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I am (36F) six months pregnant and recently single.
There's no chance getting back together with the father.
When it came time to make my profile, I figured a complete stranger didn’t have the right to know every detail of my personal life.
After all, I hadn’t even told the majority of my friends and family during the early stage of my pregnancy.
My question is, how do men feel about dating someone who is pregnant vs dating someone who has a kid(s) already? I'm not trying to benefit from anything except possibly a new relationship.
In my pov, I'm going to be dating again regardless, either with a new baby or with said baby still inside of me, so why not get to know someone regardless? Ill think its just to benefit you in your situation to whenever it gets tiring for you. Soooo by just saying chicks who are pregnant are a little more horny than non-pregnant chicks makes a weird dude.? Not like the kid is jacking me off from inside the womb fist bumbping to edm bro. Calm down your nipples lmaoo As a woman, I don't know why you would be concerned about dating at this point.
Should I actually hit it off with someone well enough that they asked me out for a second date, I’d go, and if we hit the trifecta, I’d reveal the truth behind my hearty appetite and frequent trips to the restroom. So at eight weeks' pregnant, I started swiping.
The dress I wore was way too tight for my 10-weeks'-pregnant body, and I spent two hours self-consciously trying to cover my curves with an array of accessories—my handbag, a napkin, I even wedged myself behind a potted plant while he paid the bill.My hormones were racing and my skin was tingling as our lips met, but as his hands started grasping at areas I wanted to keep out of bounds, I pushed pause on my desire and ended it with a “Good night.” Nothing came of it, except for a “Say WHAT?! When the pregnancy hormones really kicked in, I was definitely craving intimacy of the physical kind, but by that stage my little bump had inflated to eye-catching proportions.” comment he left on a social media post where I showed off my bump six weeks after our date. Since I could no longer have the carefree time I craved without automatically revealing my pregnancy, I started embracing my blossoming belly.The idea that I wouldn’t be able to date in a few months made me want to do it even more.Honestly, I still wanted to be desired by the opposite sex and have that feeling of wondering what a date might lead to—a hookup, a holiday romance, a love affair—rather than letting my pregnancy turn me into someone who was OK with feeling overlooked.
But when I got dumped by my baby daddy five weeks in (despite the fact we’d been together for 12 months, it had actually never been that serious), I decided to dust off the heartbreak and embrace dating while I still had the stamina and—let’s be honest—a relatively flat stomach.