birth out of wedlock

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'No babymama history in my family and I have nothing against babymamas because I don't know their struggles or what they are going through but giving birth out of wedlock is a NO NO from me,' Abraham said
People giving birth out of wedlock will face a possible fine of up to 250,000 Yuan (36,725 dollars), the China Daily quoted a report in Chongqing Economic Times, as saying.
His mother gave birth out of wedlock, for which she became an outcast.
When these factors were controlled for, pledgers had 40% lower odds of giving birth out of wedlock than non-pledgers.
(44.) One source cited a 1955 case involving a couple who attempted to adopt their grandchild in order to mask the fact that their daughter had given birth out of wedlock. It was ruled that so long as the mother was functioning as the child's mother, the child could not be adopted.
Girls raised in single-parent homes on welfare are five times more likely to give birth out of wedlock than girls from intact, independent families.
On 20 February 1590 Diego and Lucrecia secretly exchanged promises of marriage and at some time before or after that date "they treated each other like man and wife and knew each other carnally." From a dream of 18 April it is evident that Lucrecia was distressed over the prospects of giving birth out of wedlock, and at her initial appearance before the Inquisition on 4 June the judge noted that "she is six or seven months pregnant." She gave birth to a girl that summer and nurtured the child in her prison cell, where she received notes of tender affection from her lover, now also imprisoned.
For all women who gave birth out of wedlock, we used the same methodology to generate the cumulative proportions marrying by the number of years since the birth.
(Although racial and ethnic differences in the probability of divorce following separation may increase the importance of considering separations as well as divorces, we focus on formal divorce alone because it has legal ramifications for family interactions and financial obligations.) We calculated the proportions divorcing by specific ages for women who avoided nonmarital childbearing (and for the subset of these women who were pregnant nonmaritally), and estimated the proportions divorcing among women who gave birth out of wedlock as teenagers and among those who gave birth when they were older.
In addition, we estimated the same cumulative proportions for women who married within six months of having given birth out of wedlock, no matter how old they were at the time of the birth.
However, selection may partly account for the lower marriage rates among women who gave birth out of wedlock, since the difference between those with a nonmarital birth and those with a nonmarital conception is relatively small.
The observed lower marriage probabilities among unwed mothers are not explained by selection alone, because the marital trajectories of women who gave birth out of wedlock differed significantly from those of women who were pregnant nonmaritally but did not carry to term.