Use a Condom and Pay Child Support Anyway
Nov. 7, 2011
If you are having a sexual relationship with a woman, you may be find yourself on the hook for child support, if not child custody or child visitation. Even if she says she’s “on the pill” you need to protect yourself – and a condom is not enough. The Supreme Court has said that even when a man used condom, if the woman impregnates herself with the sperm later, he has to pay child support.
Think it can’t happen? Check out this article by a woman who describes her own deceptive tactics to get pregnant, and those of her friends. Just sayin….
Because he wouldn’t give me what I wanted, I decided to steal it from him. I resolved to steal his sperm from him in the middle of the night. I thought it was my right, given that he was living with me and I had bought him many, many M&S ready meals.
The ‘theft’ itself was alarmingly easy to carry out. One night, after sex, I took the used condom and, in the privacy of the bathroom, I did what I had to do. Bingo.
I don’t understand why more men aren’t wise to this risk — maybe sex addles their brain. So let me offer awarning to men wishing to avoid any chance of unwanted fatherhood: if a woman disappears to the loo immediately after sex, I suggest you find out exactly what she is up to.
There’s more, some women think that a child will make a man “come back” and stay in the relationship:
My own attempts at being a ‘sperm stealer’ failed. But there are plenty more like me who are willing to give it a try.
Among my circle, many girlfriends have told me how they have tricked their boyfriend or fiancé or husband. One found herself childless in her 40s, so she lied to a very new boyfriend that she was on the Pill. He is now in a new relationship having to pay support for a child he never sees.
Another friend was engaged but her fiancé walked out on her. She is 39, and told me she was hoping she was pregnant ‘so he would have to come back’. Yet men remain in blissful ignorance of such tactics.