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Teen Pregnancy

This high school better start making birth control a mandatory subject:

“A state public health official is urging Gloucester officials to take swift and decisive action, including allowing prescription birth control, to curb a spike in teen pregnancy among students at Gloucester High School, where a record 17 girls are pregnant.”

Damn, these ho’s got home-room looking like a lamaze class ‘n’ sh*t. Now who ever heard of that many triflin’ ass teenagers getting knocked the hell up around the same time?? Where are their parents in all this? It truly baffles the mind. SMH.

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  • Shannon O.

    1st!!!!!!!!

  • Indigo

    Why isn’t anyone speaking to the young men who are getting them pregnant. Let’s not let them off the hook!

  • http://www.gravatar.com Re

    *teenage* spell check*

  • Qt

    maybe it was a hell of a party they all attended and that ONE knucklehead, with super sperm got them all good!? oooh, that’s some dna shyt i would pay to see! but if the little hookers are all about the same months, they need to check the guest list at THAT one house party they all sho’nuff attended! SMH .. damn! my high school had two [2] pregnant chics out of 2,309 kids and we all would look at them like HOW IN THE HELL DID THAT HAPPEN!? back way when, when kids were a bit more naive

  • lil latte

    Where is Gloucester ?

  • WordtotheWise

    Sex ed starts at home. If a girl or boy cannot talk to a parent, someone better educate them because this is ridiculous. I cosign with you Indigo regarding these young boys. They need to learn to be responsible too since it takes two to make a baby. Guys are always getting a free pass when they need to suit up as well. I don’t even care if more birth control is available to girls. In this day of HIV/AIDS and teen pregnancy, these guys need to protect themselves as well.

  • Qt

    @circa-81 <– WHAT IN THE HELL TYPE OF SPECIAL ED SCHOOL [cause those kids were always more freaky then the regular kids] DID YOU ATTEND! HOW ARE ALMOST HALF THE GIRLS PREGNANT? and what kind of pure hormonal water were they serving you guys! DAYUMMM!

  • MS KNOWLEDGE

    BIRTH CONTROL PILLS ARE JUST AZ WORSE AS MOTHERS BEIN PERMITED IN THIS SICK BACKWARDZ AZZ WORLD TO KILL THEIR UNBORN CHILD. THE BEST WAY FOR A GIRL NOT TO GET PREGNANT IS FOR HER LEGS TO STAY CROSS LIKE A LADY UNTIL A REAL MAN COMES ALONG AND IS READY TO HELP HIS WOMAN NOT GIRL BE A MOTHER AND TAKE CARE OF HIS CHILD. A CHILD AND LIFE IS A GIFT FROM GOD…AND PPL ABUSE LOVE AND NOT ONLY LIFE FOR THEIR SICK PLEASURES IN JUST WANTIN TO LAY DOWN WITH SOMEONE FOR THE PLEASURE OF IT WHEN LOVE MAKIN IS MUCH DEEPER THAN A QUICK PUMP….ABORTIONS…ABANDON CHILDREN…WOULDNT EXIST IF NOT ONLY PPL GAVE MORE RESPECT TO GODS GIFTS…LIFE.&..LOVE…. GIVIN A GIRL BIRTH CONTROL PILLS IS LIKE GIVIN AN 11YR.OLD BOY A CONDOM NIETHER PROTECTS YOU FROM FATAL OR SICK CONSEUQENCES BUT LOVE WILL. SEX IS BAD BECAUSE ITS ONLY FOR PLEASURE AND CARRIES MOSTLY SAD AND BAD CONSEQUENCES. LOVE MAKING IS GOOD BECAUSE IT GOES DEEPR THAN THE PLEASURE OF IT. AND LOVE WILL NEVER HURT OR KILL YOU.

  • msjlh

    it might be one of the male teachers that got them pregnant… u neva know.

