WooHoo Wellness and Pregnancy Overhaul

by Yato Kagura
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Pregnancy preferences and varied reactions for both partners, WooHoo Risk, protection, fertility surgeries; WooHoo Transmissible Diseases, Paternity testing and drama, teen pregnancy reactions, cheating module, surrogate mothers and artificial insemination, adoption overhaul, and more!


All Modules except module 1 are Removable At Will

o Risk&Protection (pregnancy risk, protection & fertility)

o PregnancyTermination (abortions)

o WTDs (WooHoo Transmissible Diseases – REQUIRES Risk & Protection installed)

o PaternityTesting (paternity tests etc)

o TeenPregnancy (teen pregnancy and reactions to teen pregnancy)

o PregnancyAcceptance (possibility of acceptance of unwanted pregnancy)

o CheatingModule (reactions and interactions related to cheating)

o AlternativePregnancy (Surrogates & artificial insemination processes)

All Modules except module 1 are Removable At Will

Module 1: Pregnancy Preferences & Interactions

Description of features revolving around pregnancy preferences. Does your Sim want children right now, is ok with anything, or does not want children? What about their partner? And how will all that play out if they don’t share the same wish?…
+ Go to parenthood classes or counselling together, complain or enthuse about the upcoming baby, and more!

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Module 2: Pregnancy Risk & Protection, fertility

Description of features revolving around pregnancy risk and how to stay protected from pregnancy. Sims can agree to not use protection with specific Sims, be or not be on birth control, get sterilized, and more.

Module 3: WooHoo Transmissible Diseases

In which Sims can catch a variety of WooHoo Transmissible Diseases (your choice between real names and fake names for those), accuse each other of giving diseases and cheating, be accepted despite their conditions or rejected, and more…

Module 4: Paternity Testing

In which Sims can discover who fathered their child, lie, tell the truth, rope another into marriage, reject offspring, and more.

Module 5: Teen Pregnancy Module

In which Teen Sims can get pregnant, freak out about it, make their parents freak out, get support or get kicked out…

Module 6: Unwanted Pregnancy Acceptance

In which Sims can grow to accept an unwanted pregnancy, and babies get born with Parents having sentiments towards them…

Module 7: Cheating and Being Faithful

A module that changes the sentiment behavior for cheating,tiering it depending on the gravity of the fault, and offers added features and possibilities revolving around cheating

Module 8: Alternative Pregnancy (Artificial Inseminations & Surrogacy)

A module that offers the possibility for Sims to get artificial inseminations, become surrogate mothers or have another Sim carry a baby for them.

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Module 9: Adoption Overhaul

PARTIALLY released
A module that lets your Sims put their children up for adoption, after agreeing or fighting. Also, offers a different way to adopt children. Instead of just calling a phone number, leaving and coming back with a child, Sims will have to satisfy the criteria of adoption agents. Sims will be able to look for their biological parents.

Module 10: Break Up, Make Up, and Everything In Between, + Co-parenting

UPCOMING Spring 2021
A module for situations where parents break up and children are left in the middle to co-parent. Also a module for a ‘separated’ status from which Sims may make up or not. Child support, co-parenting elements, relationships failing and mending, amicable or angry divorces, and all that

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