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Posting on Mumsnet, the woman revealed she "doesn't feel ready" to get intimate with her partner so soon after losing her unborn baby.
The mum-of-one, who has a son with her partner and has miscarried before, wrote: "Am I being unreasonable to not want sex?
"Just that had a miscarriage a week ago and ever since I've had no sex drive & just don't feel sexy at all and my partner keeps asking for a bj but I just don't feel ready…"
Her fellow mums are horrified, writing: "Wow so you are bereaved and he is pushing for sex? Tell him to f*** off".
A second woman added: "Sorry for your loss. I am quite appalled that your partner is pressurising you like this at all, but especially a week after your miscarriage. It is at best insensitive and at worst abusive."
And a third said: "He is displaying that he has zero empathy for what any reasonable person would appreciate is an extremely difficult time for you.
"That is not someone you want to have a relationship with – he will never be there for you when you need him most."
Other mums slammed: "He sounds like a k**b" and said he was acting "so so grim and inappropriate".
One woman wrote: "I think he was pretty thoughtless to ask so soon, and should have taken no for an answer straight away not made 'a joke' about it – what could possibly be funny so soon after such a sad loss anyway???
"I'd be questioning whether he really understands how you feel about your loss."
But another reasoned: "If he's normally wonderful he's probably just being insensitive, but explain how you feel and say you need to be the one to initiate when the time feels right for you."
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