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That isn't fair! Yes they should know better! But that doesn't mean the school gets a right to kick the girls out!
They cant help the change of appearance that comes with pregnancy! Maybe, If the schools had a special class for parenting, They would realize how hard it is to care for another living soul! I believe The school should kick out the boy who got the girl pregnant! It is a natural occurrence for the female body to have the baby! They can't help it! IT IS NOT FAIR!IT IS THE BOYS FAULT!Where is the government? Where is Obama? The Schools Policy is Stupid, Outrageous, Rude, And Lets just say.......A DISGRACE TO FEMALE EDUCATION & FEMALES ALL OVER THE U.S.A!
by GirlsRule12345 on 7/13/2013 4:52:13 PM
That is stupid the girl would be humiliated and what about the boy who got her pregnant
by girly girl07 on 5/13/2013 8:45:29 PM
That is soooo unfair. That is totally not girl-friendly!I'm think that this is going to ruin her education& social life. I think that it should be illegal to be FORCED to take pregnancy test, that isn't the school's business. Plus girls who are pregnant should still have the right to go to school. I think the government should take care of this soon.
by Snowee533 on 4/20/2013 4:34:44 PM
honestly i think the idea is crazy, but the people getting pregnant in the first place are the crazy ones. if girls waited until after marriage to have sex and have children there would not be this problem.
by aleafofcool on 2/18/2013 4:33:48 PM
What about the boy whose baby she will have? If he is part of the school, would he be kicked out? No. Plain and simple: they don't want bad P.R. so they kick out the one that would be obviously noticed. If a girl is impregnated by a boy, who will get in more trouble? The girl. Just because it is her appearance that changes with pregnancy.
by The.musician.98 on 1/26/2013 11:15:53 PM
That's ridiculous! What if she was raped? Then she'd be traumatized, have a kid, and wouldn't even be able to go to school.
by SelG4Ever on 1/23/2013 3:43:03 PM
This is wrong on so many levels
by rainbowssparklesdesu on 11/23/2012 3:58:30 PM
They shouldn't be able to make girls take pregnancy tests. Girls have rights Hannah H.
by I Luv Carson on 10/16/2012 4:41:48 PM
What if the girl got sexually assaulted? What if she's not pregnant and her parents just wasted all that money on a test and doctor's appointment just to prove to the school bthat she wasn't? that school needs to stop sticking their nose in girl's personal business!
by lms229 on 9/11/2012 5:27:44 PM
I know she was trying to influence me and she did. But a family friend who is a nurse said I would be amazed about how many girls my age are sexually active and who are doing it without protection and about the older guys they are having sex with and how many of them have stds. And I guess this school doesnt give out FREE condoms but they let you have 1 FREE pregnancy test.
by fashionqn on 9/9/2012 11:09:12 PM
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