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Man Surprises Wife With a Pregnancy - Vanity Fair

YouTube Digest is a look at some of the most popular new videos of the week. This week, we have a role-reversal pregnancy announcement that doesn’t sit quite right, BuzzFeed hanging out with Bobby Jindal for some reason, twins doing yoga, and a robot butler. Oh, and, for a longer look at YouTube culture, check out last week’s long read about my trip to VidCon 2015. HUSBAND SHOCKS WITH WITH PREGNANCY ANNOUNCEMENT. - 4,219,358 views. This video, from mid-tier family YouTube channel “Sam and Nia,” has gone mega-viral in the past two days, and you can see why. Everyone loves a surprise pregnancy announcement, and in this case there’s the added hook that the gender roles are reversed. The man, Sam, isn’t pregnant, no. But he does get to surprise his wife with the news that she’s pregnant. How did he do this, exactly. Well, he saved some of her pee in the toilet and when she wasn’t looking he took it out with a dropper and used a home pregnancy test. Then he filmed himself walking out to the kitchen and telling his wife, and two young children, that she’s pregnant. quite a thing. My initial take on the video was that it was staged. The wife, Nia, seems just a little too ready for the moment, if that makes any sense. Maybe she’s just sort of stiff in front of the camera, but something in her reaction is a little. rehearsed, maybe. I don’t know. The modern world has made me a cynic and a skeptic. I no longer think it was staged, but I do think there’s something decidedly off about it. For one thing, can’t we let women have that. I mean, of all the things this country does to subjugate and objectify women and their bodies, do smarmy YouTube dudes really have to be taking pregnancy announcements away from them, too. I can just picture this guy, this Sam person, quietly stewing when his wife told him she was pregnant the other two times, because she got to have the cool, fun surprise and he didn’t. So he decided that, for baby number three, he was gonna be the one who gets to say surprise. So he literally filmed himself extracting his wife’s urine from a toilet and put it on YouTube, all so he could be the big surprise guy. Like, let women have that, dude. If you want to surprise the mother of your child with, like, the gender of the baby, because she didn’t want the doctor to tell her, but would be fine with you telling her. Throw an “It’s a. Source: www.vanityfair.com

Some Men Experience Pregnancy Symtoms - Trinidad & Tobago Express

When Sandra broke the news of their three-month pregnancy to Sylvester they were both elated. Some moments later they both rushed to the bathroom to throw up. While Sandra accepted that she was proceeding through a normal bout of morning sickness common for pregnant women, Sylvester blamed it on a bad roti he ate the day before. Two weeks later when he felt just as drained and still quite nauseous like his blossoming girlfriend/mummy-to-be, he searched for an excuse but there was none. Could it be that I am suffering from the symptoms of pregnancy as well. he questioned. Nahbut could it be. It so happened that upon checking his doctor Sylvester discovered that he was actually experiencing the symptoms of morning sickness. Strange but true. Men can suffer these symptoms and while people joke at the phenomenon it is real. Just ask the men who suffer from it and they will tellwhen they come to terms with it, that is. Clinically called the Couvade syndrome, the condition is one where the father-to-be experiences pregnancy symptoms like weight gain, nausea, insomnia... Believe it or not Couvade syndrome doesnt affect just a minority of men but a large proportion as noted by CNN chief medical correspondent and medical doctor, Sanjay Gupta in a 2005 CNN report. Gupta noted that 90 per cent of men experience at least one pregnancy-like symptom while expecting, with severe cases of Couvade being documented. There was one father-to-be who even experienced abdominal pains when his wife went into labour. Imagine expectant mom and dad screaming at the same time in a labour room- the scenario would be scary to some and comical to others. But seriously, during pregnancy women are the ones who get all the attention. Rub my feet for me, honey and can you get me a pillow while you at it. - she would say. But are we prepared if he has the same or even greater demands. Get my gravol, honey, my contractions are coming. - I told my wife just after her water broke for our second child. I couldnt believe that I was experiencing pregnancy symptoms. I was in denial for the entire nine months. Me, a hard back Trini man getting labour pains. It was emasculating but true. - recounts Richard, a mechanic from Couva. He is but one of the few Trinbagonian men who has confessed to having experienced Couvade. This whole notion of men experiencing pregnancy symptoms is a whole mind thing. Its psychological not physical. Source: www.trinidadexpress.com

GOP senator: I can lecture women on pregnancy because abortion is a 'men's issue' - Raw Story

Republican Sen. James Lankford of Oklahoma argued on Monday that he had the right to lecture women about whether or not they should get abortions because he had impregnated his wife and “had something to do with the birth. During a debate on the Senate floor about whether or not to defund Planned Parenthood, Lankford argued that the “culture has been wrong” to allow abortion. Lankford said that it was “entirely reasonable” to take Planned Parenthood’s funding and “commit it to organizations who do full women’s health. Barbara Boxer, however, said that she was bothered by men like Lankford lecturing women about reproductive health. “I just don’t like lectures by men about what it’s like,” Boxer told Lankford. “I’m pro-choice and I just have to say, using pregnancy as a political football doesn’t sit well with the people I represent and the people of this country. “We have to respect one another,” she continued. “I respect your view entirely. I’m asking you to respect mine. Keep Uncle Sam out of my private life and my children’s and my grandkids’ and your’s. Families will make these decisions with their God, with their doctor. Boxer concluded by calling the effort to defund Planned Parenthood “a continuation of the Republican war on women. Lankford countered by calling abortions a “men’s issue. “I’m a dad of two daughters,” he said. “I had something to do with the birth as well, and was also there. I was there during the sonograms. My wife and I are extremely close. And to be a dad of two daughters, I’m very passionate, not only about my own wife, but about my mom, who’s a cancer survivor — multiple-time cancer survivor — I’m passionate about my daughters having every single opportunity. “So this is important to us as well,” Lankford insisted. “This is not just a women’s issue, this is a men’s issue as well. Because this is a family issue. And the family is extremely important to all of us. ”. In the end, the measure did not pass the 60 vote threshold necessary to overcome a filibuster, failing with a 53-46 vote. Watch the video below from C-SPAN, broadcast Aug. About the Author David Edwards has served as an editor at Raw Story since 2006. His work can also be found at Crooks & Liars, and he's also been published at The BRAD BLOG. He came to Raw Story after working as a network manager for the state of North Carolina and. Source: www.rawstory.com

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