You have dreams: to go to college, play basketball, travel the world, open a bakery, climb Mt. Kilimanjaro, teach chemistry, go to outer space, act on Broadway. For the past half-century, this was the promise for women in the United States. We had the right to decide when and whether to become mothers. We could finish school, find a career, and have a family when we were ready — a right that women have around the world.