Actor and director Meagan Good was in her late 30s when she made the decision to freeze her eggs.
“When you say you’re not sure you want to be a mom, people look at you like you’re a bad person. As if something’s wrong with you,” Good, 39, told Romper. “But I was never really that girl who said, ‘I can’t wait to get married,’ ‘I can’t wait to be a mother.’ I was very much a tomboy, and I started my career so young that I’d always been very business-oriented.”
The “If Not Now, When?” star and director, who wed producer and author DeVon Franklin in 2012, took the first step on her journey to motherhood three years ago when she froze her eggs.