The heavily pregnant actress plans to adhere to strict Scientology rules and give birth without screaming obscenities or making loud noises.
But the Travoltas insist the birthing procedure, which has been mocked in the press over the past few months, isn't like people think.
The Pulp Fiction star says, "There are unwanted emotions and pain that goes along with any birth."
Preston insists the Scientology-friendly labor doesn't forbid the mom-to-be from yelling out in pain: "Screaming is fine... It's the words. If you can avoid saying certain phrases and words... Just try to keep it as quiet as possible.
"Of course you're going to groan and yell. It hurts. Just keep it to a minimum."
Cruise Denies Adult Pacifier for Holmes
The heavily pregnant actress plans to adhere to strict Scientology rules and give birth without screaming, crying or making loud noises, and Star magazine insisted Cruise would help by providing a specially designed device to bite.
A source tells the magazine, "He commissioned an adult-sized 'binky' for her to clench between her teeth, hoping that it'll squelch her screams.
"In keeping with a Scientology silent birth, Tom is prepared to do whatever it takes to muffle Katie's moans and groans during the delivery."
Cruise's publicist, Arnold Robinson, has dismissed the reports as nonsense.
Yesterday, fellow Scientologist John Travolta lent his support to the controversial birth plans.
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