I am 37, soon to be 38. I have been married for two years and after gynaelogical surgery last year was advised that I would require IVF in order to conceive. (my husband is not keen on ivf). It is possible I may never have children and so have to come to terms with this. I would like women who do not have children to be portrayed in a diferent light. We're not sad, not to be pitied and not "career women". (Incidentally I do have a career but also a mind, a life and a spirit). We are still women who are managing to live with an emptyness in their life. I would like other supports and strategies to be developed to help portray women like me in a positive rather than sad light. What do you think??
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