Genuinely Interested if Anyone Has Heard of This? Trapping Husband?

posted 2 years ago in Relationships
Post # 61
1505 posts
Bumble bee

I know three women who have purposely got pregnant and told people (including their partners) that it was an accident. Happens a hell of a lot more than people think. It’s just too easy to say your contraception failed when you actually just stopped taking it, and no one can prove otherwise as we’re all told not contraception is not 100% effective. I’m in no way justifying it as I think it’s abhorrent, but until men take responsibility for their own contraception it will continue to happen. 

Post # 62
5622 posts
Bee Keeper
  • Wedding: July 2018

All i’m thinking during this post is all the bees who have been told by numerous women that they have done this need to seriously reevaluate who you maintain relationships with. 

You guys are all friends with some heinous women! 

Post # 63
216 posts
Helper bee

This is common amoung desperate women. I’ve seen and heard of it quite a few times. I thought that was a thing silly teenagers in high school would do to keep boyfriends, but nope it’s the “mature” adults who do it. 

Post # 64
935 posts
Busy bee

Sadly I do think it’s more common than we think. There’s that popular Wendy Williams clip where she basically encourages women to trick their husbands in order to get pregnant when the husband doesn’t want another baby (, justifying it by saying women are in control of their bodies, and men aren’t…she’s not wrong but that’s inappropriate use of that logic. If the husband is going to be held responsible to help raise the child, then it needs to be his choice too. 

Post # 65
1512 posts
Bumble bee

I worked with a girl who actually verbally expressed that she loves her boyfriend so much, she was gonna get pregnant and trap him so she can be a wife.

And she did. They have their baby and are now engaged. 

I also had an old friend have twins with a guy, then she had another kid with him hoping it would make their family ‘whole’…. and they are not together and she now works at a strip club. 


Post # 68
495 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: August 2017 - Orange County, CA

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sarathemermaid :  My friend’s sister-in-law (her husband’s sister) had a rocky on-and-off relationship with her long term boyfriend.  He finally broke it off after 8 years of drama llama, and about 6 months after the break-up they started a no strings/hook-up type of relationship where he was seeing multiple other women.

Long story short she “accidentally” got pregnant and he married her.  After a few years (and lots of drama) he decided he’d had enough and was planning to file for divorce. Then BAM! Accidental baby #2. They’ve been married about 9 years now, but they are both so unhappy.

Poor kids.

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