Men dating pregnant women

14-Nov-2019 00:15

(joking really but it's a throw back to one of my all time favorite threads that still makes me lol)It grosses me out too.

I was practically in attack mode for 2/3 of my pregnancy, so I guess I can understand wanting sex while pregnant but I just don't think I could involve my baby with another man like that.

Maybe once the mom is settled and adjusted to having a new LO in her life, then by all means go for it, but until then I get the feeling that her priorities are skewed.

Pregnant women shouldn't have sex with men who are not the fathers of their babies because it can change the DNA of the baby.

If she doesn't respect the biological father, that is a bad sign. If I wanted to raise kids, I'd rather if they were biologically my own rather than somebody else's.

Just my opinion, not that I have any problems with the concept of adoption or step-parents.

Just like in that previous thread about disclosing a boyfriend in a conversation, if it's a situation with possible romantic overtones she should tell you as soon as it's possible without it being a non sequitur.

A lot of the comments here so far can be boiled down into "don't date manipulative women;" pregnancy really has jack-all to do with it.

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Too many women push the father out for the most selfish and entitled reasons.Also, "don't date people who aren't over their exes." Neither of which can be easy to tell, but still.One of the main considerations I would have is that in less than nine months, she's going to be a sleep-deprived, hormonal mess who literally isn't going to have any free time for months.As for the sex, there's a bit of an ick factor for me having sex while pregnant regardless if he's the dad or not. I know, when I had sex while pregnant , it only felt ok because it was the father of my baby anyway, but I couldn't even imagine having sex with someone when they're not the father. I've heard of women brag about how they still get hit on while pregnant and all I can think is "EW."I feel it's awkward and also sort of gross.One of my managers at my work met her now fiancé when she was seven months pregnant with her ex's child. I totally understand that, I know that while pregnant you're more emotional plus you tend to feel a little insecure. She planned this pregnancy with her boyfriend, she stopped taking her BC in Jan, they got pregnant in Feb, and she broke things off with the boyfriend in March.

Too many women push the father out for the most selfish and entitled reasons.

Also, "don't date people who aren't over their exes." Neither of which can be easy to tell, but still.

One of the main considerations I would have is that in less than nine months, she's going to be a sleep-deprived, hormonal mess who literally isn't going to have any free time for months.

As for the sex, there's a bit of an ick factor for me having sex while pregnant regardless if he's the dad or not. I know, when I had sex while pregnant , it only felt ok because it was the father of my baby anyway, but I couldn't even imagine having sex with someone when they're not the father. I've heard of women brag about how they still get hit on while pregnant and all I can think is "EW."I feel it's awkward and also sort of gross.

One of my managers at my work met her now fiancé when she was seven months pregnant with her ex's child. I totally understand that, I know that while pregnant you're more emotional plus you tend to feel a little insecure. She planned this pregnancy with her boyfriend, she stopped taking her BC in Jan, they got pregnant in Feb, and she broke things off with the boyfriend in March.

Once i get older things might change but now absolutely not.