Jennifer Aniston: Women Don’t Need a Man to Start a Family

Fabulous single lady Jennifer Aniston says that a woman doesn’t have to wait around for a man to become a mother.

The Bounty Hunter star spoke at a recent press conference for her new film, The Switch (which, coincidentally, deals with artificial insemination), and said that women don’t need to be married to be able to start a family:

Women are realizing more and more that you don’t have to settle, they don’t have to fiddle with a man to have that child. They are realizing if it’s that time in their life and they want this part they can do it with or without that.

Of course, a woman does need a man to be able to get pregnant, but Aniston insists that more and more women are finding that they don’t need to settled down with Mr. Right (or Mr. Not-Quite-Right) in order to have a family.

The 41-year-old actress reportedly got into a “testy exchange” with a reporter who insisted that Aniston’s character in The Switch was being “selfish” for having a baby without a father-figure for that child. Aniston insisted that women have “evolved” from the “traditional stereotype of family.”

Check out the trailer for The Switch below.

Everyone has been wondering when Aniston would be having a child, especially after she divorced husband Brad Pitt in 2005. In the words of PopEater, Jen has become “the most famous single woman on the planet,” so she has probably been wondering about the husband-baby situation for some time.

Of course, famous Hollywood moms have proven that you don’t need to have a husband to start a family. Even Jen’s alleged rival, Angelina Jolie, adopted a child before she got involved with Brad.

What do you think of Jen’s statements? Do you think this is a hint that Jen will be starting a family soon? Let us know what you think in the comments below.

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