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Does a woman's "biological clock" really exist?

I have been seeing a lot of commotion on here about women's biological clock about "not being able to have kids" once she reaches a certain age.

But the reality is, if a woman truly wanted children , she will have kids. It is my ultimate life goal to have children. If I remain unmarried by the time I am 34/35, I am going to have a child. I can build my own family. I just don't understand why women pressure themselves to get married so they can have children. And when you're pressured to get married: you close your eyes and marry some random dude , you're bound to be divorced in a matter of years.

why worry about not being able to have children when you're clearly fertile enough to have children?
Taking a look at our country's whopping 46% divorce rate, its marriage really necessary to having kids? Almost half of all

On the other hand, men won't ever have a chance of having children unless he gets the attention of a woman under 40. He would have to sit there and wait, as their looks fade and sperm quality deteriorates. Their chances of having kids decreases with age because nobody is physically attracted to an old man way past his prime. why would a young woman pick an old ugly old man if she can get a handsome young man?
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The reason why I asked this question was not about "Can women have kids at 60?"

The reason why I asked this question is because I see a lot of these FERTILE 35 yr old women worrying about not being able to have kids. why the living fuck would you worry about not being able to have kids, IF YOU'RE STILL FERTILE?
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Women never have to worry about not being able to have kids. We are baby machines. Sperm is not hard to get. Why would you worry about infertility or menopause?

Only men have to worry about never having kids since he has absolutely no control over when he finds the right person to marry.
Does a woman's "biological clock" really exist?
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