Young Girls PREGNANT!?
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MissBetty

Homer, GA

#1 Mar 2, 2011
What is going on in this town!? Something in the water? There is way to many YOUNG girls pregnant in this town! When I say YOUNG I mean like 14,15,16,17 years old!!! Where in the heck are theses kids parents? I would give them a whipping they would never forget and then kick the BOYS a**! Im sick and tired of paying tax's and all of it being used on food stamps and crap for little girls that lay down to everything with legs and get pregnant because their dam* parents dont want to raise them and keep them home! Whip them and give them rules this world is not a play ground and they need to learn that!
24kt GOLD

Dawsonville, GA

#2 Mar 2, 2011
MissBetty wrote:
What is going on in this town!? Something in the water? There is way to many YOUNG girls pregnant in this town! When I say YOUNG I mean like 14,15,16,17 years old!!! Where in the heck are theses kids parents? I would give them a whipping they would never forget and then kick the BOYS a**! Im sick and tired of paying tax's and all of it being used on food stamps and crap for little girls that lay down to everything with legs and get pregnant because their dam* parents dont want to raise them and keep them home! Whip them and give them rules this world is not a play ground and they need to learn that!
yet the parents are against teaching Birth Control in school.Kids are going to have sex...teach them how not to get pregnant.
Murphy Tripp

Commerce, GA

#3 Mar 2, 2011
Teen pregnancy has been an ongoing thing around here forever. Why suddenly is it a problem. Noones cared before.
Take Responsibility

Homer, GA

#4 Mar 3, 2011
24kt GOLD wrote:
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yet the parents are against teaching Birth Control in school.Kids are going to have sex...teach them how not to get pregnant.
Teach them to keep their pants on and respect themselves.
Info

Texarkana, TX

#5 Mar 3, 2011
MissBetty wrote:
What is going on in this town!? Something in the water? There is way to many YOUNG girls pregnant in this town! When I say YOUNG I mean like 14,15,16,17 years old!!! Where in the heck are theses kids parents? I would give them a whipping they would never forget and then kick the BOYS a**! Im sick and tired of paying tax's and all of it being used on food stamps and crap for little girls that lay down to everything with legs and get pregnant because their dam* parents dont want to raise them and keep them home! Whip them and give them rules this world is not a play ground and they need to learn that!
Worse than all of them being pregnant several involve 1st and 2nd cousins. Funny thing is, every one of them are "good Church going people"
hiawasseenative

Jefferson, GA

#6 Mar 3, 2011
People have been getting pregnant at those ages for hundreds of years. Maybe if the community would provide more activities for children to get involved in. I think the churches need to step up and maybe if we had some sermons about premarital sex and what not it may make a difference. This is nothing new in Towns County, and if it isn't your children then you need to keep your mouth shut. I can think of several young women who have had children very early within the past few years and most of them are wonderful SINGLE parents. I don't see why you are calling the girls whores when it is just as much the guys fault. It takes two to tango and two to produce a baby so the blame should be on both teens. At least the mothers of these babies chose to keep them instead of further commiting a sin by abortion. I give props to young mothers who are trying to better themselves and who have learned from their mistakes. However, shame on you for only putting the girls at fault. I think all these young single fathers need a good whooping so that they will step up and support these children instead of these girls being forced to go after wic or what not. I agree that abstinence and birth control needs to be discussed in school. I believe that if it were more readily available that this would slow down the issue. However, everyone wants to look at sex as being a crime. Teens are going to have sex regardless if you or anyone else like it. I think a lot of parents forget what it was like to be a teenager with raging hormones and curosity. As far as the "church going people" comment goes. There is not a single person that sits on any bench on sunday morning that does not fall short of the glory daily. Who are you to judge others. That's what forgiveness is for and thats God sent his son to die on the cross for all of us. I just think it's ridiculous that you criticize only the girls, when the boys are just as much to blame.
hiawasseenative

Jefferson, GA

#7 Mar 3, 2011
I meant "young dead beat fathers need a good whopping."^^^^^^^^
Dang

Hiawassee, GA

#8 Mar 3, 2011
hiawasseenative wrote:
People have been getting pregnant at those ages for hundreds of years. Maybe if the community would provide more activities for children to get involved in. I think the churches need to step up and maybe if we had some sermons about premarital sex and what not it may make a difference. This is nothing new in Towns County, and if it isn't your children then you need to keep your mouth shut. I can think of several young women who have had children very early within the past few years and most of them are wonderful SINGLE parents. I don't see why you are calling the girls whores when it is just as much the guys fault. It takes two to tango and two to produce a baby so the blame should be on both teens. At least the mothers of these babies chose to keep them instead of further commiting a sin by abortion. I give props to young mothers who are trying to better themselves and who have learned from their mistakes. However, shame on you for only putting the girls at fault. I think all these young single fathers need a good whooping so that they will step up and support these children instead of these girls being forced to go after wic or what not. I agree that abstinence and birth control needs to be discussed in school. I believe that if it were more readily available that this would slow down the issue. However, everyone wants to look at sex as being a crime. Teens are going to have sex regardless if you or anyone else like it. I think a lot of parents forget what it was like to be a teenager with raging hormones and curosity. As far as the "church going people" comment goes. There is not a single person that sits on any bench on sunday morning that does not fall short of the glory daily. Who are you to judge others. That's what forgiveness is for and thats God sent his son to die on the cross for all of us. I just think it's ridiculous that you criticize only the girls, when the boys are just as much to blame.
Dang, Dumbo, this stuff's been going on for hundreds of years?
Rich Redneck II

