Facebook Post Against Fertility Shaming Goes Viral

Emily Bingham is speaking out against people who ask women about what their reproductive plans.
2:49 | 09/28/15

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Transcript for Facebook Post Against Fertility Shaming Goes Viral
this morning's hot button. One writer taking a stand against people asking people when they plan to have children. Kayna Whitworth has the details. Reporter: 33-year-old Emily Bingham is a free lans journalist making a call for action to stop the futile fertility questions. Her posts gaining worldwide support. Women everywhere want to keep their private matters just that. Private. An uproar online after Emily Bingham posted a Facebook rant begging everyone to stop the reproductive plan questions. The post, shared almost 40,000 times. Even if it feels like not a big deal to you, it might be a really big deal to the person that you're asking. Reporter: Bingham posting a random ultrasound image she found on the internet to catch emp's attention and writing this is just a friendly P.S.A. That people productive and procreative plans are none of your business. Saying the post was inspired after her friend had to go through a stressful and heart-wrenches year to get pregnant with her son. I couldn't believe it. It's none of your business whether there's baby two or three or only one. Reporter: Model and fab life co-host Chrissy Teigen, married to singer John legend, opened up about that painful question. Anytime somebody asks me if I'm going to have kids, I'm like, one day, you're going to ask that to the wrong girl. I hate that. I hate it. Stop asking me. Yeah. This issue also hits close to home for Bingham who at 33 years old is sick of being asked when she's going to have a baby. When they find out I've never been married and don't have children, the next question is, do you want to? It's insinuated or explicitly said that the clock is ticking. Reporter: She strongly believes it's a permit question that no one has the right to ask. Writing, bottom line, whether you're a wannabe grandparent or a nosy neighbor, it's absolutely none of your business. She says instead of asking the deeply personal questions, just ask questions that open the door for people to share if they want to. That shows you're excited and interested in their life, not just if they're having a baby or not. She says simple things like, ask people what are they spited about? What are they working on? Anything new? Any news? You could skirt the issue. It mat

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