Hot future mommy have fun

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Hot future mommy have fun. I’d carry you to our bed– you, wearing nothing but ruby red lipstick and black lingerie– and set you down. I’d kiss you, slipping my tongue past those red lips of yours. I’d peel that lingerie from your body, baring the breasts that will feed the babies we’re about to make. Baring the pussy, that fertile pussy, the gateway to your impregnation.

My cock would fit inside, and I’d ride you like the fate of the planet depended on our fucking. Your nails shred my back. You moan for me, moan for the baby I’m about to fuck into you, as you hit your orgasm. Seconds later, my seed rushes into you like waves on the beach. It will be the last time for a long while that your womb will be empty.

I’d rub your stomach before we go to sleep; when you wake up, our child will be growing in there. The first of many. It definitely doesn’t take even half that much to be able to take care of 2-3 kids. You’ll be a little strapped, but so long as you aren’t blowing your money on unnecessary shit like feeding an addiction, you’ll be fine. You’re acting like no poor people ever have kids. It also depends wholly on where you live, and what failed, moronic taxes one has to pay…

In Colorado, a family of 4 must have around $60,000-$90,000 to afford to stay in decent comfort in “Middle Class” housing.

In Hawaii, a family of 4, depending on area, must make $90,000-$120,000.

In Oregon, a family of 4, again, depending on area, must make between $40,000-$90,000 to stay in the “Middle Class”.

Poor people have kids all the time. The government pays for them. The taxpayers pick up the slack. Foster homes get crowded. Abortion numbers go up…

Yeah, that is irresponsible. While I fully support everyone paying in to healthcare, you should not be allowed to pump out crotch goblins at your desire, while not being able to afford them. It is not my duty to pay for your children, the same as it is not yours to pay for mine. Health are, as in cancer treatment, birth control, disease vaccination, etc. is wholly understandable. But me paying for your bad choices? No. You paying for mine? Also no.

I’m not saying poor people shouldn’t reproduce. I wouldn’t be here if that were the case… I’m simply stating that just because you cannot afford a child, does not mean the burden should fall on any other human being.

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