Inside otherwise normal-looking blouses and dresses is a blended silver weave that supposedly prevents electromagnetic radiation from entering the womb. The clothes are some of the most popular products among new and soon-to-be mothers; the dresses cost $100. Kung asks a saleswoman if there's been a surge of buyers. Not yet, she says, adding that this item only sells after a couple months of pregnancy. She and her colleagues have been doing a bit of their own unscientific research, asking shoppers who arrive with a child whether they're planning to have second. She proudly tells her boss, "They say, they are considering!"
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