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Kristin Cavallari

I Don't Need Jay Cutler Looking At My Crotch During Birth

3/20/2014 12:11 PM PDT BY TMZ STAFF
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It's the question millions of couples ask themselves before entering the delivery room -- and now Jay Cutler's in the same boat -- does your wife want you to see EVERYTHING when she's giving birth?

Fortunately for the Chicago Bears QB -- he won't have to guess ... 'cause his wife Kristin Cavallari was out in NYC today and told us. 

One TMZ staffer who's wife recently had a kid has some advice for Jay -- "Don't look down. Maintain eye contact ... and watch where you step."

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BLUE UGLY đź’©    

No one wants to look at your old stretched out crotch

164 days ago
2.

Vote2012    

Was that wimp Cutler wearing a blindfold when they had sex? I take it he has never seen her naked crotch before?

164 days ago
3.

StevenB    

C'mon, Kristin, you've trapped your millionaire athlete already. Now try trapping a little bit of class.

164 days ago
4.

NOT_IRRELEVANT    

Damn she still looks good even pregnant. I'd still hit it

164 days ago
5.

Your S&M Girlfriend    

She just dropped to Snooki level. If you look at the birth process physiologically it sure ain't pretty, as a matter of fact it would probably put you off sex for the rest of your life. If you look at the birth process as the physiologic miracle it is, culminated by the birth of your flesh and blood child, not only is it almost miraculous, but you gain a real respect for the entire cycle. This sounds like a 12 year old mentality.

164 days ago
6.

Gretel    

Her comment was pretty much "off the cuff" and was really not quite what your headline said. However, for your adolescent weekend staff, which seems to be in full speed ahead, here's a clue: Women die in childbirth; they stroke out, they have heart attacks, and they can bleed out before surgical intervention can save them, even under the best of cir***stances. Babies have strokes, are sometimes delivered stillborn and can't be revived to the point of life, and sometimes there are devastating things that weren't picked up prenatally. Do you fvcking Beevis and Butthead adolescent freaks still think it's all about a "snatch??"

164 days ago

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