Most Helpful Guy
Did you shack up?
Is he wealthy?
If so, sue for "palimony".
What's upsetting is that he doesn't trust you. Real love is about trust and being willing to expose yourself. When someone requests a pre-nup that is saying really that that person don't trust themself both in love and in decision making ability in picking a partner. Such a person is insecure and shouldn't be married anyway.
For this reason, I would not sign a pre-nup nor force a pre-nup on a woman.
Do this: Ask him WHY he wanted a pre-nup. Get down to a root cause... Determine what does he REALLY fear? If you can allay tjose fears, maybe he would abandon a pre-nup.
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Most Helpful Girl
Was there no way to change the prenup to compromise so that both of you could be okay with it? I wouldn't want to let a prenup get in the way of my relationship. It seems like you should have been able to figure out something that would work for both of you.