In the news this week, Apple and Facebook implemented programs, which allow their female employees to freeze their eggs. The idea is that the women will be able to focus on their careers, then have children later in life.
My cynical side is thinking that Apple and Facebook are just looking for a way to get out of paying for maternity leave. I would also point out what many people have already discovered: having children later in life is a good idea in theory, but in reality, it doesn't work so well. Once a woman is 35 or older, the odds of her having a healthy pregnancy dramatically decrease every year. But hopefully medical practices will improve on that front.
In other news, people made a fuss over the document the Catholic Church released. The final version of the document is set to be released today. I wonder what changes they're going to make, and what Pope Francis will do. I know he likes to throw out prepared scripts and make things up on the fly, but I hope he doesn't do that in this particular instance. The Bishops might be offended. (But not too offended, because he is their boss.)