Yesterday's Tyra featured a debate between heterosexual single women who believe that husbands and children hold women back from reaching their full potential and married, heterosexual women who believe that women aren't complete until they've found a man and started a family.

The women who "represented" each lifestyle took extreme sides of the argument and it seemed like all of them were wrong. Nobody, at any point during the show, seemed cognizant of the fact that there isn't one "correct" choice, and that the only thing that ultimately matters is that women choose what feels right for them. (That, and that there are women who are not heterosexual who grapple with these same issues.)