Pink or Blue? Some Gender Reveal Parties Take Dangerous Turn

It was supposed to be a happy moment, a chance to declare the sex of a soon-to-be-born baby with a blast of color and burst of attention on social media.

  • Published 1 November 2019

It was supposed to be a happy moment, a chance to declare the sex of a soon-to-be-born baby with a blast of color and burst of attention on social media. But the gender reveal party explosion that killed an Iowa woman this weekend highlights the extreme lengths some families go to advertise on social media that they're expecting a boy or a girl. Gender reveal parties have grown increasingly popular and elaborate, with smoke, confetti… Read at AP News