Facebook's Egg Freezing Policy Isn't an Evil Plot

Frozen embryos and eggs in nitrogen cooled container Photograph by Ted Horowitz/Corbis

In retrospect, of course the move by Facebook and Apple to pay female workers to freeze their eggs would be greeted with some cynicism. An employer handing over $20,000 to facilitate delayed childbirth must be hoping for something in return— perhaps years of labor uninterrupted by soccer games and ballet recitals?

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