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'Bachelor In Paradise' Tanner Tolbert Complains About Wife Not Having Sex 4 Weeks After Giving Birth

'Bachelor In Paradise' Tanner Tolbert Complains About Wife Not Having Sex 4 Weeks After Giving Birth

In a recent podcast with fellow bachelor Nick Viall, the 'Bachelor In Paradise' alumni, Tanner Tolbert shared how much not having sex is bothering him.

A recent comment by Bachelor In Paradise alumni, Tanner Tolbert, has garnered a lot of attention. During a podcast hosted by fellow bachelor Nick Viall, Tolbert expressed how his wife, Jade Roper, an alum of The Bachelor and Bachelor In Paradise herself, was not willing to get back to their sexual life at the moment. This comment came shortly after Roper gave birth to their second child in their walk-in closet! Also, its barely been four weeks since she brought life into this world and for Tolbert to ask for more at this moment seems like a big ask!



 

 

Explaining the unforeseen circumstances under which birthed her son, she wrote in an Instagram post: I’ve been still processing the shock of this all, as this was not all at what I had planned, but I am so so thankful for each person who helped bring our son into the world safely. As if this shock wasn't enough for her to deal with at the moment now, her husband wants her to be okay with bumpin’ uglies right away! Sharing his disgusting thoughts, he said, "What romance?" when Viall jokingly asked about his romantic life since Roper gave birth to their son. 



 

 

A man joking about his wife not wanting to have sexual intercourse because she is still in the process of healing and caring for her newborn child is not hilarious. Maybe the fact that it's hardly been four weeks since her water broke at home, and she had no other option but give birth on the floor, that's funny for him? Let's not forget that the whole birthing process took 75 minutes and clearly in Tolbert's mind it's time to get back for some much-needed romance since the deed was already done.   



 

 

Revealing the whole ordeal Instagram Roper wrote: It was one of the scariest moments of my life because I felt so out of control, but Tanner, Tanner’s mom, my mom and the medics and firefighters kept me going when I felt like the world was caving in on me and my unborn baby. Now, he really needs to think about what he's saying or at least consider his wife's feelings and health conditions before making such a big fuss about her not wanting to jump into action. She sure has a lot on her plate at the moment and it's understandable that sex is the farthest thing on her mind.



 

Tolbert then goes on to share how his relationship with his wife has "changed completely" ever since their first child, daughter Emmy was born. Apparently he wants more sexual involvement from Roper who "wants it less." Well, SHE JUST GAVE BIRTH!  Of course, he had a lot more to say. Hold your barf! "It took a dive [when Jade started nursing Emmy] and then pretty much right after the breastfeeding stopped, we got pregnant again with Brooks," expressed Tolbert adding, "And now he’s here and we have two kids. It is tough. I feel like I’ve begged for it. And I don’t want to feel selfish — I hate asking, I hate trying, ’cause I don’t want it to be pity sex." NO SH*T!



 

 

Although he acknowledged that right now Roper's focus "should be on the kids, not me," he also declared that he feels neglected. "I do feel on the back burner," he said. Tolbert really needs to read about the toll that pregnancy takes on a woman. According to Mayo Clinic, a new mother should wait at least four to six weeks before getting any action. Obviously, Roper is hardly there. Her posts revealed how she "received several stitches" and is now "slowly healing physically." How a man can still ask for more is beyond comprehension. If only he heard himself talking, he might have understood her reasons. Talking about his son he says, "He wants Mom all the time" and that "I don’t have milk here to provide." Tolbert defintely needs some classes on sensitivity. Instead of moping about the fact that he isn't getting any, he should probably help around wherever possible, and be a supportive husband instead of being a douchebag about it.  



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 



 

 

 



 

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