Accordingly, an issue regarding dating is the subject of career timing which generates controversy. Some views reflect a traditional notion of 22 dating 27 year old roles. For example, Danielle Crittenden in What Our Mothers Didn't Tell Us argued that having both a career and family at the same time was taxing and stressful for a woman; as a result, she suggested that women should date in their early twenties with a seriousness of purpose, marry when their relative beauty permitted them to find a reliable partner, have children, then return to work in their early thirties with kids in school; Crittenden acknowledged that splitting a career path with a ten-year baby-raising hiatus posed difficulties.
Columnist Maureen Dowd quoted comedian Bill Maher on the subject of differing dating agendas between men and women: In studies comparing children with heterosexual families and children with homosexual families, there have been no major differences noted; though some claims suggest that kids with homosexual parents end up more well adjusted than their peers with heterosexual parents, purportedly due to the lack of marginalizing gender roles in same-sex families. It is increasingly common today, however, with new generations and in a growing number of countries, to frame the work-life balance issue as a social problem rather than a gender problem.
With the advent of a changing workplace, the increased participation of women in the labor forcean increasing number of men who are picking up their share of parenting and housework,  and more governments and industries committing themselves to achieving gender equality, the question of whether or not, or when to start a family is slowly being recognized as an issue that touches or should touch both genders.
Someone seems to be insecure that a black man has accomplished more then he has. Same as the people who are busy commenting that she must marry in her race, what is her race.
No, Egypt did not count, does not count and never will count. Egyptians were Turkish and European with a bit of Caribbean, blacks are from the sub-saharan region, aka very far below Egypt and had nothing to do with the rise and fall of Egyptian civilization.
You would like to believe your own garbage. Blacks have proven to be greater than all races. Why else would everyone spend so much time and money trying to hide their achievements.