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Is It Wrong To Directly Ask A Woman About Her Baby Bump?

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– an online community for women at every stage of the fertility journey, from pregnancy to to – that listed a whole array of unwanted questions we should try to avoid.

These include some absolute floor-filling classics. You know, the ones that are rolled out at every birthday, Diwali, Eid, Christmas: “Are you married?” “When are you going to have kids?” “Was it planned?” “Can I play with the baby?” Turn it up, DJ, it’s the soundtrack to my womb.But there were a few others that felt less familiar to me.

For instance: “When are you going to give him a baby?” Or: “Why do you look like that?” Perhaps my partner’s ambivalence about parenthood and the fact that I have always looked like a nectarine left at the bottom of a backpack protected me from this sort of invasion.The report, titled , surveyed over 3,600 women across the UK and the US in September 2023, and – as you might have guessed – a lot of what came out was people talking about feeling invisible.

In fact, 30 percent of women said they felt invisible often, while 42 percent of women reported feeling invisible sometimes.

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