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Creating A New Discourse on Women, Birth, And Pregnancy
Jessica Resmond
FranceGALLERYCONVERSATION
We don't see images of childbirth on television because it's somehow considered gross or offensive - though plastic surgery is shown in full detail. We don't openly talk about menstruation either -...
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