Sarah Schmid, from Halle, Germany, has six children and gave birth to all of them outside a hospital. After she had her first child with the help of a midwife, she had the rest of her children unassisted — one of them was even born in a Swedish forest. She decided to give birth to her sixth child at home, in their back garden, and uploaded the video on YouTube. After practising medicine for some time and seeing babies delivered, she became inspired to try free-birthing. Sarah wanted to be completely alone so husband Tim was not around during the birth to son Kiran. I knew he had fears about the birth — especially because it was unassisted. But I felt I had to deal with my own fears first.
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Simone Thurber is 43, a therapist, and a mom of four. Oh yeah—and more than 54 million people have watched her give birth in a stream. Let us explain: When Thurber was ready to give birth to her fourth child in , she knew she wanted this birthing experience to be different from the others. Her previous births had been at birthing centers and at home. Her plan for her fourth birth: To give birth in nature, unassisted. She'd watched a documentary showing Russian women giving birth in the Black Sea, and it inspired the trained doula on a "primal level," she says, to do something similar. At the time, Thurber was living in Melbourne, Australia, and she decided to head north to Queensland, where the weather is more tropical. She planned to give birth in the Daintree Rainforest, traveling with her partner, Nick, and children to the area a week before her due date.
A video compilation of women giving birth that was created by a birth photographer was removed by Facebook for violating community standards. She specialises in snapping the special moment when a baby first comes into the world, capturing the raw emotions of the parents as hours of pain result in a beautiful miracle. The three-minute video showcases a number of uniquely amazing births, documenting the blood, sweat, tears and love that come with bringing a baby into the world. The video has received a phenomenal response online, with over half a million reactions on Facebook and nearing a million shares. However, around seven months after the video was originally posted, Facebook removed it for allegedly violating community standards.