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Date:8/21/2014 8:21:38 PM
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Hi Mango
Touching pregnant ladies' tummies now illegal in Pennsylvania.

Since there have been pregnant ladies, there have been people who randomly come up and start touching their bellies without warning, as if they’re at a petting zoo.

Some women grin and bear it, others get assertive, but these days almost all return home and then complain about it on Facebook. ("Tummy-touching isn’t OK just because someone’s pregnant!").

Now, Pennslyvania has made it illegal to touch the belly of a pregnant woman without her permission, pursuant to a harassment case against a man who kept tummy-touching a pregnant lady against her will.

A bit severe? Any pregnant lady will tell you no, not severe at all, in fact let’s go a step further and make it illegal to tell pregnant ladies how big they’ve gotten or ask if they’re carrying twins. Squak
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