” “I can’t take these guys seriously.”“They don’t want the same things that I do.”Sound familiar?
They’re the responses you’ll hear from any single woman who’s actively hunting for real love when you ask what the dating scene is like in her town.
I found a pregnancy probability calculator online which I cross-validated with some of the literature.
Here is the for probability of pregnancy if you are trying in the natural fashion (the probabilities exclude women who are clinically infertile, which is a rather slippery category strongly dependent on age, so the older cohorts are probably much larger overestimates than the younger ones): The main focus is really the decade of the 30s for women.
But the roots of such terminology are a bit disturbing; it was postulated that the natives of the Caucasus exhibited the idealized physical appearance so the Caucasus were believed to be the birthplace of mankind.
The logic behind this idea — the assumption that Whites exhibit the best physical appearance — is implicitly racist.
I think RPM’s supposition is probably correct, people wanted a pretentious term somewhat less coarse than white, and since most people are geography-challenged, “Caucasian” sounds good if you want to pose as the Further enhancing the realism is doubtless the most non-Caucasian cast in Hollywood Bible movie history.
The reason is that there’s so much information, and much of it is skewed toward people who are undergoing treatment for infertility.
But why look when you can generate your own visualization?
Some of them haven’t been on a date in two or three years. COM: Why do these Black women feel they haven’t been on any dates?
TANA GILMORE: They feel like there are not enough quality men to go around in one place or there’s no one particular place to meet men of color.