So apparently the last poll was kind of a fail, but I can't rest until the mpreg issue is fully resolved! Okay, so in this version, you were isekai'd to another universe where both men and women have the capacity to become pregnant and give birth. If you are curious how, assume that this occurs through seahorse-style biology. Your biology was altered by a Celestial during the transmigration, so you are definitely able to give birth regardless of your gender. In this world, it is equally safe, equally difficult, and equally painful for either the man or woman to give birth. Culturally, it is acceptable for either party of the couple to carry a child to term, the result/outcome for the child is the same, and the number of men vs. women who give birth is roughly 50-50%. Assume that the side effects and risks for childbirth are equivalent for both sexes. The main reason why a man vs. woman choose to carry the baby depends on which party has higher pain tolerance. The party who doesn't undergo the childbirth is often teased by friends/society/comedians for being a "wimp", but it isn't meant seriously and it's just a playful joke/trope. Assume that you have a spouse and you are planning to have kids. 1. Would you or your spouse volunteer to give birth? 2. How is your pain tolerance? 3. Suppose that the party who gives childbirth will inevitably end up having a closer bond to the infant baby afterwards. Would this influence your desire/repulsion towards having the baby? 4. Would you want you or your spouse to play a bigger role in taking care of an infant? Or equivalent?