The New Sisterhood: Teenage Pregnancy Pacts
Our teens are fighting in a war that they can't handle themselves.
Posted by Jim Zellmer at April 29, 2012 1:05 AM
This is just one of the many "pregnancy pacts" that teenage girls in communities and schools across the country are participating in. The girls create these pacts to form a sisterhood. They want to feel apart of something and have an image they can all identify with. Unfortunately, they've chosen to be young, single parents, birthing these children into an environment of instability and poverty, instead of aspiring to be lawyers, doctors, writers, engineers and scientists. Instead of game parties and movie nights, our teen girls are a apart of a group effort to get pregnant and give birth together.
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