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.................................. GONE. PZ OUT. 2 kids; California 1278 posts
1st May '13

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TheyCallMeMOMMY♥ 3 kids; Albuquerque, New Mexico 6825 posts
1st May '13

Im a section mama and I think this is one of the most ignorant comments I hear women make. Even my SO says it 'im glad you didnt shove a baby out of there, its still nice tight and pretty' like seriously? DUMB!!!!!!!

Meli ❤ 1 child; Don't worry about it, CA, United States 31068 posts
1st May '13

Uhhm ok? Who cares what people think? Everyone I know in RL who had vaginal births told me their vagina is different now than it was before having a child. Everyone's vagina handles things like differently...some people it has no effect on & others it changes it. Shit some women are loose who don't even have kids lol.

GONE. PZ OUT. 2 kids; California 1278 posts
1st May '13
Quoting TheyCallMeMOMMY♥:" Im a section mama and I think this is one of the most ignorant comments I hear women make. Even my SO ... [snip!] ... Even my SO says it 'im glad you didnt shove a baby out of there, its still nice tight and pretty' like seriously? DUMB!!!!!!!"


YESSS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!



_______Nope_________ 23772 posts
1st May '13

You know what? Me too. lol. I hear that at lot actually. Or "I didn't have to stretch my vag all out and get saggy because I had a c-section."



However, a lot of times that is in response to attacks about how they didn't "really" give birth, so I can excuse it. It's usually because they are often looked down on for their birth, so I think that can be a common come back since they feel like they're being attacked, you know?

A.K.'s Mommy❤ TTC since Jul 2013; 1 child; Dayton, Ohio 1803 posts
1st May '13

Lolwut.
Is it just some 'rapper who has said this, or more women?
I'm confused as you said some csection women say this, but you've quoted 1. Ive never heard anyone who has had a csection say that.

Charlotte & Gabe 2 kids; California 14282 posts
1st May '13
Quoting IDGAF ❤:" Uhhm ok? Who cares what people think? Everyone I know in RL who had vaginal births told me their vagina ... [snip!] ... people it has no effect on & others it changes it. Shit some women are loose who don't even have kids lol."

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GONE. PZ OUT. 2 kids; California 1278 posts
1st May '13
Quoting she nan igans:" You know what? Me too. lol. I hear that at lot actually. Or "I didn't have to stretch my vag all out ... [snip!] ... down on for their birth, so I think that can be a common come back since they feel like they're being attacked, you know?"


I think you have a very valid point!

GONE. PZ OUT. 2 kids; California 1278 posts
1st May '13
Quoting A.K.'s Mommy❤:" Lolwut. Is it just some 'rapper who has said this, or more women? I'm confused as you said some csection women say this, but you've quoted 1. Ive never heard anyone who has had a csection say thaI


I have a few personal female friends who have had c sections and this is the first thing that comes out of their mouths as well.



I have two children vaginally and I feel some kind of way everytime them or someone else says c sections are better cause tjey have a tighter cooch, and Im like my cooch is still tight and ive never had complaints!

_______Nope_________ 23772 posts
1st May '13
Quoting Blasian Blossom *:" I think you have a very valid point!"


I think it's just another attack thing.



People will talk about how c-sections are lazy, or for convenience, or not giving "real" birth. Likewise people will talk about how vaginal birth stretches out the vagina, or causes your insides to fall out, or all sorts of other stuff.



There are downsides to both, and I think it's silly to attack either. However, again, I see c-section Mom's taking the brunt of criticism, so, I can more understand them saying those things, you know?

Akeema 18 kids; 1 angel baby; Altus AFB (AFB), Oklahoma 6213 posts
1st May '13
Quoting she nan igans:" You know what? Me too. lol. I hear that at lot actually. Or "I didn't have to stretch my vag all out ... [snip!] ... down on for their birth, so I think that can be a common come back since they feel like they're being attacked, you know?"

I agree with this, I am a section momma but I had my first with a normal delivery. My mother in law told me that I should have never let them give me a section with my second because I didn't really give birth to him. I'm sorry I went through the pain I had my stomach cut the f**k open I GAVE BIRTH! Now in her ignorance what she doesn't realize is that both my son and my self would have died had we not gone with the c-section. Yes there are people out there who just do it, I think they are idiots, but I did not. It saved our lives and you know what I give a rats ass what anyone thinks about the fact that I had one.

GONE. PZ OUT. 2 kids; California 1278 posts
1st May '13

Id like to hear what some vaginal delivery mamas think about this..

Severus Snape 2 kids; Tennessee 3550 posts
1st May '13
Quoting she nan igans:" I think it's just another attack thing. People will talk about how c-sections are lazy, or for convenience, ... [snip!] ... again, I see c-section Mom's taking the brunt of criticism, so, I can more understand them saying those things, you know?"


:!: This



There are positive and negatives to both side. Shit is talked no matter what you do. Just ignore it all and focus on the child and not the method of delivery.

* Clairebear * 1 child; Ireland 2941 posts
1st May '13

A couple of my friends carry on like that too, I think it's stupid! I wouldnt say anything like that. I did not want a c section at all but as it turned out I had to have one. A horrible experience and I hated it. What drives me mad though are people telling me: sure you had an easy time, no pushing, wasnt she lifted out of you? Grrrr!!! Yes she was "lifted out" after 36 hours of labour, being stuck in posterior position, getting distressed and an epidural reaction almost stopped her heart. It had to be done. So I can get why some women feel they're being verbally attacked for having a c section.

Meli ❤ 1 child; Don't worry about it, CA, United States 31068 posts
1st May '13
Quoting Clairebear & Abbey G :):" A couple of my friends carry on like that too, I think it's stupid! I wouldnt say anything like that. ... [snip!] ... stopped her heart. It had to be done. So I can get why some women feel they're being verbally attacked for having a c section."


I never felt attacked for having a c section lol. Even if someone wanted to talk shit idc lol...I was in labor for almost 2 days without an epidural...it isn't like I just scheduled a c-section.