ANSWERS: 27
  • No. Cheating is never alright.
  • Its never ok to cheat on your wife as its never ok to chase a married man!
  • God cheating on your pregnant wife seems even worse than cheating on your regular wife. It's not bad enough you have to deal with mood swings, your body changing in crazy ways, being uncomfortable all the time and now THIS is how the father of your child repays you? I can't express what a dirtbag this guy is without cursing, and I am pretty sure what I have to say would get me kicked from the site. Leave him if you can, do you want that kind of jerk to be your baby's daddy?
  • It is never, never ok for a husband to cheat on his wife; especially if she's pregnant. And if a man cannot control himself just because a woman shows a little interest in him then he is not worth the air it takes to keep him alive.
  • I can think of no valid reasoning for cheating on your partner. If the relationship is at a point where you want someone else.. the person should end the relationship before they act on selfish desires and self interests. Chasing after a married person is never right.. hence the name "home-wrecker".
  • OK did you think about this before you asked it? Do you think cheating for any reason is OK? I don't care if the wife was just fat and not pregnantand the other women was laying naked on his couch NO it is not ok ever. He should be a man and leave his wife and be with the other women otherwise leave it alone!!
  • HELL NO it's not ok! He is married, and the "woman" had no right trying to acquire something that was given and promised to someone else. And while i'm on that topic anyway, the bond of marriage should mean SOMETHING to you. If it was you who was the fat and pregnant wife you might feel differently but i doubt you or whomever has even stopped to think of her feelings. By the way, HE IS THE ONE WHO GOT HER FAT AND PREGNANT, i'm sure, and he will get you or whomever that way as well and then be off to the next bimbo that is too stupid to realize what's really going on. I really REALLY hope you have NOT done this. IF you are thinking about it, please listen to what i said. You will end up getting hurt, and his wife and child (completely innocent in this) will be hurt too.
  • Nope, cheating by a husband or wife either one is wrong. Gaining weight is normal during a womans pregnacy as well as mood swings and a pluther of other things. My wife and I have 5 children and I have never cheated on her and I never will. I enjoyed her pregnacys.
  • It's ok in his world but not in the real world. Don't let him get away with it.
  • no cheating is not ok. when you married her it was til death do you part not cheat all you like and the wife has to put up with it. if he cheated on her or if you cheat then he never loved her anyways,and she deserves much more respect then what he gave her.He is a dirtbag.
  • N O spells NO. Cheating is never ok. there is no reason for cheating. Its up to you to tell the chaser to beat it. she is chasing because you are letting her. ask her how she would feel if she were your pregnant wife.
  • I am a wife who is currently pregnant with my soon-to-be ex-husband's second child. In both my pregnancies, I have actually lost weight prior to actually showing a beautiful baby belly. I should mention that I am normally a size 6. Well - I am 5 months pregnant and still a size 6 but will soon be in maternity clothes. What I am getting at is that my husband has decided that he can't handle the stress of pregnancy so he tends to his "needs" and turns to other women at these times. Unfortunately, I denied/ignored his behavior and forgave him through our first pregnancy with our daughter, thinking that it was only a one-time fling (I knew what he was doing although he denied everything). However, I am now being blessed with a second child and the same thing has happened - although this time I was not willing to stand for his behavior any longer. I hired a PI and had him followed to confirm my suspicions (which he always denied and said that I was just insecure) and now I am on my way from getting away from him and starting a new life. Not only does your wife not deserve this type of treatment - Only an individual that is extremely selfish that can't see past himself would do this type of behavior. Pregnancy is not only a wonderful life-changing and body-changing experience, but a growing period in the life of your marriage. If you don't want to be married, at least have enough respect for your wife to let her go.
  • I am a wife who is currently pregnant with my soon-to-be ex-husband's second child. In both my pregnancies, I have actually lost weight prior to actually showing a beautiful baby belly. I should mention that I am normally a size 6. Well - I am 5 months pregnant and still a size 6 but will soon be in maternity clothes. What I am getting at is that my husband has decided that he can't handle the stress of pregnancy so he tends to his "needs" and turns to other women at these times. Unfortunately, I denied/ignored his behavior and forgave him through our first pregnancy with our daughter, thinking that it was only a one-time fling (I knew what he was doing although he denied everything). However, I am now being blessed with a second child and the same thing has happened - although this time I was not willing to stand for his behavior any longer. I hired a PI and had him followed to confirm my suspicions (which he always denied and said that I was just insecure) and now I am on my way from getting away from him and starting a new life. Not only does your wife not deserve this type of treatment - Only an individual that is extremely selfish that can't see past himself would do this type of behavior. Pregnancy is not only a wonderful life-changing and body-changing experience, but a growing period in the life of your marriage. If you don't want to be married, at least have enough respect for your wife to let her go.
  • No, it's not OK.
  • Think of it this way... think if she cheated on you... would you like it? its exactly the same in reverse, but they look to us to show leadership and not go off makin love to sumone other than your bethrothed. im not married, but i even know that i'd hate it if someone i am dating would go off and cheat on me. and remember... what goes around... comes around!
  • cheating is an imature responce to problems in a relationship. if you want to have sex or be with someone else break it off first with the one you are with. easy as that....
  • i think that a fat, pregnant woman would be a great sex partner, as you don't have to worry about getting her pregnant, she already is.
  • I'm fat and pregnant and let me tell you, if my husband was to cheat on me, I would all of a sudden be a single parent again. So no there is NEVER a excuse for adultery! Never!
  • It's not ok for almost any reason I can think of!
  • No, it is not okay for a man to cheat on the woman who is risking her life to bring his child into the world no matter how fat and prenant she gets. After all you don't see women trying to justify cheating on such a selfish and shallow reason as hubby got fat now do do you? And that's in spite of the fact a married man will put on more weight and keep it then a woman who gets pregnant will. As for the other woman chasing him that doesn't mean he needs to let her catch him. In fact a good husband will trip a woman like that instead of letting her catch him.
  • There is never a good reason to cheat. Especially if the woman is carrying your child. And so what if a woman was chasing him, he should have enough sense to leave her be.
  • Seriously? You must know it's wrong somewhere in the back of your mind if you even have to ask this question. Get your own man, leave the married men alone.
  • Depends on who you are for me the woman would likely say no but it appears if they cheat it is ok.
  • you do know that is it wrong under any circumstance but it would be especially hard if she was carrying his baby and he cheated on her. I have an inkling that he has cheated before if he is going to cheat because she is pg. It sounds like lots of excuses here. It doesnt matter that he was being chased. It was his choice regardless of the circumstances.
  • Well you can
  • Well you can
  • no. it is never okay and if you are religious then im sure you would think about it. its a sin. i would never.

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