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    Yes a man could if he had to. Why?...because the baby is in there and it has to get out. We dont CHOOSE for it to be painful, its just the way it is so we deal with it. A man would deal with it in the same way. Gotta do what you gotta do.

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    Default Could men handle labour?

    Well, it wouldn't kill him... So he'd handle it in that sense... But he wouldn't get through without weeping or complaining the entire time. I expect he'd be requesting drugs the moment it started.

    He's a sook.

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    Default Re: Could men handle labour?

    Quote Originally Posted by Cue View Post
    It was just a bit of fun, I wasn't being anti-men or anything. And i know its just a simulator and doesn't really give a totally accurate experience. I just thought it was funny because men joke all the time about how women bang on about labour and in this video they get a little taste of it. Just funny, that's all.
    I wasn't offended/bothered/intending offence/missed the joke. But still answering the question asked.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cue View Post
    That's fine bpac My DH is totally different, you should see him with stomach pain after eating something dodgy or a bit of gastro, you'd think he was dying the way he carries on lol!
    Oh don't get me wrong when it comes to a sniffle DP has the plague it's when he almost looses a limb that it doesn't seem to bother him too much!

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    Default Could men handle labour?

    No my DH could not (but having said that if he didn't have a choice then he'd just have to like every other woman does). He would only have one and no more if he had to go through the birthing process.

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    I don't think my dh could. Case in point, when we got gastro he was iin bed for 48 hours, whereas I still had to look after the kids and keep the house running whilst nipping to the loo for a vomit every 5 minutes. So no, I think the population would decrease significantly if men had to give birth. I also think men wouldn't be trying to have sex all the time if they knew they may end up pregnant

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    Chuck Norris could. Other men...maybe.

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    Chuck Norris could. Other men...maybe.

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    This is such a silly question. If they have to they would as they would have no other choice. There are alot of women out there that you could say couldn't handle labour but do because they have no choice.

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    Default Re: Could men handle labour?

    I think this thread is supposed to be lighthearted, a bit of a think of your dp in labour situation. Some people need to lighten up a bit.


    I think men would be bragging about the size of the babies they can push out, much like comparing their penises haha. I'm sure that they would milk it for all it's worth and make us wait on them.

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