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post #61 of 104 Old 11-15-2010, 06:54 PM
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meetings? wowo we only have one teen mum at our school :<

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There are 3 or 4 teem moms at my HS

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post #63 of 104 Old 11-15-2010, 07:40 PM
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Hah, well she asked!

Answering questions seems to help so kids don't try and go find out on their own. Wasn't trying to be inappropriate or anything so I guess if anyone does have any questions, you can always PM me and I will answer the best I can. :)
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my mum woudl kill me!!!

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We had a fairly large number of teen pregnancies towards the end of my highschool career but there wasn't a big sex ed program there.

When I was in highschool in NJ there was a large sex ed program and it seemed to help. Part of that was probably because they gave you anamatronic babies who cried at all hours of the day to take care of. In the school I graduated you just got a 5lb bag of flower that girls would just set down and forget about.
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We had a fairly large number of teen pregnancies towards the end of my highschool career but there wasn't a big sex ed program there.

When I was in highschool in NJ there was a large sex ed program and it seemed to help. Part of that was probably because they gave you anamatronic babies who cried at all hours of the day to take care of. In the school I graduated you just got a 5lb bag of flower that girls would just set down and forget about.
We get those babies! It's kinda weird- but I think it will be fun It will be like playing "mommy" again. Don't read me wrong though, I am not stupid enough to actually want a real baby

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post #67 of 104 Old 11-15-2010, 07:58 PM
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I never had the baby because I was a TA for the class. It was almost worse...
I had to pack like 80 diaper bags, then by the end of the third day I was getting students yelling at me because their baby wouldnt stop crying and they thought there was something wrong with it "like with the computer or whatever" :roll:

It does get the message across to some of them though.
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I never had the baby because I was a TA for the class. It was almost worse...
I had to pack like 80 diaper bags, then by the end of the third day I was getting students yelling at me because their baby wouldnt stop crying and they thought there was something wrong with it "like with the computer or whatever" :roll:

It does get the message across to some of them though.
.....some......

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post #69 of 104 Old 11-15-2010, 08:02 PM
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Some :roll: then you get the 13 year old girl who thinks it will make her get married if she gets knocked up by their boyfriend. It's like watching an episode of Maury unfold before your very eyes.

You stick with your robo-babies!

Thats one of the awesome things about horses. You tell a horse crazy teen she won't be able to have a horse if she gets pregnant and it usually makes them be a little safer.
Usually.
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post #70 of 104 Old 11-15-2010, 08:13 PM
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It doesn't have to be "impact", they can be broken doing something as simple as riding your bike.

Also, not everyone bleeds when it breaks either. ;)

THIISSSS!

Yes it CAN bleed when it breaks, but I broke mine long before my period and long before my first time because I was really active in martial arts and riding. It won't necessarily bleed at all, and it may not necessarily be painful either. It probably happens the most without people knowing it.
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