Anencephalie Info, submitted by tres dessert. I honestly can't imagine how horrifying it would be to carry a monster inside my stomach for nine months, only to have it come out dead or deformed. In such cases reality has dealt you a cruel and extremely harsh blow, but that does not mean it has abandoned you. At no point did reality say, "Hey, go play over there with your dead baby and get the hell away from me." Unfortunately some people wrongly come to this conclusion and so we end up with a site such at this one, offering horrible advice on how to properly photograph your dead baby so that you can have loving memories of the corpse that came out of you.

– Josh "Livestock" Boruff (@Livestock)

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