The research found women share a host of common misconceptions about ovulation, conception and other factors that impact their fertility.
“I wanted to fly up there with the birds. I just felt like I needed to be up there.”
Before 18-year-old Alyce Stevens Rohrer had learned to drive, she knew how to fly. This made her perfect to serve in the Women Airforce Service Pilots during the World War II era. Better known as WASP, this paramilitary aviation organization was formed to free male pilots for combat roles, thus employing qualified female pilots to ferry aircraft