Many years ago, it was almost unheard of for a woman to bear a child
out of wedlock. In some cases, the mum-to-be was cut off from her
family and placed in a home for the improper act of having sex before
marriage, thus resulting in the birth of a child. Even though it had
taken two people to make that baby, the woman would be the one at
fault, whilst in a lot of cases, the man would walk away without
needing to face up to his responsibilities. Of course back then, the
organisation known as the Child Support Agency didn't exist, and even
though money was much harder to come by, new mums were left frightened
and vulnerable and wondering how they would get through life. Read on here

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