wife in her mid 20's is plenty of time to have 5 kids or more.
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(02-04-2020 12:31 PM)gringoed Wrote:  Marrying a girl in her mid 20's is fine. Not sure why you would want to get married at all, of course, but if you're ready to take on that massive risk to your health, wealth, and happiness, then yes a wife in her mid 20's is plenty of time to have 5 kids or more.


We have to get married in order to continue civilization. As the forum has taken a new direction, we are figuring out ways to navigate ourselves in order to find the best potential wife possible.
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(02-03-2020 06:45 PM)PixelFree Wrote:  
(02-02-2020 12:02 PM)MajorStyles Wrote:  My takeaway is that 400,000 eggs is more than enough to have a child then....even two or three. After all, you only need one egg.

Moreover, if you tell women over 30 that they’re infertile, they will disagree. Their reasoning is simple and valid….they have countless female acquaintances and frenemies that procreated after 30. So their personal experiences will override the claim.

On some level, these women are right. If I hear that it’s statistically improbable to do something, and I personally know 30-40 people that accomplished that thing, I would be skeptical.
What are people's thoughts on women who are 35 for guys who want 2 (possibly 3) children?

I think the idea is feasible, provided the woman is right (I realize that I am probably in the minority in this regard on the forum).

I think the bigger challenge in this regard is not fertility; rather, as I alluded to earlier, it’s finding a woman with a malleable personality. From my experience, a woman’s personality tends to deteriorate with age: i.e. they become more aligned to a feminist narrative.

Also, because they have “baby rabies,” they are often more centered on their procreation needs than they are with the requirements of the suitor. Therefore, they are more likely to tell you what you want to hear (and obfuscate their negative traits). If you marry a woman like this quickly, you can later find that she has hidden some valuable information: i.e. a pill addiction, a history of multiple gang bangs, etc.

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