Free profile pregant chat

I don't think people will be willing to look past her big belly and have some honest fun, whether it's hanging out or, you know, doing the deed. Olivia, people are asking if you're really pregnant because you're fourteen-years-old! She's going to miss out on so much because she has to grow up so fast, and she clearly needs some guidance and direction. I like her confidence, and there's nothing super wrong with this girl's profile from what I can tell.

She's pregnant at fourteen-years-old she's on Tinder. You know, other than being pregnant and really into herself. It's pretty rare to be a single, 21-year-old self-employed pregnant girl.

And if you're simply looking for a friend, you might try a different app. The fact that she is pregnant wouldn't be the reason why I'd swipe left on her if I were a man. You're not allowed to ask her about her baby, even though that's a huge part of her life. Unless she's open to hooking up with men who have strict requirements too, she doesn't have the right to be so demanding.

Raging hormones, possible baby daddy drama, and a whole lot of baggage... There's a reason it's best to procreate with someone you've really bonded with because when women are pregnant, we tend to turn into nut-bags for the better part of a year. I really hope her parents figure out what she's up to so she can get the help she needs. I'm not sure what I would do if I caught my daughter on Tinder with pictures of her in her bra. Anyone that writes little phrases like "Krispy Kremes & cuddles" in their bio really rubs me the wrong way. I wonder how she'd react if she came across a profile that said "Not looking for hookups with girls who are over 130 lbs" or "Don't ask me what I do for a living, it's not your business." I can't imagine she'd like that very much, who does?

By then she might not only lose her confidence in her physical appearance, but she might even lose her sense of humor as well.

Hopefully, she made it through without going too crazy, and maybe she even found someone who wants a pregnant-but-still-hot comedian.

I've never used Tinder before, but I've had friends who have, and I've noticed that people who use the app seem to be oddly specific about their "requirements".

It's always seemed strange to me, to list out the qualities you're looking for as if you're intending to interview people for a position on your team of booty calls or prospective life partners.

It's not that I think women shouldn't be allowed to date while they're pregnant, but let's be real, most people on Tinder are simply looking for a hookup.

Then I'd be stuck in a really weird position where I need to take her to the hospital and I can't leave her because she's all alone, because that would be totally rude, right? But surely others were overthinking it just the same. She's absolutely gorgeous though, and I'm sure if she didn't find Mister Right while she was expecting, she probably did soon after.

But if I stay, that makes me super involved in the whole situation and then I'm practically a dad after one date, without any hanky-panky! Unless someone was using Tinder as a way to find a quick family to bring home to Mom and Dad, she probably didn't go on many dates at this time. I mean, if someone wants to date a single, pregnant woman, that's awesome! But when people are put off by it, or you perceive it as them "making it weird", it's not their fault.

To expect someone to jump in bed or into a relationship with you while you're going through such a serious time in your life is asking a lot of someone who has never met you. Pregnancy doesn't suddenly halt our desires as women. I'm sure she's an awesome person to be around, and it's not that I think she won't be able to find someone who thinks she's amazing. If she thinks she's her bluntness is sexy, she has another thing coming.

But when I think of people on Tinder, I don't picture honest, friendly people who are looking to hang out with someone based on their personality and morals. She's so young, and I have nothing against teen moms, but I can't help but feel bad for this girl. It comes across as rude, and I'm sure she only received messages from guys who think way too highly of themselves.

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