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Pregnant mum still using Tinder to find love sparks massive debate.

Caitlin, from Sydney, is a proud Tinder user, but she’s also six months pregnant.

During a radio interview with Mike E and Emma on The Edge 96.1, Caitlin admits she hasn’t had much support from friends:

“My friends have been a little judgey — basically I’m six months pregnant,’ she told the hosts.

After recently splitting with the father of her unborn baby, she says just because she is pregnant; it doesn’t mean she can’t look for a boyfriend.

The problem is….

“I don’t necessarily tell the guys I’m talking to that I’m pregnant, I certainly don’t keep it from them, I mean, when we meet up they obviously see that I’m pregnant,” she admitted.

“It is definitely a shock to people I guess.”

Her call received a fair bit backlash with many listeners saying it was unfair of her not to disclose she’s pregnant.

Host Emma agreed, adding “if she is looking for love, which it sounds like she is, then it’s not really going to happen for her”.

Others worried she was endangering her unborn baby.

Do you think Caitlin is doing the wrong thing?

Share your comments below.

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  • Everybody is free to date. Personally I don’t think she needs to share about her pregnancy before making an appointment, although it might have a negative effect on her date but she will notice that herself.

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  • I think she owes it to her date to e open about her pregnancy. Her prospective date may choose a safer location whereas he may not normally think about it.

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  • She is lying by omission. She should definitely be telling prospective dates that she’s pregnant.

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  • Personally I don’t find it such a big problem. If she wants to date, why not?

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  • I wouldn’t do it, but my only problem with her doing it is the “not telling till they see me”. She should be upfront.

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  • There is nothing wrong with dating, but so far into a pregnancy is a bit much. She needs to disclose before meeting them. She won’t have time once the baby is born I guess.

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  • Look, I’m a strong believer in each to their own but I personally wouldn’t even think about dating when six months pregnant.

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