A woman about to give birth reveals that she was "sneaked out" by her mother-in-law and asked if she had recently had sex – but commentators claim she is only trying to help by suggesting a trick to induce labor
- An anonymous woman from the UK went to Mumsnet and said she was pregnant
- The revealed mother-in-law keeps asking her husband questions about sex life
- Many admitted that they were "appalled" to hear about the intimate questioning
A heavily pregnant woman told how she was "sneaked out" by her mother-in-law, who kept asking deeply personal questions about her sex life.
The anonymous woman from Great Britain, who is about to be born, went to Mumsnet to explain how her husband's mother asked three times in the past week if the couple had sex.
Many quickly went to the comments section, but while some agreed that they would be equally "appalled", others suggested that she might just try to help by suggesting a trick to get the job going.
& # 39; & # 39; I am horrified. It is not appropriate. I would tell her that I feel very uncomfortable not to ask again. If she did that, I'd have serious words, "one wrote while another wrote," Eeeew. Far over the line. MIL is too pushy. & # 39;
An anonymous woman from Great Britain went to Mumsnet and told how she was "sneaked out" by her mother-in-law, who kept asking if she and her husband (son) had sex. Pictured, archive image
Heavily pregnant woman said it scares me to be asked about it and makes sex the last thing she wants to do (picture)
A third added: “It has nothing to do with her at all. I would never dream of asking my children or their partners when they last had sex. & # 39;
In the first post, the woman stated, “Now personally, it scares me to be asked about it and makes sex the last thing I want to do, and my husband told her that it was strange when she asked what she was about laughed and said, "You are my son."
She asked again today and it just makes me weird. She never asked with any of our other children. & # 39;
Many wanted to offer the woman a few words of wisdom – including directing the mother-in-law to stop or asking her the question again to make her feel uncomfortable.
& # 39; Just say "Stop it. Stop talking and never ask me that again." Your DH should do the same … "suggested one, while a second advised," Did you ask her why she wanted to know? To challenge her and not say she can justify it. "
One person told how they were "horrified" by the revelation – and added that it was "not appropriate" (picture)
A third commented, "Next time she asks, put it back on her and ask her the last time she had sex," while another added, "Okay. You have to ask her when was the last time she had sex and / or if she has any tips, it'll stop soon.
And when the pregnant woman was suggested to ignore the mother-in-law's calls, she replied, “She's got me on the news. My husband got it on the phone and he told her it was totally inappropriate. Apparently the message was not received in her head that we don't like her. & # 39;
Others, however, suggested that there might be a deeper reason for the constant questioning – some suggested it might be related to the idea that sex is supposed to help kick-start work.
“Is she asking because it's supposed to be work? You or your DH must tell her that she is very inappropriate and will have to mind her own business! & # 39; one wrote while another agreed:
“Even if your MIL thinks they will get work, it is still highly inappropriate. The fact that she says she asked "because you are my son" makes it worse. & # 39;
Another asked if the mother-in-law asked because sex is supposed to bring work (picture)
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