How would you like to see your man pregnant, carrying a child that is your own?

@cream97 (29169)
United States
July 19, 2010 6:47pm CST
I truly think that this is disgusting. A man is not made out to be pregnant. That is not how God intended for it to be! We women, do get tired of the symptoms that we have during pregnancy. But to see men go through with carrying a child is just absurd. I don't want my husband to carry our baby. I will just bare the pain and birthing experience on my very own. http://purpleslinky.com/humor/male-pregnancy-time-for-your-man-to-carry-that-child/
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@CatsandDogs (13964)
• United States
20 Jul 10
In my way of thinking, I'd love for a man to live a life of a woman for a time in each stage of our lives so to experience what we go through to see why we do this this way and why we're cranky at times and so on so he'd have more respect of what we women go through. I think they'd give us more credit which in most, not all, cases is due. However, I wouldn't want him to carry my child either but if it would teach him some compassion, I'd let it happen for a time but not the whole pregnancy IF only we could do that..... LOL
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@Hatley (164755)
• Garden Grove, California
20 Jul 10
hi cats anddogs all men should work as orderlies for a few months mainly on the maternity ward so they can see first hand what women really go through.I think my husband by working as an orderly had gained a deep respect for what women endure and it made him a wonderful husband too.
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@emagyne (665)
• United States
20 Jul 10
I totally agree. I wish my daughters dad could have babies and i would do him just like he did me. Then and now. Then i wouldnt take care of it.
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@yspmyl (3438)
• Malaysia
19 Jul 10
It will be very different if a man can pregnant, I think this will definitely make many women happy if this can be realised. I as a man I know that pregnant is not an easy thing. You have to bear with all kind of pain, morning sickness and many more for at least 9 months. Cannot imagine if I can be pregnant one day!
@CatsandDogs (13964)
• United States
20 Jul 10
Now THAT'S a true sympathetic guy! Very few and far in between. (talking about you yspmyl)
@carmelanirel (20979)
• United States
20 Jul 10
I agree with you cream, and those pics are disgusting, a man doesn't look nearly as good as a woman when she is pregnant..
@mommyboo (13198)
• United States
20 Jul 10
I am not sure honestly that any man I know would want to do this. When I got pregnant, I WANTED to be pregnant. Then I had the WORST 20ish weeks being sick, sick, and more sick, whereas some people are NEVER sick at all, or they begin feeling better after the first trimester. Not me. Now not only do I think men probably shouldn't be pregnant, they do not have the correct plumbing or hormones. Could this be remedied, sure, with artificial means. That doesn't mean they are designed to do it and it could even cause them permanent harm. Pregnancy is not just a physical process, it is also a mental and emotional one, and I think that women are the ones who can handle it better in the long run.
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@mac_fish (723)
• China
20 Jul 10
Hi.mommyboo Quite right and scientific comments here,yes the fact is what as u say. Whatever,I feel this post raised by Cream are much more funny and meaningful than scientific,it makes me remind what my girlfriend told me when we have been together for around 1 year,"U should promise me that u give birth to our baby before we get married,coz I am afraid that"................
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@walijo2008 (4648)
• United States
21 Jul 10
I think it would be quite funny to see a man pregnant, and I also don't think I would want to see it. I think most men are big babies, and they wouldn't be able to handle it, and handle the pain of childbirth. We better just leave it up to us women to do it..haha.
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@voldrox (7205)
• India
20 Jul 10
!! i wish i hadn't seen those pictures in that link you provided cream, it's so ridiculous, well at least to me i don't know lol!.. to see that guy so happy to be carrying a baby hmmm... well well i should be asking this to my girlfriend!
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• Malaysia
20 Jul 10
I don't wish to see men pregnant. they are sort of ugly for me. It's better to leave how nature have it way. In fact, pregnant women looks more radiant every moment they are during the pregnancy.
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@moondancer (7434)
• United States
20 Jul 10
I have always said that if a man could just have one baby then he would never want to have another one. They think there is nothing to be pregnant. That women complain too much when they are. I said I wish my husband could just have one child just to see what it's like and what we go through. If they would just feel all of the emotional changes, the pains, and everything instead of the woman when we are pregnant then they would cut us a break from then on about having babies. lol I really would not like to see my husband have a child or carrying one, it's just not meant to be that way. It's not natural.
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@Hatley (164755)
• Garden Grove, California
20 Jul 10
oh cream as much as Ihated morning sickness and boy did I have it I loved so much of the experience of my first pregnancy. I think it would have been gross seeing my husband carry a baby. my G He got bored even waiting for an hour for me to dress shop;imagine him carrying a baby for nine long months. I am elderly now and a widow but I have always known why women are chosen to carry babies,men could not even take it, the pain, the long months, they were not designed for that. God's plan is the best going for all of us. I was thrilled to be carrying my first baby. and now he's a grown man and so smart and I am so proud of him too.
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@spalladino (17926)
• United States
20 Jul 10
LOL...I just imagined my husband pregnant! I agree, the thought of a pregnant man is disgusting...it's too far out there and definitely not as God intended.
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@katsmeow1213 (29029)
• United States
19 Jul 10
As much as I complained and hated being pregnant.. I think I probably would have been jealous if I hadn't been able to experience it. Sure it isn't pleasant.. but at the same time it's an amazing miracle that we're meant to experience. Especially the moment the baby is born.. you know the pain is over, and you look at the child and are amazed that you did this.. you created this perfect little being (sure he helped.. but you did most of the work). The only thing I'd really like is for men to be sympathetic of pregnant women. Only in movies are men caring about the aches and pains of pregnancy, and spoil the women rotten. Nope.. mine was giving me attitude over my mood swings and telling me I was acting like a child.. the jerk, lol.
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