The latest in a series of pictures of pregnant women from around the world
More pregnant women than ever are heading out to the world to be photographed.
But this year, they’ve been doing so with less enthusiasm.
Here’s what you need to know about what they’re doing, and what you should do if you see one of these images on the news.
Pregnant women can’t go back to work, but they can’t leave the house, either.
They’re often confined to their homes or locked in, and their families have to pay for the privilege.
Some women in Japan and the Philippines are forced to work as domestic workers.
Many of these women, like the pregnant woman in the Financial Post article, have had to leave their homes and work at a distance to feed their families, and many have also had to return to work after having a baby.
The issue of pregnancy discrimination has been growing in Japan in recent years.
In 2013, Japan’s Ministry of Labor announced it was launching a pilot project to help pregnant women return to their jobs, and it recently announced a series that aims to address the issue by increasing women’s rights.
It is not the first time pregnant women have been targeted for discrimination in Japan.
In 2014, a Japanese man was arrested for trying to force a pregnant woman to give birth at his hotel room.