Pendergrass, GA

#9 Mar 3, 2011
Dang wrote:
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Dang, Dumbo, this stuff's been going on for hundreds of years?
Yes, girls have been getting pregnant for year... of course, since you're a homosexual butt-banger, you wouldn't understand what that means..
Gosh

Hiawassee, GA

#11 Mar 4, 2011
Rich Redneck II wrote:
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Yes, girls have been getting pregnant for year... of course, since you're a homosexual butt-banger, you wouldn't understand what that means..
Gosh, you're projecting again, Dumbo. By the way, a human pregnancy normally lasts nine months, not a year.
For your Info

Dahlonega, GA

#12 Mar 4, 2011
hiawasseenative wrote:
People have been getting pregnant at those ages for hundreds of years. Maybe if the community would provide more activities for children to get involved in. I think the churches need to step up and maybe if we had some sermons about premarital sex and what not it may make a difference. This is nothing new in Towns County, and if it isn't your children then you need to keep your mouth shut. I can think of several young women who have had children very early within the past few years and most of them are wonderful SINGLE parents. I don't see why you are calling the girls whores when it is just as much the guys fault. It takes two to tango and two to produce a baby so the blame should be on both teens. At least the mothers of these babies chose to keep them instead of further commiting a sin by abortion. I give props to young mothers who are trying to better themselves and who have learned from their mistakes. However, shame on you for only putting the girls at fault. I think all these young single fathers need a good whooping so that they will step up and support these children instead of these girls being forced to go after wic or what not. I agree that abstinence and birth control needs to be discussed in school. I believe that if it were more readily available that this would slow down the issue. However, everyone wants to look at sex as being a crime. Teens are going to have sex regardless if you or anyone else like it. I think a lot of parents forget what it was like to be a teenager with raging hormones and curosity. As far as the "church going people" comment goes. There is not a single person that sits on any bench on sunday morning that does not fall short of the glory daily. Who are you to judge others. That's what forgiveness is for and thats God sent his son to die on the cross for all of us. I just think it's ridiculous that you criticize only the girls, when the boys are just as much to blame.
I agree that the boys are at fault to and so are the PARENTS if thats what you want to call them...Everytime I see a young girl pregnant or hear that a young girl is pregnant it makes me sick. They should know better they should use birth control or condoms or maybe even some self respect.
Cosmo the Cougar

Hiawassee, GA

#13 Mar 4, 2011
For your Info wrote:
<quoted text> I agree that the boys are at fault to and so are the PARENTS if thats what you want to call them...Everytime I see a young girl pregnant or hear that a young girl is pregnant it makes me sick. They should know better they should use birth control or condoms or maybe even some self respect.
Those girls won't be balling at BYU.
Mike Huckabee

Hiawassee, GA

#14 Mar 4, 2011
It's all Natalie Portman's fault.
Rich Redneck II

Pendergrass, GA

#15 Mar 4, 2011
Gosh wrote:
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Gosh, you're projecting again, Dumbo. By the way, a human pregnancy normally lasts nine months, not a year.
I'm projecting... And you're being anal... so what? And of course I was writing that "girls have been getting pregnant for YEARS" Believe it or not, I do occasionally make typos.
For your info

Dahlonega, GA

#16 Mar 6, 2011
All the so called parents need to keep their kids at home teach them to wait untill marriage get the girls on some birth control and tell the boys to respect women enough to keep it in their pants and use condoms if anything was to happen because everyone knows guys just cant help it sometimes...BullSh*t.
Flogger

Jefferson, GA

#17 Mar 6, 2011
For your info wrote:
All the so called parents need to keep their kids at home teach them to wait untill marriage get the girls on some birth control and tell the boys to respect women enough to keep it in their pants and use condoms if anything was to happen because everyone knows guys just cant help it sometimes...BullSh*t.
Sounds like a great spoken Eastgate goer... lol
For your info

Dahlonega, GA

#18 Mar 8, 2011
Flogger wrote:
<quoted text>Sounds like a great spoken Eastgate goer... lol
Nope just a very honest person who actually cares whats going on in our little town...
bess

Athens, GA

#19 Mar 8, 2011
ppl need to mind there business these girls have enough to worry about without these negative inputs
Missbetty

Dahlonega, GA

#20 Mar 8, 2011
bess wrote:
ppl need to mind there business these girls have enough to worry about without these negative inputs
Excuse me! It is everyone who pays tax's business when its being taken to support young pregnant girls. It makes me sick to see all these young girls who have not finished school or quit school because they are pregnant. If you want to support them go ahead but im not.
bess

Dawsonville, GA

#21 Mar 8, 2011
it is something thay needs to be adressed but the ones who are already pregnant dont need the stress of people judging them...maybe taking care of the problem now will help in the future but everyone on here trashing these girls is not helping....its not the parents fault they cant be with there kids 24/7...parenting and leactures can only go so far!!!

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