Woman's Facebook PSA: Stop asking people about baby plans

- An Ann Arbor woman's online rant about privacy is getting viral attention.

Emily Bingham recently posted an admittedly random ultrasound picture on her Facebook page. It was accompanied by two paragraphs about how people's reproductive and procreative plans and decisions are none of anybody's business.

She goes on to say you never know who is struggling with infertility or grieiving a miscarriage or going through relationship troubles - and that it's just plain wrong to ask people when they are going to have kids or if they're going to add siblings to the family.

Emily has already been interviewed by Good Morning America and The Daily Mail. Her post has been shared nearly 40,000 times. 

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