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Sure what these girls did is dumb and irresponsible but that is COMPLETELY horrible! Every girl deserves an education! What...o man the girl has a kid and she isn't allowed to learn and go to school? Horrible.
by BabyDahl13 on 9/4/2012 6:44:45 PM
I can understand why they did it (teenage pregnancy is disgusting once you think about it), but they took it too far. Getting pregnant 4 years earlier than you should has nothing to do with school, and vice versa. No wonder it's federally illegal.
by peppercyndaquil13 on 9/1/2012 9:03:34 PM
If the school says shes the one shaming her community, what about the boy. He was involved. Her deserves this as much as she does. This is such a sexist issue! Because he is the "man" doesn't mean they should lighten his load! Kick him out of school and make him work with the women he chose and the child who is 50% him! On the teen mom shows the guy leaves to "better his life". And the parents support him! If shes shaming her community so bad, they should say he made it burn in flames! I dont see anything being right about telling a girl you love them having uprotected sex and then leaving because you are overwhelmed!
by sfluv on 8/31/2012 12:27:43 AM
Thts sad. I know teen pregnancy isnt the best choice, but what if a girl didnt want to be pregnant, like sexual assault or something.
by ColosalMascara on 8/30/2012 11:08:05 AM
Pregnant or not, every girl deserves the right to a good school education!
by boycrazy4a on 8/29/2012 4:06:07 PM
That is sooo messed up of the school. The principal is humiliating them and making it seem like you no longer have a chance in a good education. It's not like you no longer have a chance in school or life! It's also going to make it harder for the girl to get supported by her friends. When something this scary and downgrading happens to you, you should be able to get as much support as possible, and that includes your school. It's also sexist. Does nothing happen to the guy? Is he just ignored? this is just wrong on so many levels. It should be illegal.
by cityduck on 8/28/2012 10:00:39 AM
I could understand this policy, if it came from a religious school, where they'd consider sex before marriage a sin. But a normal public or private schoool? Come on. What if the poor girl was raped and became pregnant? Very few cases are actually reported, so it could happen. Then, whether she consented or not, she will be called mean names, guys will say she's easy. And what happens to the boy who got her pregnant, if he attends the same school? She wouldn't be pregnant without him!
by smileurastar on 8/27/2012 9:54:53 AM
I don't like this policy because girls are so catty. If they don't like someone, they'll spread a rumor that she's pregnant, and boom. Everybody knows. Then she'll have to take a pregnancy test all because of one catty little girl who can't stand another girl. I hope this doesn't become a nationwide thing. It would be disastrous.
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