When I went to Poland, I noticed there was a significantly higher number of young attractive women with families. The whole place seemed to be a lot more kid and family friendly than say places like Germany, which suffers from a sinking birth rate. I think in America (and you guys can correct me here), the age for motherhood is primarily influenced by social class and race. But I was thinking about less obvious factors...
Due to (((Hollywood))) and the media in general, women seem to think they can forever keep their youthful appearance and have the same value on the dating marketplace as they would have in their twenties.
They don't take into account that these are 1) celebrities who don't have a normal working/family life and 2) these celebrities are basically models that spend hundreds of thousands of dollars on plastic surgery to upkeep their appearance. Everything you see is also completely retouched and photoshopped.
I personally know career women who have become extremely bitter once they have hit their mid-thirties and start to notice that they are not receiving as much attention from men as they once had and that all the successful men have either married or date younger women exclusively. It's always around that age, when also about 90% of their eggs are useless, they realize that believing in feminism was one of the biggest delusions of their lives.
Do you think the Jewlywood/media pushes false promises to influence women?