When I was in, I remember one time we lost a boiler that fired one of the desalinization units,limiting our fresh water.Since it was a combat situation [right off the coast of Vietnam] all available fresh water was needed for the making of propulsion steam and launching of the catapults. The Captain got on and declared there would only be drinking water turned on for 3 hours each day and all showers would be salt water showers,using that wonderful invention"salt water soap".He ended the briefing with the words "no sailor,living or dead is more important to me than my boilers on this ship". That was a perspective changing moment for me. As far as the fraternizing with the ladies,we all saw the flicks,all were provided protection if wanted and knew the rules.The rules were #1 Bring back a souvenior from the ladies ,go to sick bay,declare it and get treated. ##2 Bring back a souvenior,try to hide it,seek no treatment,get caught .......mister that was guaranteed time in the brig.The reason for the brig time was the captain held that you were endangering his crew by your negligence.I know things were different in those days but there was absolutely no questions as to where you stood.Regarding this current situation my belief is that pregnancy should not be tolerated and dealt with accordingly.There is no room for playing pitty-pat when lives are on the line.Thats how I see it.