posted on Feb, 2 2011 @ 08:50 PM
reply to post by Jkd Up
She certainly has the ability to have a child and in a free society the right to do so.
She does not, however have the right to force her husband to father a child.
She also has the right to involve her friends and her husband's friends into a most intimate and serious matter, something that is offensive to the
friends in question and disrespectful to the husband. The level of immaturity of someone who enlist friends in a hope to push someone into being a
father underscores real problems.
Who cares about her "clock ticking"? My guess is that this guy has a clock ticking too and that is the clock ticking until he is looking to retire
after likely 35+ years of working. I'm doubting that he has been thinking or likely planning to have a small child at this stage of his life nor
sign up for a college education when he's in his 60s. If her clock is ticking that loudly, she should leave the relationship.
If this gent was a friend of mine I would tell him to cut her loose immediately. If he was unwilling to do that, I would tell him to get a
vastectemy immediately. He has a "right" to do that as well. I would absolutely tell him to take his own steps regarding birth control
I understand how women can gin up a ton of sympathy on this issue and have seen it a number of times. In reality, the person in this scenario who
deserves sympathy is the man.