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Pregnancy is great in many ways, but it can also be really annoying and inconvenient. No, no. Yes, as a society, we tend to be pretty fixated on how pregnant women act and look while pregnant. Some of this stems from a place of well-meaning concern. Some of it stems from antiquated beliefs of how women in general should look and behave. And, of course and for some reason that I just cannot comprehend, some people feel as though they have the right to police women regardless, so controlling pregnant women is just par for the patriarchal course. The preoccupation with whether or not a woman wants to keep a pregnancy is never-ending.
This is especially true if the pregnant woman in question, regardless of what she decides to do, is of a lower socioeconomic class. Pregnancy mainly happens via sex , right although, yes, there are other ways for a woman to become pregnant? Why, then, are pregnant women treated as though they should be chaste the moment that positive pregnancy test turns up? This has never made any sense to me. Yes, I know people usually tell pregnant people to "relax" because folks know pregnancy is tiring , and I totally appreciate the thought.
OK, fine, you can have one cup of coffee, but no wine or beer. Alright, alright. Sometimes a glass of wine is OK, but definitely don't smoke cigarettes or cannabis. Oh, and put down that greasy pizza. Too many sweets are bad for you. Yes, a lot of the aforementioned is great advice because certain foods and drinks can be harmful to a growing fetus.
Let pregnant women make their own decisions. Most of us who are pregnant will be doing everything we can to ensure our future babies are healthy, so stop with the constant reminders. If a pregnant lady wants to go out dancing for a bit, damn it, leave her alone. One of the absolute worst ways society fetishizes pregnant women is by believing that simply because they are pregnant, suddenly it is alright to invade their personal space.
It's as though becoming pregnant also means becoming public property. Let her volunteer to share that information if she wants. Is the mom-to-be going to breastfeed? She better breastfeed. Is she going for an attachment parenting style or free-range parenting or who-the-hell-cares parenting? Will they circumcise their child? Are we this preoccupied about how people are going to raise their new puppy or kitten? See if any of the following rings true for you. July See All Trying Birth After. Raising Kids.Getting pregnant fetish
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