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i am asking this question as i have had 2 kids and am preg with my third and from the previous occasions i get mixed feelings from my partner so was wondering if it was a turn off to males to be with a preg woman, if that makes sense.
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Posted Mon Feb 08, 2010 04:37 AM
Yes it is, and sometimes when our pregnant ladies beat us with the emotions...It can be a bit much. That may explain the mixed feelings part. lol But other than that, we LOVE IT!
Posted Mon Feb 08, 2010 08:28 AM
Well said man.
Posted Mon Feb 08, 2010 09:03 AM
Well, the father of my children never lost interest sexually speaking and was rather enthusiastic with my balloon shaped belly and the rather humoungous breasts that I grew while pregnant. He would always suck my breasts and had my milk, helped me turned around in bed so I was fully comfortable, and brag about how hot he found me. Besides, I can honestly say that he was the happiest man alive at the time just by knowing that I was carrying his baby.
In general, I don't think it's important that other men like you while pregnant... Penetrator made a good point regarding that. What's more important is how your partner sess you, and even more so, how being pregnant makes you feel. I loved the luscious hair I had, I was horny 24/7, had the best orgasms of my life while pregnant. Take ownership and embrace the experience as one of a kind... It's yours and no one else's.
Posted Mon Feb 08, 2010 01:56 PM
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Posted Mon Feb 08, 2010 07:11 PM
The morning sickness, wild mood swings, body changing shapes in a non-pleasant way, the strange cravings, the unfortunate thing it can do to her 'flower', and other little things. Do you really find that sexy? Ladies, would you still have a child without it wrecking havoc on your body?
I think what's at work here is the symbiotic nature of birth that helps form a bond, at least emotionally and mentally, for the woman that she loves. And that's awesome to have. But step back for a second and really look at what's going on. If a baby wasn't being born would anyone really want to go through that?
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Posted Wed Feb 10, 2010 12:55 AM
so naturally, i am not turned on by it.