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Posted 11/5/14 , edited 11/5/14

Akage-chan wrote:

Most men I know are babies when they get sick. Imagining nine months of that is scary.


I haven't had that experience, most of the men I know pretend to not be sick when they are.

But on the topic of scary, imagining the roles of what I owe to my father and my mother for my existence reversed, cripes.

My dad is a great guy. But if I had to instead put up with my dad for carrying me to term like I do with my mother, and put up with my mother in the way I do my dad, it would be a strange, strange life for me.


I think the idea behind this topic is the switch happens overnight. Like we all get dusted by a hypothetical gas and wake up to find some incredible power has mixed up who has the uterus and how that is inseminated.

As for anatomical concerns, Cesarian sections all around! It's a real concern, I'm not making light of that, but guys love scars.

Hormonally, I would fight you.
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I don't like the thought of a kid slipping out of my penis




and so the nightmares ensue
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Posted 11/5/14 , edited 11/7/14

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and so the nightmares ensue


Your nightmare is the female hyenas' reality. They give birth through their highly penile clitori, which are larger than the phalli of the actual males.
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I wouldn't want to see a video of THAT childbirth...
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I don't like the thought of a kid slipping out of my penis


MY stuff hurts just from thinking about this.
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I wouldn't want to see a video of THAT childbirth...


Neither do I, especially considering the high fatality rate among first-time mothers; however, what's also fun is that they must be impregnated through them, too. It results in copulation difficult enough for male hyenas to have to start practicing during their cubhood.
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So every pregnant man would have to get a C-section? I would think they would have less babies then, can you imagine having your stomach getting cut open repeatedly in the same spot?

If the roles were reversed, yes, men would go through the pain in order to keep the population growing.
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This is the most idiotic question i have heard ever...
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KaiLeaf wrote:

So every pregnant man would have to get a C-section? I would think they would have less babies then, can you imagine having your stomach getting cut open repeatedly in the same spot?

If the roles were reversed, yes, men would go through the pain in order to keep the population growing.


I still stand by my statement if you can find it.

Scars are cool.
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^ That's only because society doesn't expect you'll not only have lost your pregnancy weight but that you'll fit in your pre-preggers bikini within a month of giving birth.

And yeah, scars that have awesome stories behind them are cool.
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Akage-chan wrote:

^ That's only because society doesn't expect you'll not only have lost your pregnancy weight but that you'll fit in your pre-preggers bikini within a month of giving birth.

And yeah, scars that have awesome stories behind them are cool.


What's more awesome than "this little bastard came out of this scar?" Not to intend gender discrimination, but to reconcile with single parents who carry to term and cannot give normal birth.

It's a difficult sense of humor I have. But I believe even the scars with lame stories look cool.
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...The only thing I thought of was the MPREG code for The Sims.

Excuse me, I have Sims to impregnate.

Wahahaha~
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Nah, paper cut scars are not cool. And those usually have pretty lame stories.

Honestly, I think trying to say that to people who don't have kids and for whatever reason, can't, is a lot more offensive. And it's not these people that are the judgmental types that you speak of.
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Akage-chan wrote:

Nah, paper cut scars are not cool. And those usually have pretty lame stories.

Honestly, I think trying to say that to people who don't have kids and for whatever reason, can't, is a lot more offensive. And it's not these people that are the judgmental types that you speak of.


Hahaha, I suppose I agree. And if you look back, I've never actually espoused the personal opinion that having children is correct, just that that's what I would like to do.

In the various things I've done with my life, I have (ineffectively) volunteered for Planned Parenthood. Except I'm no good at a booth, I have anxiety issues that make me ineffective my first time out.

Back onto scars, you'll notice that paper cut scars disappear pretty fast. But they are a good reminder for a short time that even paper can bite.

Real scars only come from things that went wrong, but didn't kill you.

A C-Section scar is one of THE MOST IMPRESSIVE scars that somebody could wear.
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AzazelOfNexium wrote:


BLACKOUTMK2 wrote:

I don't like the thought of a kid slipping out of my penis




and so the nightmares ensue


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