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  • Not to me it isnt. I didnt show mine to anyone but my husband and the doctor.
  • Pregnant women who are purposely dressed to portray a "Milf" image make me sick. However, I LOVE pregnant belly pictures. Many are done very tastefully, and turn out absolutely beautifully. Also, maternity clothes are utterly adorable, and I still think there are few things that can be more beautiful in this world than an expectant mother.
  • Yes, I think it's great!
  • No I do not believe it is attractive at all.
  • I don't care for it at all.
  • You are usually not so sexy if you are pregnant. But it has another kind of beauty. It is something wonderful. Being pregnant is not an illness, you should be proud of this, not ashamed.
  • I find it gross, women run around in skin tight shirts when they are pregnant and act like it looks nice and normal to have a blouse showing off their girth!
  • yeah, I think it's kinda cute...
  • 'Show off'? No, that's not attractive. There are some unattractive things that happen like the dark line on the belly (linea negra), stretch marks, if your belly button becomes an outie, swelling, etc. I do believe it's beautiful and did not hide mine in any way. I actually felt sensual for most of the pregnancy, kind of an Earth Mother thing. :) I never deliberately showed my belly off nor bared it purposely at any time.
  • You mean like Demi Moore in a magazine? This reminds me.........I wish dad would stop drinking so much because his belly is disgusting.
  • I THINK THAT PREGNANT WOMAN ARE BEAUTIFUL. I THINK IT JUST DEPENDS ON HOW MUCH BELLY YOU WANT TO SHOW OFF. IM 36 WEEKS PREGNANT && ii HAVE STREACH MARKS SO I RATHER NOT.LOL. BUT AS LONG AS YOUR NOT WEARING SHIRTS THAT JUST COVER YOUR BREASTS THEN I DONT THINK ITS UNATRACTIVE. ITS BEAUTIFUL
  • I don't like tight tops on women who are close to the end of their pregnancy - It looks very out of proportion and like it would burst at any moment - it freaks me out. Sorry, No tight cloths.
  • Well, it looks like it's just a matter of personal preference and opinion... my 23 yr. old daughter is pregnant and she has just put a few pictures of her tum on her myspace pics and some people are being very freaked out about it, which to me is that they are being judgmental and shaming her and that is very hurtful to shame anyone whether you like what they are doing or not. Maybe people should re-examine themself and take care of their own issues before they judge and shame another person... I mean, what has she done so bad and wrong just to take a tum pic and put it on her own personal myspace?! Is that so bad, my GOD! She is not ugly or horrible or mis-shaped. I am 52 years old and came from another generation, but I would not dream of shaming or hurting my daughter for taking a pregnant pic, it is her body and life. I mind my own business with people and whatever they want or choose to do with themselves and their own personal lives. I think if someone doesn't like something, then don't look at it?! People will always believe, think, and say whatever they want anyway, won't they... that's just the nature of the human beast who is not self-aware and non-judgmental. Also, I think there is a difference between a woman showing her pregnant stomach in public and showing it at home or on a personal website such as myspace.
  • not really, but displaying the extra cleavage is!
  • I like the new tighter, show-offy clothes they make for pregnant women. I think they look so much better than the frumpy smocks!!
  • Well, a pregnant woman can't very well "hide" her belly. I am 34 weeks along, and I hate it when I go to the OB and there are girls sitting there wearing regular shirts that don't cover their belly. I wear maternity clothes and while it is not easy to find shirts that are "loose" when you are this far along, I always keep covered. I think pregnant women are the most beautiful things on earth. But I do think that she should carry herself with class. The same could be said for girls who aren't preggo though. It grosses me out to see someone wearing a really tight shirt, short shirt, or tight pants when they have the dunlap syndrome!!
  • I don't find it attractive, but it doesn't make me feel weird either. I kind of think the question is irrelevant, because what I find personally attractive should have no bearing on how people present themselves? (I mean, pregnant women aren't there to look pretty for me, y'know?)
  • Yes...Pregnant women are so sexy
  • Again, it's a personal choice and opinion as to whether a person does it or not and it's also a personal choice and opinion to view the photos or not. Obviously it is your opinion you don't like it, so you quit looking, and you did not shame/criticize her to her face. I didn't do it when I was pregnant, but that was a long time ago and things were different then and I'm trying to be open-minded, non-judgmental, non-critical and shaming, and try to understand why women do it, such as the fact my own daughter has chosen to do it. I think the bigger issue is that whether it is pushed on the public or not (meaning, for example, my daughter does NOT "bare her belly" in PUBLIC, although she has opted to put a FEW pics on her myspace, and not very many and not plastered all over the myspace at all. I'm sure that her family and friends will also choose whether or not they "want to see it or not" and will act accordingly. I do hope they will not bash her, as you chose to not bash your friend. The rest of it is all personal viewpoints of course and everyone is different. I think it's a phase personally and it will pass (as your friend eventually replaced all her belly shots finally with baby pix). My daughter will probably do the same thing. I don't think it means anything sexual, nasty, or immoral unless the woman makes it that way and the difference between "normal" belly pix and "porn" belly pix are definitely two different things altogether! Belly pix are just that-- ONLY belly pix, not "other body parts" pix.
  • Sure is, as long as she dresses appropriate and not seductive. Theres just something cute and sexy about a pregnant woman, maybe its because we see them as innocent and vulnerable.
  • Some people think it is, I dont.
  • In general, no. Far too many women,especially the young ones, do this deliberately with a 'Look at me, I'm pregnant!' attitude. As if anyone cares?
  • NO, not at all attractive.
  • Well, I am 39 weeks pregnant and though some of you may be rich, i know i am not and i have to make do with my XL maternity clothes that were fully covering three weeks ago and now seem to show off the bottom four inches of my belly that seems to push up my shirts and push down my pants. i ripped my largest pair of maternity pants pulling them up all the time and didnt have the money for more, so i sewed them up and am trying to make do. because i am not going to go on a shopping spree four days before my due date thank you very much. some of you might think about that. i went to the thrift store and bought four 2-dollar mens long shirts and thats as good as it gets. although i will agree i was disgusted to see a girl down the road almost as pregnant as i am now in a tube top and miniskirt. at least she could have waxed her stomach first.
  • I do not think walking around with shirts that are 3 times small is cute at all. I do agree with someone taking a black and white professional picture showing their belly. Just do it the right way, in other words.
  • no we should all be wearing burkas just in case men might look at us and judge us.
  • No.It is dangerous to expose.Both for the child and her! She should cover herself well!I make maternity wear!!
  • I think it is!
  • Not their bare bellies ... that's a bit much.
  • Ive had 4 babies...and I hated my belly!
  • Not attractive at all.

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