Thursday, July 25, 2013

Bittersweet Heart Break. Part 1 (True Story)

When I was in secondary school, I dreamt of being a wife and a mother. I desired so much to fulfil this dream that I was practically willing to marry the next guy that asks me out when I turned 30 and there still wasn't a man in sight. I didn't care what he was, I felt I could always make the best of any man that I met if only he'll ask me to marry  him. I was afraid that time was no longer on my side and I might end up never living my dream.

It's a big fat lie! Being 35 and above does not make you less fertile than a younger woman says a controversial new book.

I've always been of the opinion that the issue of having problems getting pregnant after 35 is not a universal one. I believe that African women (especially those without any natural fertility issues and those who haven't gone through lots of abortions) can get pregnant for as long as they want until they hit their menopause but all the books and doctors have always said otherwise and made it look like you've committed an unforgivable sin when you're above 35 and only just looking at getting pregnant for the first time.

Prime Minister of Britain, David Cameron vows to spread gay marriage around the world

Seriously, I don't get these people. If they want to legalize gay marriage in their country, all good and fine but why on earth will they want to ensure that they spread the virus all around the world? Could this be just a campaign stunt or is this guy actually an advocate of the devil?

Africa has said gay marriage is against their culture, it's not something they want to be involved in, why then, will a British Prime Minister who knows nothing about other people's culture vow to spread it around the world?