  • http://www.myspace.com/theflatlineent Key~Cyra The CEO

    Yea,,, truly WHERE ARE THE PARENTS!!!!???? The parents of both the young ladies & gentlemen???!!! They should be ashamed of themselves, the school shouldn’t have 2 do anything. JUST PLAIN PATHETIC!!!!

  • http://www.myspace.com/theflatlineent Key~Cyra The CEO

    U Go Head Ms. Knowledge,,, ***Nodding My Head***

  • VA666

    Gloucester, Massachusetts. I went there last summer, to Cape Ann. I can’t even believe that. That area seemed so stush but I guess you never can tell.

    @ circa-81… Maybe this high school only had 18 girls in their class! lol

  • circa-81

    @VA666

    Nahh you talking probably it would be around 250 girls that were pregnant. Because if I’m no mistaken we had over 700 students that graduated that year.

  • bree

    i am LMMFAO @ Re for saying their hair is almost always wet!

    clearly, these kids have too much time on their hands.

  • msjlh

    Well said at Shannon O.

  • Al-Anon

    I always find that its interesting that people want to address this issue with birth control pills. Clearly, there are some deeper rooted issues at play. Not one girl has ever told me that she got pregnant because she forgot or didn’t want to take her birth control pills. I work at a community college where many young women had children as teens but their pregnancy is usually about something else in their lives. I don’t think that I’ve ever heard anyone tell me that they fell in love.

    Usually, they’re not doing well in school and it is an excuse making mechanism for justifying their failure and meeting emotional needs that are not being met at home or being met in other productive ways.

    It’s sort of the same social problem as young men going to jail and young women get pregnant. The only constant that I notice is fatherlessness.

  • msjlh

    Everything is just so geared towards sex and violence.

    You can’t even watch a simple cartoon without sex being an underlying current.

  • msjlh

    @Al-Anon

    While I agree with some of what you said. I don’t believe fatherlessness is the only constant. You can be raised by one parent (mother) and not get caught up. But that goes back to not just parenting but good parenting. Don’t be scared to tell your children what’s real out here.

    i have two sons ages 13 and 11 and I constantly tell them about the many traps that the world has waiting for them. i tell them that their EDUCATION is their girlfriend and they better be faithful to it.

  • circa-81

    @ Ms Knowledge

    Sex is bad!? Huhhh? What foreign tongue is this you speak of?? This is a man’s main aspiration in life. Oh well, I guess that makes me a “baaaaad booooy.”

  • Mr. Perfect

    17 that’s it? (zzzz) come to the southside of the ATL where I stay. All I see is babies pushin babies in strollers.

  • Al-Anon

    I don’t think that fatherlessness is the only culprit, but I do notice that it a common denominator in many young women’s lives.

    A couple of days ago, I had a student tell me that she got pregnant so she could move away from home. She didn’ like her mother’s boyfriend who had moved in with the mother. But she didn’t have enough money to live on her own, so she got pregnant. Now, by being pregnant, she can actually move out and get some help. It’s sad.

  • corey

    These girls REALLY keep their legs closed. Cause in the long run those babies are going to suffer and then they will end up being a statistic. (well they are realy are being born to teenagers)

  • Jo

    That is a pillow stuffed up her shirt. Not saying it aint a serious matter; however, this young girl is not pregnant.

  • http://myspace.com/sondraowens Sondra Owens

    If u r going to be “grown” and have sex use some type of protection. In todays age I use condoms EVERY time. The only thing birth control can do is prevent pregancy and Id rather get pregnant 1000 times than have HIV or AIDS. However i do use BC just in case the condom breaks, which does happen!

    Also knowledge of safe sex begins at home and if u as a parent decide to let society raise your kids then so be it.

    My mother always instilled in me to use condoms if I decided to have sex because you cannot stop a teenager from doing it period point blank!

    And I look at my friend who had a baby at 15; her mother never talked to her about sex, let alone safe sex.

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