|It's an interesting idea, but when those women have no time to get a baby, how will they have time to care for the baby? Day-care is ok, but a child needs 24/7 care in the first months. They don't have the time to make out with John Doe, but think that they can handle a baby?|
I think they live in fantasyland, because when I have last visited a friend of mine who had a child some month ago, she quit her job to take care of the baby. You just can't work the normal load, when you have to get up at 2 at night and look after the crying baby and then get to the job at 5 in the morning. She is now doing a part-time job during the day, while her husband is still holding his job. And I think that good relationships are still possible, if there weren't so many traumatized women/men in the cities. Just go to Mexico or Spain and look at the women there. They are business women, but they still want and manage a family. They don't have this psychologic traumas and problems. But that's just my point of view of this issue.
Of course, everyone can do it that way, if he/she wants it, out of different reasons. But when they say they do it, because they don't have time to date a real man, then I'd gamble on it that they don't have the time and the will to take on the baby.