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USA Today has breaking biological news as Al Pacino's going to be a father again at 83

You might have heard by now that actor Al Pacino is reportedly going to be a father again at the age of 83:

Normally I don’t cover things that are usually more fitting for sites like TMZ, but the USA Today’s framing of the above story simply speaks volumes — none of them good — about how far “science” has fallen thanks to the new fad of denying reality:

Translation: Men and women are different (that’s actually controversial these days).

The latest inequity has been spotted:

At age 83, Al Pacino is about to have a baby with his 29-year-old girlfriend. Robert DeNiro, 79, recently welcomed his seventh child with a younger partner, too.

The actors are just two recent examples of older male celebrities having children with younger partners. And while those on the internet are debating the ethics of conceiving a child so late in life, their ages and age gaps with their partners also represent a frank truth that has long been felt by many: Women face a constantly ticking biological clock that impacts many facets of their lives, and men, simply, do not.

Pacino and DeNiro’s recent headline-making announcements might sting for some, making this inequity harder to ignore, experts say.

That’s a long way of saying this:

Can USA Today please define “woman”? Also according to the current “rules” couldn’t any women just identify as men and extend that biological clock? This is all so confusing.

Not as bad as USA Today’s chainsaw bayonet attachment take but it’s up there.


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