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    • danielm104

      well you can’t enforce it and a glass of wine is not advisable, but not worth getting in a row over…. an I love rows. If a woman drinks while pregnant, not just a glass of wine, she is being neglectful of a child before it’s even born. it’s good to see the idea of a father having a right to speak and be regarded by the mother, not just responsibilities. Things are bad here with family courts and views of father’s… but my god, in the u.s. it is appalling. Male statuary rape victims paying child support to their abuser???? men paying child support for children whom it is know aren’t theirs?  They need a better father’s rights, parents right, children’s rights body, don’t think Obama would be keen on that. Anyway, good comment. It goes to show, just because we have the right to do something… it doesn’t make it right to do it. Like if someone put me in a position where I could claim self defence as I was being menaced, so beat that person up… even though I knew I probably could have gone about it differently. Did he/she deserve it, yes, did I have the right to do it, yes…. was it right to do it, only I would really know …. but I think the right thing to do would be to use as little force as possible. Not out of regard for them, they threw away their right to safety when they threatened my safety, but for my own standards.

    • danielm104

      surely only male babies force, through the patriarchy!!!!! their mother to be unable to drink!? In fact it can be serious. Doctors have been saying crack babies seem to have massive foetal alcohol syndrome as the main harm, over crack… but jesus, facts are facts. There is no doubt that it is best for your baby not to drink at all.  Maybe one a week doesn’t hurt it, but really, what’s the point in that? such little pleasure for potential harm, ye know?

    • danielm104

      men or women, yep, three months is the rule of thumb.  You know women can buy positive pregnancy tests online now?  “But they want to feel apart of it and there are bigger things to worry about.” you get it I think Helen. But’s it not about wanting to feel more a part, it is wanting to be more a part, as the burden and stress is on your partner. Men don’t do it for themselves, they do it for their partners… Re drinking the article says “There should be a sense of solidarity.”… it is not hard to see how saying “we” instead of your partner, are/is pregnant woudl be an attempt at getting that across. It is said to men, and sometimes they/we mess up…. as you say, there are bigger things to think about… and really, it is not worth being mean over.. he’s not trying to say it’s a 50/50 deal, in fact the whole saying “we’re” show the man knows his wife is doing the work. You know, it can be a rough time … but being understanding is the best thing. While there are men who may try to take over and are not being considerate or respecting it is happening in their partners, there are also mothers who use it as an excuse to be extremely rude and arrogant, aggressive even. In that I am not talking about being uncomfortable or when justified.  You know, it’s funny, one of the things I hated the idea of or hearing was, when a woman was angry, justifiably angry, being asked/told “you on the rag or something?”… it completely and illogically dismisses whether she is right to be angry, and no matter if she is right, reduces her to nothing more than a hormonal reaction. You see the male version of that here, hates his ex, hates women, needs therapy… completely avoiding the point. Then having lies told about what you sad left right and centre.. even though you can see they are lies right in the comments. You know, there isn’t only one gender … or one good gender, as women’s slash gender studies and gender ideologues would have you believe. Men being treated like potential rapists and wife beaters from an early age, has an effect you know.

    • danielm104

      you know, your a breath of fresh air. Maybe your man has the idea of women feeling unattractive when pregnant… and he wants to make sure you know you are as desirable as ever to him, which no doubt you are. Did you explain it to him? It’s really great to see a good man being spoken of by the women he loves and who clearly loves him.  Hope everything goes great for you… (then back to your “regular” sex life)

    • danielm104

      ye, remember when Margaret Thatcher announced her grandchild is on the way “we’re” . That was to be regal though. I think these women are getting a bit to hostile about it, but yes… it’s a bit creepy, like those “modern man dads” … the ones who have periods and cramps etc. YOu know the ones. I have seen lads been critisized or getting a look for say “(girlfriends name) is pregnant” … something about it taking two to create a baby, you know the usual. But most men, most people know, take care of your partner extra well when she is pregnant. Apparently these women don’t accept that… or they do and just want to bitch. Have you read this?
      http://elitedaily.com/dating/men-pssies-women-need-start-asking-men-dates/746965/?fb_comment_id=fbc_670208233077238_670275489737179_670275489737179#f1bc8bb98

    • danielm104

      paxanoir.. my ex? how does women bitching about men, again, and being extremely negative about men… while photos of happy families are their icons, women who have not had men treat them this was, except one I think, women who have no children and are not pregnant… getting hostile about drinking not being recommended during pregnancy … and me calling them out on it… have anything to do with my any of my ex girlfriends? some were great, some were ass holes, one is still an extremely good friend of mine… not that it has anything to do with it.. But let me ask you, you don’t see any bitterness or similar in the comments I am responding to? Also, why is this sort of idiotic saying it’s a bad ex or ‘you’ve been hurt” etc. seem to be such a common answer from women of the spiteful bent? Also, how is two people commenting back and forth make it as harassing strangers!  At least I respond specifically, and not with some tired old cop out like needing therapy. You need to learn to read it seems.