@CrazyGirl2 I truly believe it's the pure, sheer and utter intimacy that creates this completely indescribable feeling within us.
Thank you for the MHGirl.
That is a GREAT away of putting it! I guess I would say that i feel similarly!
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Then you definitely need to get on birth control, or stop. allowing him to cum inside you! But TBH, if you are not on birth control you really should not be having sex with him. You are the one whose life will be forever changed if you DO become pregnant, so why would you be willing to risk so much just for sex? Get on the pill, until then use condoms!
@CrazyGirl2 The guy's life would change as well.
Oh well yeah, he’ll have to get a job, or maybe a second job... I guess that would be as life changing as carrying a baby to term, stretch marks on you abdomen, and maybe even ur boobs, cellulite, delivering that baby... ouch! Urinary incontinence whenever you cough or sneeze, risk of diabetes, episiotomy, bringing the baby home, baby crying all night, no sleep, constantly taking care of the sutures in your ass and Vagina b/c of the episiotomy (where they literally put one half of the scissors in you anus, and the other half in you vagina and... SNIP!), breastfeeding, breastfeeding at night when you want to be sleeping. Worrying about how ur going to live if HE doesn’t pay child support... MAYBE he will, but it’s not a given, YOU don’t know him! Finding a daycare and a babysitter b/c YOU have to work two jobs now, same as him... But yeah, the fact that he ALSO has to do ONE of the fifty things she has to do, and IF he’s a decent man, he’ll take care of the baby for four days a month, while mom has the baby 26/27 days? Also, when they break-up he’s just a single guy, while she has a body that will NEVER be the same, and she has a child to take care of, so dating is not exactly easy for her, but for him? And while they are both equally responsible for the pregnancy... the raising is almost entirely on the mothers shoulders? Come on, it’s not exactly an equitable division of labor.