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Photographer Refuses To Document Woman’s Birth, Saying C-Section Is Not Real Birth

A photographer turned mean when the expectant mom told her she was going to undergo a C-section.

Faye Williams





Motherhood is one of life’s glorious experiences. It is a privilege to nurture children. Women become mothers in many ways — by giving birth naturally, via a C-section, through adoption, and some become default guardians or stepmoms of kids. No matter how they become moms, it is normal for women to document the experience. Having a child is a fabulous milestone.

These days, there are photographers specializing in pregnancy photo shoots and birth photo shoots. An expectant mother in Oregon contacted a birth photographer and they exchanged messages via text. The expectant mom was about to book the photographer’s services when a complication came up.

Many moms want to document every detail of ther pregnancy.

When the photographer found out that the mom was going to give birth via a Caesarean section operation or C-section, she declined to take the job. The photographer’s explanation on text is nothing short of shocking.

Apparently, the photographer sent this text message to the mom:

“A surgery isn’t birth, my dear. You aren’t giving birth. You are having a surgery to remove your baby from your abdomen. That is not birth no matter how you swing it and I for one don’t want to be there to take pictures of it. If you decide to give motherhood a go from the get and have an actual birth let me know and we can schedule your session.”

The photographer even added:

“This motherhood job is hard, if I were you I would think twice about starting such a job by cutting corners so early in the game.”

It went viral after it was posted on the Sanctimommy Facebook page.

The expectant mom then wrote,

“I had no idea birth photographers discriminated people for how they birth their babies but that’s good to know. Have a nice day.”

The issue became viral as netizens weighed in on the unnecessary shaming of the mom who was due to have a C-section.

For the record, there are women who have to undergo C-sections due to health reasons. Nobody has the right to shame women who have to undergo these operations to give birth.

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Man Buys Mushrooms At Store He Rarely Visits, Walks Out $5 Million Richer

A man who doesn’t believe in luck on lottery bought a ticket from grocery he rarely visits and won $5 million!

Donna Marie Padua



While the probability of hitting the jackpot in a lottery may be very slim, some still keep on trying their luck in the hopes of becoming instantly rich . Besides, no one ever knows when luck will come knocking at your door.

For a man who doesn’t even believe in lotteries, taking home millions of dollars as a prize totally comes unexpected. John Lewis is one of those who have never bought lottery tickets as he thinks they are just a waste of money. But one night he did and his first time to scratch a card gave him a fortune that could support him for the rest of his days.

John Lewis was once an unbeliever of lottery - until he won $5 million!

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Little Girl Casually Finds ‘Excalibur’ at the Bottom of the Same Lake Where It Was Thrown

The seven-year-old girl looks kick-ass while holding the legendary sword.




Seven-year-old Matilda Jones from Norton, Doncaster in South Yorkshire, England was paddling in Dozmary Pool in Cornwall with her father, Paul, when she casually stumbled upon a four-foot long metal sword resembling the legendary Excalibur. It is suspected that the sword, found in the same lake where it was supposedly thrown according to the King Arthur myth, is about 20-30 years old and was probably an old film prop. Nevertheless, Matilda was pretty psyched with her discovery.

Matilda had just heard about the legend of King Arthur from her dad shortly before her discovery. She was fascinated with the story, and it was an amazing coincidence for her to find the "Excalibur" during a holiday with her family.

Matilda's curiosity led to a pretty awesome discovery.

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Woman Confessed ‘Having A Lover Makes Me A Better Wife’

She said it’s a “win-win” for everyone.

Susie Steck



It takes a super woman to be a good wife. Yes, being a wife is not easy. It means she needs to be a nanny to take care of the kids every hour, be a chef to cook for the kids and husband every day, be a housekeeper to clean the house the whole day, and be a nymph for her husband every night. Being a good wife could also mean there will never be enough time for herself to unwind, travel, have her moment of solitary, or even do simple things like running to the bathroom to pee.

All wives are not perfect. They can also feel weary, exhausted, emotionally and physically drained, and cranky. And taking care of another person's mess sometimes brings out the worst in typical good wives, to the point that their relationship with their husbands may suffer.

This is not the case with Savvanah Whitman, not her real name, whose husband, Austin, is quite supportive. Austin even allowed her to have a lover to recharge in case she starts feeling insane from her life as a mother, wife, and a PhD student.

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