“I’m Not Pregnant, This is Just My Belly” and Other Awkward Body Conversations with Strangers
Human Parts

Before pregnancy, I was a US size 8. I exercised five days a week. On a weekly basis people would offer me their seat assuming I was pregnant. One woman screamed down a crowded train carriage, “I’m so sorry, I didn’t see. Take my seat!” I’m now three months pregnant and am a US size 10. Not once has someone offered me their seat! You can’t win!

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