Pregnant and dating reality show
Coming up on THIS WEEKEND’S episode of Cheaters, La Tasha fears that her husband may be using his position as a nightclub bartender to meet other women.Find out what happens when La Tasha’s husband is confronted face-to-face with our cameras rolling. Affairs will happen even in so-called “happy” marriages.Megan Aballi is an Orange County native who has built a successful career as a nail technician in a trendy Newport Beach salon.She’s well-known as one of the top educators in the country for gel nails and makes enough money to keep her wardrobe filled with her favorite designers.These are five women — Kiesha, Melissa, Megan, Shana and Rachel — who are pregnant and not going to marry the Baby Daddy.Megan says conception came after a “Taco Tuesday” party and involved alcohol.See full summary » A documentary series focusing on the controversial subject of teen pregnancy.
But while the show doubtless would love to sell suggestive encounters, these women’s real focus is less on the exotic pleasures of dating while pregnant than on the pressure of being pregnant and single.Divorced, she attempted to have a baby on her own through a donor when she and her boyfriend of three years began trying together, and voila!Dating, she said, was 'about getting to know people and really finding out who they are, and for the first time in my life being confident to know my boundaries and what it is that that person would need to deliver in order to be in my life.'As for those pregnant singles in real life who seemingly enjoy that deed, Meister said: 'I support anything that empowers women and that makes them feel comfortable.Other than Taco Tuesday, we don’t know exactly why these women got pregnant. Or maybe subliminal attention to the biological clock. They don’t come off as good-time girls who just want to keep partying.They come off as women who have hit a crossroads, maybe harder than they expected, and now want the right guy — a quest with a fast-moving clock on it.