One was an open-ended "The laziest thing I've ever done:" to which Hudson answered with "Have a C-section!" The actress is now featured on the cover of the October issue of Cosmopolitan, and inside, the magazine published a questionnaire she filled out using prompts like: "The last photo I took on my phone", "What I do to de-stress", and "The laziest thing I've ever done".
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"I've had 3 C-sections".
'Then I guess I am lazy cause I had three. The interview asked a series of seemingly benign questions, like the last picture she took on her phone and what she does for "me time". Definitely not a fan anymore, ' another commented.
Another posted: 'Hey #KateHudson - please tell me which part of major abdominal surgery is "lazy"? The nine months of work prior?' someone wrote on Twitter. So, dear Kate, you might want to get on that ASAP - since that insensitive comment doesn't look like it's going to blow over anytime soon.
Having never produced a human, nor given birth to one vaginally or via caesarean section, I can't speak from experience, but I'm pretty sure child birth is one of the most painful, arduous, and exhausting experiences a woman ever has to go through.
"You need to be more cognizant of how you speak about childbearing", wrote one.
However, others have stuck up for Kate, with one fan posting: 'She was commenting about HERSELF.
The rate of C-sections in the United States was 33 percent in 2013 - well above the "medically necessary" target of 10 percent to 15 percent that the World Health Organization says is ideal, the Post said.
Many C-section mums on Instagram commented on her cover photo, explaining why they found it offensive and ignorant, as well as just another example of why women who don't have vaginal births are shamed by society. Some women are just too touchy about this subject.
Another added: 'Aren't we allowed to have our own birthing story? Hudson gave birth to now-13-year-old son Ryder via c-section.
Kate has previously spoken about her decision to have a C-section with Ryder and revealed that she elected to have one so that she didn't have to leave the hospital again. "Sounds exactly like something I would have said as a joke".
'We went in at midnight and I was like: "I am not going home".