By thankshun13 - 07/09/2012 02:45 - United Kingdom
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18- While I agree with your comment, your bio states you try not to offend people, but you kinda went a little crazy on 2. Also 68, just don't admit your gonna get thumbed down. Even after you do in fact get thumbed down. There, now we can all be one happy community!
I guess from the new life inside you thing it makes sense, but I'm curious if he remembers how the baby got there in the first place?
He has no consideration for your feelings. Especially knowing how hormonal and emotional you will be. What a jerk OP. fyl
I agree... There aren't too many relationships where people are actually this open with their feelings/thoughts. Give him time he will come around. He could just act uninterested in you at all and not say why. Think about how much worse that would make you feel? Just explain that the sex actually feels Better while pregnant and he has nothing to worry about if he is worried about the baby.
#53 is right. As he's just as entitled to his feelings as anyone else in the relationship. And if it so happens he's not down to getting funkay with you while your pregnant there's really not much you can do, and pressuring him would make him uncomfortable. That sucks though OP. Maybe later on in your pregnancy you might not even be interested in sex. Later in my term sex became painful for me.
I agree, it was a messed up way of telling her his feelings. Yes communication is always a good thing, but did he seriously have to say she repulses him? He could have came up with a nicer way of letting her know how he feels, especially if HE got her knocked up in the first place. That would have brought me to tears if my man had said that to me while i was pregnant.
Does he find the thought of anything sexual repulsive, or just actual intercourse? If it's the latter, that leaves room for something at least :)
65- Like, you're afraid to lance the fetus with your monster-sized sword penis? Or to violently shake it and cause some sort of damage? Babies grow inside a jelly sac filled with fluid. If it were really that easy to hurt the infant, childbirth would be a whole lot easier...
He seriously doesn't want to have sex for 9 months? Actually, it'll be more than nine months...unless you plan on having sex the day after you give birth. I am thinking after even a couple weeks he will change his mind. If not, that's rather worrisome.