Originally Posted by Indiana
That does not make a lick of sense. His partner wanted to avoid getting pregnant
. So she took birth control (best chance at achieving her intended outcome). Elias on the other hand wanted to avoid having children
. So he... uh... Hmm.
Originally Posted by Johnny Soporno
Trusted her. Ta dah!
Part of Indiana's point was that they did not have the same goals, ultimately. Preventing pregnancy
is not strictly equivalent to not having children
, as Elias' case proves. And he took no action to compensate for this discrepancy in goals. It's all the more regrettable if, as you suggest he told you privately, they had discussed what would happen if she got pregnant.