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  Dilwann  |  27

Honestly, if your hubby didn't want you to get pregnant, you do deserve that. Forcing a child upon someone is an awful thing to do, and that goes both ways.

  ZombieSazza  |  34

How do you know the husband "does t want a child"? Are you psychic or some shit?

I wish people on this site wouldn't come to conclusions like this, it's fucking ridiculous!

  HowieDoIt  |  21

59, calm down buddy. she said im her comment she was the one who wanted to get pregnant, it's implied he didn't, or else she wouldn't say what she did.

  SApprentice  |  33

54- They could have been trying for a child, or it may have been an accident. Regardless, it takes two to tango, and creating a baby is always a risk you run when you have sex. She's not forcing it on her husband, because he would have already been aware of the risks when he had sex with her. Sure, there's a slim possibility that OP could have faked being on birth control or something of that sort, but the majority of people don't actually do that kind of thing. The only way that I could see him being morally exempt from being supportive of her and that child would be if the two of them had a prior agreement that they would not have children together. Otherwise, he's her husband, and it's time to take responsibility for what they have done. He can't just refuse to deal with it if there was no foul play involved and he was aware of the risks, or if he was aware that his wife would likely not be having an abortion should they accidentally make her pregnant.


59- You're coming to the conclusion that the husband wanted the baby just the same as 54 came to the conclusion he didn't, there just isn't enough information. For all we know her husband just doesn't have time and OP percieves it the way she does, but again not enough info. All we can do is either hope OP replies with more info or we just trust what is said.

  ThatOneChick856  |  36

#69- I know this is old, but I just wanted to throw in my opinion. I agree with it all up until the "morally acceptable to not be supportive" point. As you said, they were BOTH aware of the risks and they BOTH decided to take that chance- prior agreement to not have kids or not. She shouldn't be the only one dealing with the pregnancy because he doesn't feel like he should be supportive because it's JUST as much his fault this happened as it is hers. So no, he still must be supportive of and caring for her, whether he is grumbling under his breath as he does it or not.

  spazz666  |  18

If OP's husband won't even give her a massage while she's pregnant, something tells me he might be the kind of person who doesn't even want to look at her let alone have sex with her.

  Rumbelle_fml  |  22

#60, I'm sure by that point the kid will also be old enough to think "Oh, hey, this is shaped like a dick". If they're old enough to ask about vibrators, then they're old enough to know what a penis looks like.