Mila Kunis Makes It Perfectly Clear What Should Happen in the Delivery Room (Got That, Ashton?)

Mila KunisMila Kunis has always been one of those actresses we could imagine being best friends with, but somehow pregnancy has just made her seem that much cooler. First there was her message to dads about what it really means to say "we're pregnant." Now the mama-to-be is getting real about what is going down in the delivery room ... and the rules she's laying down for fiance Ashton Kutcher.

The actress told Marie Claire that only the father-to-be and her doctor will be allowed in the delivery room (although we imagine she'll make room for a few maternity nurses). As for where Kutcher will stand, she has that all worked out already too.

Said Kunis:

He is staying above the action. He'll be head to head. Not head to vag. Unless he wants to risk his life and see.But I wouldn't if I were him. I highly doubt he wants to see that being ripped apart and shredded. Because it will be shredded. It's just a matter of how badly.

Good plan, Mama! Good plan!

We are all about celebrating the wonders of a mother's body, especially for what it can do when it comes time to bring a child into this world. But if Mila knows she doesn't want her betrothed looking down there, then by all means, good for her for stepping up and telling him so.

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The thing moms sometimes forget is that -- his baby or not -- it's still your body. Hopefully you're not with one of those jerky guys who will get turned off to sex forever after seeing your lady parts be, ahem, shredded, anyway, but it doesn't matter. If you're afraid of him seeing your vagina in a different way, then it's up to you to take charge before it's too late and say, "Sorry, Honey, I love you, but I'm not ready for you to see me in that light."

See how easy that is?

Are you going to let your significant other "down there" during delivery? Why or why not?


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Rebec... Rebecca7708

Yes, he saw everything. It has had no negative effects on any part of our relationship. Why? Because I married a grown man.

SoJaided SoJaided

My husband held one of my legs while pushing, touched our son's hair when that's all you could see yet, watched the whole thing and cut the cord. He said and still says that it was one of the best experiences of his life and he'll never forget it. It had no ill effects on our relationship. On the contrary, he has even more respect for me seeing first hand what my body can do.

nonmember avatar Sarah O

My husband also held one od my legs while I pushed and got to touch our son's hair as he was being born. It may be my body, but the child is *ours*, and experiencing the birth however he felt comfortable is not something I would deny him.

nonmember avatar skipper

I didn't see an actual birth until I was pregnant with my child. I was shocked to say the least. Honestly, I didn't want anyone to see "down there" during birth unless they were part of the medical team. I was terrified for someone to see it, especially my husband. I understand where she is coming from with this. I ended up having an emergency c-section and my husband was with me. He was more scared for me anything. I think my husband would have been okay with either way but it was more me that didn't want him to see it, not him. I think that is what Mila is saying here.

BPayne09 BPayne09

I did not want my husband to look at all but when the time came I just didn't care. He also held my leg and he swears he had no choice but to watch. I can only assume he will watch when our second is due in November. Other than him telling me he felt sorry for me after seeing what went on down there it it didn't bother him at all.

McFurley McFurley

i say make em watch! if they cant handle seeing thier own baby being born then what are they doing making them?! BTW...it doesnt "shread" your vagina. 

nonmember avatar phishmommy81

wow! no offense but this author seems so ignorant about birth. first off, it doesn't always get ripped I had a 6 pound baby no tearing at all. my husband watched the birth and it didn't affect our sex life. If you can't handle birth you're not mature enough for sex. I don't understand how porn and images of men ejaculating on women's faces is ok but birth is shocking.

Lucki... Luckicharmz

Yeah sorry 10lb baby and no uh "shredding" my husband caught him

Tigrl... Tigrlily07

My husband didn't watch with our first because I asked him not to... because I wasn't comfortable. And it made both of us happy because he loved me enough to respect how I felt. (He had already experienced seeing birth with his ex, though, so he totally understood why I felt that way) With our second he held my leg but kept his eyes on my face. Respecting my wishes without being asked? Spoke volumes to me. I adore that man.

nonmember avatar Grace Bird

My boyfriend of 2 years was supportive throughout my entire pregnancy. He encouraged me through labor because I wanted a all natural delivery. He rubbed my back, held my hand, every move I made he was there trying to assist anyway possible. My labor was 30 hours long. I told him he could watch his daughter be born if he wished. This wasn't a concern to me. I pushed for an hour & he watched every second of it. He wasn't turned off from it. He told me how strong I was & how amazing it was watching his daughter come into the world.

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