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Pregnancy Before Wedding: What's Your Opinion?

It is a common incidence especially among the Igbo to get their wife to be pregnant before taking her to the altar for wedding. There was even this particular one that the bride put to birth in the wedding hall. Is this the right thing to do? What is you view on this?

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It is a normal tin to sample (S**) ur gal b4 the knot is tied, so the case of white wedding gown and virginity (purity) is just a lie, even divorced ladies that remarry wear white wen they do so.

As for me, it is not a must to impregnate my fiancé b4 the church wedding but if it happens no qualms, I will just have to put the ceremony on a fast track. I once heard that some churches do ask for pregnancy test before they perform the wedding ceremony and once u are pregnant, u will be disqualified while some churches dont mind, so far the stomach has not started screaming "I have a mini boi/gal in me".

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Guys no dull urself, u gat to sample,

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Need to test if my money is worth it.

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pregnancy before marriage or wedding is not the best for good Christian family because our Lord is against every form of ungodliness. So as good Christians we should maintain our integrity and the lord is our rear guide.

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What is the meaning of the white in the wedding? I think it means purity hence the woman is supposed to be a virgin.

So, it is morally wrong to display impurity in the form of pregnancy during the wedding. Wedding is a religious affair and it involves the invocation of the almighty God.

On the second hand, most men place it as a condition to get married while most women use it as a way of trapping the man to marriage.

For me, it is a matter of choice but i don't really subscribe to it.

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Boils down to choice--- if they both want it, why not ?

People get divorced after the wedding so, ki ni big deal.

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