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    Default What would you do in my situation!?

    I would tell him - sorry.

    But tbh if she gets pregnant it's just as much his fault... Any guy who doesn't want to unexpectedly become a dad should be using protection!

    Hope she knows what she's in for doing this! He may 1. Walk away leaving her to be a single parent - very difficult! 2. Could get really angry and make life hell for her for god knows how long!! 3. Hang around and do the right thing, but if was that kind of guy she wouldn't be trying to hide this from him he'd be going along with it willingly!

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    Quote Originally Posted by BlackEyedPea View Post
    I would tell him - sorry.

    But tbh if she gets pregnant it's just as much his fault... Any guy who doesn't want to unexpectedly become a dad should be using protection!
    This is totally true and even the pill isn't failsafe but it is deception, if the guy knew she wasn't on the pill then he'd prob be using condoms. If they agreed that she would take the pill as their contraception, then its pretty unfair.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CazHazKidz View Post
    Gosh, I'm not saying that what she's doing is ok at all, but I truly do believe that everyone should be responsible for their own contraception, I really do. No method of contraception is fool proof, and if you really don't want a baby then both sides of the party should be using contraception I really do believe that...
    Agree with pretty much everything Caz has said, especially this bit! If he really doesn't want an accident he should not have sex. IMO if he is willing to have sex with someone then he should understand that he has no right to say what happens with the end product (pregnancy).

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    Im probably going to get slammed. But in this situation? I'd demand that she tell the guy about her disgusting and deceitful plan. If she refused then I would tell her I'm going to tell him. Then I'd tell him and unfortunately, likely lose her as a friend.

    Tricking someone into have a baby is a revolting thing to do, not made any better by her baseless claim that she'll raise it on her own. Its total crap and it gives all women a bad name.

    If it was a male friend tricking his girlfriend into getting pregnant there's no way you, or anyone else here would be saying 'theres nothing you can do'.

    Gross.

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    He could take her to court for primary physical custody if he can prove she deceived him into conceiving the baby. Just a thought

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    Quote Originally Posted by headoverfeet View Post
    Agree with pretty much everything Caz has said, especially this bit! If he really doesn't want an accident he should not have sex. IMO if he is willing to have sex with someone then he should understand that he has no right to say what happens with the end product (pregnancy).
    well this is true but this baby wouldn't be accidental, its all totally planned by the woman.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Clementine Grace View Post
    This is totally true and even the pill isn't failsafe but it is deception, if the guy knew she wasn't on the pill then he'd prob be using condoms. If they agreed that she would take the pill as their contraception, then its pretty unfair.
    I agree it's deception, I know of a few people that have had 'woopsie' babies but honestly yeah, what I said in my PP.

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    i actually can't believe that this chick is telling people that she's planning to get pregnant by deception?

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    Quote Originally Posted by headoverfeet View Post
    I agree it's deception, I know of a few people that have had 'woopsie' babies but honestly yeah, what I said in my PP.
    Yup me too and no form of contraception is foolproof. Only thing is this guy will think its an accident but its been planned all along.

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    Default What would you do in my situation!?

    I would tell him.
    I find women like your friend pathetic and revolting.
    No doubt she'd be the first to cry foul if she has a child and the father won't pay CS or see the child.
    Ugh.

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