Tabu: I’ve nothing against having a child out of wedlock

The Life of Pi actor talks about how sometimes the desire to have a kid supersedes the desire to get married

“If I say no to motherhood, it would be a stupid thing. But fortunately or unfortunately we’re part of a system and I don’t wish to fight it and have a baby. Yes, sometimes the desire for motherhood supersedes the desire to get married. But the sensible and rational part in me silences that. I’ve nothing against having a child out of wedlock; I don’t see any wrong in it. No one can stop me if I wish to have a child of wedlock. But I don’t wish to deprive the child of both the parents deliberately, from the word go.”

– Tabu 

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