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Lying about who the father is, not honourable behaviour.
Lie about the pregnancy ?

One does wonder how often this actually happens, as apparently any "mother to be" can justify this level of dishonesty, whenever she find herself in a family way. There are a dozen methods of contraception available to women and very few for men, one currently being held back by the slut-feminist movement, for just this reason. Loose control of the perspective "Golden Child" prize is not anything they will even contemplate..

I can remember on one single occasion, I jokingly stated that I should wear a condom, my partner's response " Don't you dare". I suppose the added "feel" as well as that copious dose of vitamins and minerals, that we inject to enhance the occasion, would be sadly missed..

 One does now and again, see some occasional level of justice applied. Holding women accountable for this unbelievable behaviour is a good start. If the current rate of up to 30% of children being born are not of the husbands, one has to wonder what the figures are for unmarrieds/couples/partnerships. Would that figure be even worse. It is a known fact that women will cheat on their partners and we have read several examples where the woman has decided that saying nothing, staying married and in her current comfort zone is preferable to change and being honest about her nefarious activity is definitely to be discouraged and forgotten. Confessing rather then making the false claim to most, is not an option..

Mother conned ex into thinking he was her child's father for 13 YEARS (and swindled him out of £50,000 for presents and private education)

A mother who conned a former lover into thinking he was the father of her daughter for more than 13 years has been jailed.
The 47-year-old, who cannot be named for legal reasons, swindled him out of at least £48,700 which went on private education and expensive gifts.
She admitted 15 offences of deception when she appeared at Caernarfon Crown Court, in north Wales, yesterday.
But the court must perform a public duty to punish those who behave in this seriously criminally wrong way as you have done to a large scale over a lengthy period.
'I don’t feel I can properly accede to those pleas put forward for leniency to avoid an immediate custodial sentence.'
The judge said the mother, who is from from Conwy county,  had observed 'all these tragedies evolving - she must bear a very heavy responsibility for that.'
Prosecuting counsel Wyn Lloyd Jones said the victim and defendant had met in the 1990s. Weeks after their relationship ended, the woman rang him and they met at her parents’ home. She told him she was pregnant and lied that he was the father of the unborn child.
He paid nursery and school fees, medical expenses and the mum’s £3,000 credit card debt. 'There were times when he struggled to pay. He had to work long hours to make ends meet,' Mr Lloyd Jones explained.

One of the friends had witnessed the defendant and her sister arguing when she was pregnant - the sister wanting the victim to be told he wasn’t the real dad.
The defendant had told the pal that the man had money and could support the child. 'She had been to a private school, she wanted the child to have the same.' She also wanted expensive presents for the girl, now 13, to keep up with school friends.
After the bombshell, DNA testing was ordered by a court. Mr Lloyd Jones said : 'He’s clearly been through a great deal including dealing with a very serious false allegation made by this defendant to the police.'
Elen Owen, defending, said her client had large debts and was in no position to repay the money. The fraud wasn’t financially motivated, she said.
Asked by the judge for the reason it occurred, counsel replied: 'Because she was on a rollercoaster and there was no right time to tell somebody who thought he was the father of the child. She was in an almost impossible position so far as coming clean,' counsel added.
The girl can’t be identified.