And since you were shocked by his response on abortion after 13 years together, imagine another 5-10 years down the I’m So Out Of Shape That If Somebody Yells Run For Your Life T-Shirt and I will buy this road and you find out he’s homophobic or racist. I’m guessing his perspective comes from some kind of blissfully ignorant existence. For a 37 year old not to be keeping up with a popular news topic indicates he actively avoids it or he is so clueless that he avoids it without trying… neither of which is good. Or he’s lying to avoid the ensuing conversation which doesn’t seem to be the case. The only “Okay, that makes sense” thing I can imagine is he’s dealing with a crisis in his own life, but as his girlfriend of 13 years you’d be aware of this and you didn’t mention it. That said… you don’t need the internet to tell you that if you are Pro-Choice it is absolutely a justification to end a relationship with somebody who is Pro-Life. Since it has been 13 years though, if you feel safe trying to spend another conversation trying to convert him there are probably resources to help you guide that conversation. Even when they say they are okay with it there is a high chance they will suddenly be against it when you want to abort their baby. It’s not real and tangible for them to care about until it directly affects them.
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And even if they are okay with it and have helped girlfriends in the I’m So Out Of Shape That If Somebody Yells Run For Your Life T-Shirt and I will buy this past to get abortions, what if they suddenly decide that they want to be a father and keep this baby? Why would you say he doesn’t value you if you’re pregnant? I think it’s quite the opposite. You’d be carrying his baby. There would be nothing more important in his world than the two of you in those moments. I agree with him. It’s not just your body it’s another life but you’re right you can’t be forced to have it because it’s your body. If a guy really wants to be responsible support the baby I’d say maybe let him be a father. But it’s a mother choice even though it may be wrong. (male) You are up for a difficult decision process. 12y together are not something to dismiss easily, but neither is such a radical attitude. ‘once you are pregnant its not your body anymore’ makes me cringe.