The story of two pregnant women who squirted their baby and the story of their struggle to make it through pregnancy and childbirth is told by one of the most famous pregnant women of the 20th century, who survived cancer, her second child and a near-fatal fall from a building.
In “How to Get Pregnant from Your Belly,” author and broadcaster Anne Rice chronicles the life of Rita Ora, who was diagnosed with cancer in 1969 and survived two more years of treatment.
Ora became one of Hollywood’s most famous actresses when she starred in the hit film “Scooby-Doo and the Bullyfight” and in films such as “The Wild Bunch,” “The Man Who Came to Dinner” and “The Great Escape.”
She was also a writer and producer, known for writing “The Greatest Love Story” and producing “The Adventures of Tom Sawyer,” “Boys and Girls” and the TV show “The Mary Tyler Moore Show.”
Ora died in 2010 at age 94.
ORA became a pioneer of modern photography, creating an industry that still exists today.
Orakas body has been used for numerous films including “Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind,” “Goodbye, Grandma” and most recently, “A Walk in the Woods.”
In “Pregnant Women Squirting,” Rice takes us inside the story behind how one of Ora’s most recognizable photos went viral.
She also chronicles Oras incredible journey as a mother and a grandmother.
OREA: My story I was born on June 6, 1935 in a tiny village in the Russian republic of Sverdlovsk, in central Siberia.
I lived in the village for nearly two years, and I lived on the streets.
I was never in a school, I was a baby-sitter.
I spent the rest of my childhood in the countryside, mostly at home.
I went to school, but there was no one to play with me.
I always felt sad and lonely.
I had a bad attitude, so I started playing the piano and singing songs, and then I had the idea of going to school.
At school, the teachers were very strict.
We were told that if we didn’t learn something, we were going to be punished.
So we did a lot of homework, and that made me really happy.
I also wanted to learn about things that would help me with my future, so one day I bought a book called “The Pregnancy Handbook” and read all the books that were in it.
I read every chapter.
I bought an inexpensive sewing machine and started sewing my own clothes.
I started sewing the clothes that I liked.
I made lots of little patterns, and one day when I was making a skirt, I noticed that a couple of the patterns had the words “Sausage” and I thought, “Oh, that is the book that I want to learn to sew!”
So I bought another book, and a month later I bought the book “Pregnancy Handbook,” which was about pregnancy.
I finished the sewing of the first skirt, and the next day I went into the factory to see if I could sew some more.
I found a sewing machine, and it was a big machine, so it took me four days to sew two skirts.
So I decided to make a second skirt, which took me five days.
I got pregnant with my first child in June, but it was only after we were married that we were able to have the baby.
We had a lot more trouble in the first two years.
The first pregnancy was really bad, but in the third year I had three babies.
During the second pregnancy, my husband was seriously ill and I had to take care of him, and he was sick all the time.
I did all the work and I was the only one working.
I remember going to the hospital at the end of the second week, and my husband had to be hospitalized for three days.
The third pregnancy was very difficult.
The baby was very big and very healthy.
When we were giving birth, I had my arm around his neck and I cried.
He was so happy.
When the doctors told me that we had a child, I cried a lot.
I cried for two days.
One of my doctors told her, “It’s a bad thing to cry,” and I said, “No, it’s a good thing.”
Then I began to cry again, and she said, “‘What’s a baby crying?’
So I said: “It is the child who was born.”
The baby, when he was born, was so big and so beautiful that I couldn’t bear to watch him grow.
When I saw him again in the hospital, I said to him: “You have such a beautiful baby.”
So he was very happy, and now he was a boy