The writer always assumed she'd want more than one kid … until she didn’t. The feelings that arose about family, fear, marriage, and career were more complicated than she could’ve imagined.
The legal battle to “save” the former couple’s fertilized eggs raises an issue this IVF patient is intimately familiar with. And it could set an extremely dangerous precedent for all women.
The New York Times' Fertility Diary columnist explains why Facebook and Apple's recent announcement to cover employee fertility benefits can only be a good thing.
Our dog-loving columnist was ambivalent about having children for years. Until she got a chihuahua and realized she wasn’t.
In the wake of the sentimental Mother’s Day assault, one childless writer calls b.s. on biological clock extremists.
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