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cookinwithgas

Mississippi Leads The Way

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same people against teaching anything but abstinence will be the first ones to bitch when all these teen moms end up on welfare

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And arguing that 15 year old kids should be more responsible and not have sex - it's as if they forgot when they were 15 they thought about sex every single minute of every day.

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Ain't nothing for teens to do in Mississippi but F***.

[Hmmm think about moving to Mississippi]

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same people against teaching anything but abstinence will be the first ones to bitch when all these teen moms end up on welfare

Who teaches that?

Mississippi currently has no sex education mandate and when sex education is provided, the only criteria is that it be age appropriate it is not explicitly mandated that information must be accurate.

http://blogs.babble.com/being-pregnant/2012/04/10/mississippi-leads-nation-in-teen-pregnancies/

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I'll just leave this here.

In the meantime shows such as MTV’s Teen Mom and 16 and Pregnant continue to push the teen pregnancy craze onto teenage girls, some of whom have admitted to getting pregnant at a young age in an attempt to earn a spot on the popular reality TV series.
http://www.inquisitr.com/217950/mississippi-wins-title-for-most-teen-pregnancies-but-numbers-are-finally-falling/#DudVu8D8Q9SZTCrH.99

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thats funny, the words "progressive" and "backwards" are diametrically opposed, but 'ol King here thinks they are the same.

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Meanwhile letting the statistics speak for themselves seems to be just fine at getting the point across.

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I'd like to see the full data analysis.

Income levels, etc...

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