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My grandmother said there were situations causing her to ask about possibly becoming pregnant (didn't want to be) and her doctor always told her "The ONLY woman that CAN'T get pregnant is a dead woman.".

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The patch isn't a 100% fix and he isn't ready for children, also the fact that the OP is rushing this means she would be more likely to be the cheater, not the fiancé considering. You are just assuming the guy is at fault either because he's in the closet or he's unfaithful, with no evidence to contribute your claims, which makes them ridiculous.

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Actually, yes, his "irrational fear" of getting his spouse-to-be pregnant DOES give him the right to refuse to have sex. It's called consent. If she were to make him have sex despite him saying he doesn't want to, it would be rape. Which is illegal. Rather importantly, that "irrational fear" as you called it? It's a hell of a lot better than not caring, getting someone pregnant, and then leaving a child either with a single parent or in the foster system. Now that's a shitty

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Pretty much being human gives us the right to deny sex for as long as we want to so... And they're not married, so he's not her slave yet.

Ah yes, the typical mindset many people think a male has- If he doesn't want to have sex, he's cheating or gay! Newsflash: men aren't walking dogs in heat, they don't always want sex and do not have to have sex if they don't want to. The fact that he's scared he's going to get his fiancee pregnant makes it seem as if he might be a virgin, which would be a plausible reason to be afraid to do it. And even if he's not, he still has a right to be cautious and not want to put out.

Either reassure him and get things started in the bedroom, or become best friends with your toys until he comes around.

Well, the implementation still is not a sure fire method of preventing pregnancy. Condoms and meds also help if you're trying to avoid childbirth.

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