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Quotables: Tyra Banks Wants You to Impregnate Her Right This Instant

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“I’m really ready to have some babies. I want babies! I’ve always wanted them, but I’ve been saying ‘I want babies in three years’ since I was, like, 27. And now I’m 28. No, I’m 38 — I think it’s time. [My eggs are] going to be hard-boiled and fried and scrambled up in there, so it’s time to get those eggs working!”

Tyra Banks reveals her real thoughts on childbearing and NOT doing a monologue from How to Lose A Guy in 10 Days.

No, but really, does that sound crazy to you? Maybe it’s just because it’s crazy ol’ Tyra, but I feel like this sounds really crazy. Like, I feel like this sounds like something she’d say on a first date and then the guy would sort of giggle and then find a way to sneak out of the bathroom window, and she’d kept texting him things like “call me” and “I miss you” and “I think our DNA would mix really well.”

Also, the rumor is that Tyra is dating a 24-year-old male model. Girl. If that’s still going on, and you want that to keep going on, you better stop going on so hard about babies. Oh, and you better stop talking about your scrambled eggs. That’s just gross.

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  • “Women are born with a finite number of eggs. At birth, a woman has around 1 to 2 million eggs. However, throughout her life, a woman loses eggs through a destructive process called atresia. At puberty, only around 400,000 eggs remain. Throughout the reproductive life span, from puberty until menopause, women lose about 1,000 eggs each month. Of these thousand eggs, only one is released. Once released, it is picked up by the fallopian tube. If a couple has sexual intercourse around this time, fertilization (the joining of the egg and sperm) may take place.”

    Finally, according to the following article on “Menopause, Estrogen Loss, and Their Treatments ” from the UC Davis Health System ( ), “As a woman ages, her supply of eggs declines. Menopause occurs naturally after the woman’s supply of follicles has been depleted and menstruation ends completely. (Menopause may also be induced if the ovaries are surgically removed.)” So there you have it.

    Jeff Buzby, Ph.D.
    Children’s Hospital of Orange County