Lex Jurgen - April 17, 2017
Wealthy women carry the burden of having to endlessly chatter over child bearing decisions. The majority of women in this world wait for the grunt that signals nine months from now they're going to be pushing out another kid they don't want. The former love to host galas to support the latter. Occasionally they'll jet into Chad to grab one of the surplus babies.
Chrissy Teigen took on the tough interview questions at Refinery29 such as "What are your tips for transforming a coconut water hater into a lover?". Vita Coco came up randomly came up in conversation. Here's your check.
Teigen discussed her harrowing experience of having a fifty grand IVF baby with spun sperm. She felt like she was "jumping into it". Easy for her to say. Let's hear from the laboratory workers who put in the hours. Teigen made clear that women who choose not to have babies should be lauded as well as the rare 120 million like herself who have kids each year.
I think it's really commendable to even doubt the process out loud, because I don't feel like people should be pressured to have children. I've never been that way with people, because I don't think any of us should assume all women's goals are to have kids. It's a choice!"
Aborting babies is a choice. Having babies is a choice. That's a ton of choice for women in relation to how often they express feelings of lacking choice. Also compared to men who often have no say in the process past Red Lobster after-dinner sex.
The heroism behind having a baby has only been around for the last few years of the six million years since humans split from chimps. It used to be a bodily function. For Westside women having one, maybe two, depending on the ability to divide nannies evenly, it's a lunar landing. Chrissy Teigen can't possibly have any special insights into motherhood, short of anchor babying John Legend. Nobody interviews the punter for his take on the game.
Photo credit: SI Swimsuit
Photo Credit: @Chrisstreigen / Snapchat