It has been a banner year for women who are pregnant or planning to get pregnant and their stories have sparked a global conversation on the importance of the Internet and online access.
But not everyone agrees on how much we should celebrate this moment in women’s lives and how much our society should be celebrating the pregnancy and childbirth.
Some women are sharing their personal stories, others are sharing the stories of others.
All of them have one thing in common: They want to have a conversation about the power of the internet.
The #PregnancyWoman Twitter campaign was launched this month to promote a movement for greater equality in the workplace, and the first installment of the campaign saw some of the biggest names in the business.
A handful of prominent women, including women in the entertainment industry, have also been featured.
The hashtag was launched by actress Shailene Woodley, whose Instagram feed has nearly 1.5 million followers.
She has been active on Twitter for over two years, but the hashtag has been especially active since she announced her pregnancy in May.
She posted about her pregnancy on May 8, but was later asked to take the time to share her pregnancy with her followers.
Woodley, who is in her mid-30s, said she was very fortunate to have had a great relationship with her husband of over 15 years, Steve, who has been supportive of her pregnancy.
But when she found out she was expecting her first child, she began the #PregnanciesWoman Twitter account, which she shared the birth announcement on May 17.
“It was really just the best thing that could have happened,” Woodley said.
“And the whole day I was just, like, crying, and I was in my kitchen and I just started to think about all of the wonderful things Steve has done for me and my family, and that I could do the same for my baby, and he would be able to do the exact same for me.
It was just a very powerful moment.”
Woodley has shared many of her personal stories on social media, including about her mother, who passed away in December.
Woodley is now pregnant with her third child, and has shared some of her thoughts on the matter.
“When you’re in the middle of a pregnancy and you’re just trying to keep your head up, you want to share as much as you can and keep the momentum going,” Wood, who had just finished working on the third episode of the new Netflix show “Nashville,” said.
“I think people are really excited about the potential of the baby, because they know that it’s a very real thing, and they’re excited about it being a child.
And they want to see how that develops, so they can be ready when it does.
I think people, especially those who are having kids, are really interested in the possibility of their child being something that will really help them be a better person.”
In a post shared on May 20, actress Shiloh Fernandez, who plays Claire on “American Horror Story: Freak Show,” said she is a proud mom and hopes to help the hashtag get more awareness and support.
“As a mom, I want to make sure that every time a person is feeling scared and overwhelmed and overwhelmed by a decision, it is a moment to have that conversation,” Fernandez said.
Fernandez, who was recently nominated for a Tony Award for best actress in a comedy series, is not the only celebrity sharing her story.
The hashtag is being used by the likes of Mark Ruffalo, who shared his story of finding his second son on Twitter on May 25.
And in a post on May 30, actress Jessica Lange shared her story of giving birth to her daughter, Lily, in New York City.
“What a beautiful experience it was,” Lange said.
“[I had] no idea it was a possibility, and it was such an exciting and humbling moment.
It took me by surprise.
And I felt like I was going to cry for hours, and then, of course, my baby girl came out, and all of a sudden I felt normal again.”
Lange is not alone in sharing her pregnancy, as the #IAMMOMMY campaign, which has also received support from actors Amy Poehler and Adam Driver, has been very active.
Poehler is also a member of the #BabyIAMMY movement.
Driver is also an active participant, but his wife, Lisa Rinna, has yet to share a pregnancy story on Twitter.
“We’re so thankful for the outpouring of support from so many women, especially in Hollywood, who are taking this journey together, but also, with the power that Twitter gives them, sharing it on the front end,” Rinna said.
Rinna said that the hashtag is an important way to celebrate women in their own right, and is not just a hashtag for men.
“Women in Hollywood are really