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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?The General Social Survey has a variable, AGEKDBRN, which asks respondents when their first child was born.Below I limited the data set as follows: 1) All responses are from the year 2000 and later 2) All responses are from women All the x-axes on the plots are age of the mother when the first child was born, while the y-axes are proportions across classes. In the first plot ~10% of women whose family wealth is less than 0,000 had their first child at 20.Even so, one could argue that these mainstream films reflect the desires of white America, or more to the point, white men, and not Black men, which up to this point is the only group of men I’ve dated.But with brothers I find, that they, too, have internalized a particular relationship to the body-type most associated with the mammy figure.In 15 states the law requires than health insurance cover infertility treatment.