Gender-neutral maternity wear: Not all pregnant people want to wear pink

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In a society where flowers and pastels make up traditional maternity wear, Vanessa Newman, 20, and Michelle Janayea Nance, 22, have created an all-inclusive “alternity” lineButchbaby & Co. is aimed at expecting parents, regardless of sexual orientation, race, class or gender identification

Newman, Butchbaby’s founder and CEO, came up with the idea when she was a freshman in college and noticed the lack of clothing options for the LGBT community

“My friend and I realized that, being queer people, we can still have a family one day. We were both more masculine-presenting,” Newman tells Mashable. “As I became more plugged into the LGBT community and befriended more masculine women who were actually thinking about starting a family, they shared the same concerns.” Read more…

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Jay Z Lyric Change Hints That Queen Bey Might Be Pregnant Again

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Ring the alarm: Queen Bey may be expecting another child.

Rumors of a second Beyonce pregnancy abound after an alleged hint from Jay Z during the couple’s On The Run tour performance in Paris on Friday night.

In an Instagram video that first appeared on Vibe.com, Jay Z can be heard changing the lyrics in his song “Beach Is Better” from “I replace it with another one” to “pregnant with another one.”

Since the lyric change, fans have wondered if this could mean that Blue Ivy Carter is about to become a big sister.

Beyonce and Jay Z gave birth to their first child Blue Ivy in January 2012. But since the infamous elevator brawl between Solange and Jay Z in August, divorce rumors have plagued the couple despite their successful joint world tour. A heartfelt family hug between Jay, Bey and Blue Ivy at the end of Beyonce’s VMA performance, however, suggested that the couple is doing fine despite rampant speculation. Read more…

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