[WATCH] Being Judged About My Diet as a Pregnant Black Woman

Chanta Patton is a hilarious friend of mine who let me into a few intimate moments during her first pregnancy. In this episode of the first #BBSeries, Black & Pregnant, she shares a story about a time where a few people around her, who were white, judged her eating habits, mostly because she kept her southern-based diet eating “full meals” of meats, greens, and potatoes.

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A particular woman who was pregnant at the same time as Chanta, and…well…white, had acquired a very “strict” diet and seemed to compare her meals to Chanta’s, for whatever reason. This, of course, bothered Chanta, and rightfully so. click can crestor cause fatigue example of creative writing essay cialis 20mg go site source site go to site resume format tabular form http://belltower.mtaloy.edu/studies/dialouge-essay/20/ 5mg propecia hair loss obat deflamat 100mg clomid https://sigma-instruments.com/can-you-purchase-viagra-at-walgreens-19286/ accounting essays african american essay writers see ideas for narrative essay topics buy topiramate no prescription europe pharmacy viagra https://www.innovativefitness.com/perioded/hauttyp-viagra/37/ go technology essays free pay to do social studies personal statement quaid e azam essay in urdu quotes cialis super active 40 mg download essay on digital india how to write a pam how to make assignment https://www.lapressclub.org/hypothesis/examples-of-open-university-essays/29/ doxycycline monohydrate 100 mg capsule prednisone and lupus https://chfn.org/fastered/paxil-and-coumadin/36/ how to start a personal experience essay Watch her detail her experience and how she comically handled being judged on her diet, which she mostly attributed to her being a Black and pregnant woman.

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