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Jennifer Aniston has a great reply to everyone who wonders if she's ever going to have a baby.

Jennifer Aniston has something to say about her womb. She should be the only one, right?

She's totally right. Just think of all the tabloids about her (up till now) nonexistent baby that have had no basis in reality. She's a talented 45-year-old actress. Why are we supposed to care about the state of her family tree?


We almost never do this for male stars. Tell me if you've ever seen covers like this before:

Looks unfamiliar, right? If anything, George Clooney's tabloid covers include his wife on the cover with maybe something about a baby bump. ( Oh wait, I'm right. I didn't even have to Google it first.)

Fun fact: Ricky Gervais is never having children because he thinks there are too many in the world already.

Can you imagine what would happen if Jennifer Aniston said that?

There's a reason you've never seen this before about a man. It's because a man's worth is not automatically connected to having a family.

I leave you with something else Aniston said during her interview with "Allure":

It's totally sexist to think a woman's life is not complete if she doesn't have children. We never think that way about men. This is not the way a civilized society is supposed to be.

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