Let’s Talk About It: Child Support

Becoming a mom nowadays is becoming a career. Get pregnant have a baby by a millionaire get 50k a month and more. If the shoe was on the other foot men wouldn’t get nearly as much.

I feel like it’s sexist. At times. Even though it’s supposed to be a percentage of the parent’s income. After doing some research I found that most men who try to get child support from the mother don’t get nearly as much and is bashed by the world for even trying.

I feel like child support should be on a card and can only be spent on children things such as toys, food, pampers, health issues, private school. Because there’s no reason Child support should be over 2k a month unless the child has private school or health issues.

It shouldn’t be allowed for the mom to pay her bills with it. If she can’t even pay bills then the kid should be with the parent that can actually afford the kid. She shouldn’t be able to buy a bag or a car.

I simply feel like it’s a scam. Some women get 50k a month and say it’s not enough when the kid is an infant. Baby food is usually 1 to 2 dollars. For a month it may be around 60 to 70 dollars. Baby clothes are around 60 dollars for a month. Pampers can range to 60 to 80 over the course of one month. Where is the rest of it being spent on? I’m lost. Not a parent but from observation this type of thing make me want a vasectomy for real. Most of the fathers barely can be a father before they’re deemed as not a good father. How do you even know yet?

I feel like you should only be able to get on it after 5 years of being incapable of being there for the kid. And it has to come with receipts as in witnesses. You can’t tell if someone’s not fit if the kid has barely taken its first step. How?

That’s just my opinion. I know making this post and talking about money and not the child is wrong. But isn’t that all the moms think about when they get 50 thousand a month but still find a way to say it’s not enough for a infant.

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