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Andrew Garfield says he feels pressured to do something he doesn't want to do

He talks about how he feel about paternity. 

Andrew Garfield
Andrew Garfield

Andrew Garfield is a great actor known for playing Peter Parker in "Spiderman". His professional career has been a success and he has established himself as one of the most beloved performers in Hollywood, because he also isn't a person who gets into controversy very often.

Now, he finds himself in a difficult position, as he claims to feel social pressure regarding his paternity. As he is about to turn 40, the actor feels guilty for not having had a child yet due to the expectations that society has imposed on him.

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"I'm here. Trying to fill my days with as much nonsense as I can. So that's interesting. Freeing myself from the social obligation to procreate by the time I'm 40 years old has been an interesting thing to do with myself", he said in an interview.

“It's more about accepting a different path than what was expected of me from birth. I think I'm somewhat to blame for that. And obviously it's easier for me as a man…” he said of society's expectations of parenthood.

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