Teen Moms

Teen Moms

Secret Pleasure Secret Pleasure
So I am watching the show teen moms on my tivo right now what does everyone think of this show? were any of you teen moms? how would you feel if your child was a teen parent?
02/09/2012
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T&A1987 T&A1987
it sends the message that if they get pregnant young, they can be on MTV and make lots of money (not really, but they're teenagers, which ranks just above sea cucumbers in terms of reasoning).
02/09/2012
Ryuson Ryuson
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Originally posted by T&A1987
it sends the message that if they get pregnant young, they can be on MTV and make lots of money (not really, but they're teenagers, which ranks just above sea cucumbers in terms of reasoning).
This is why I'm against it, as well. It glorifies it a bit.
02/09/2012
Cookie Monster Mike Cookie Monster Mike
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Originally posted by T&A1987
it sends the message that if they get pregnant young, they can be on MTV and make lots of money (not really, but they're teenagers, which ranks just above sea cucumbers in terms of reasoning).
I agree somewhat. I just don't get teenagers. There are so many things to say what contributed to them getting pregnant. Poor judgement, bad parenting, forced into it, pressure etc. Back in high school (2000-2004) I think I saw at least 20 girls pregnant in the 4 years. Whatever happened to actually growing up and actually being responsible enough to take care of a kid?
02/09/2012
Ms. Spice Ms. Spice
It would be a great show if MTV didn't glorify their idiocy and bad choices so much. I think it's good for the public to know that not only comfortably married people have children, and it's an eye opener for those that think this way.

However, it's sad because though they've decided to accept the responsibility of a child, they still act like complete dumb asses. MTV seems to pick the cream of the crop- I know that not all teenage parents act like that. There are those that ACTUALLY step up to the plate and do their best to be good parents, despite their situation.
02/09/2012
BobbiJay BobbiJay
I was 19 almost 20 when I had my son. So I am still considered a "teen" mom. I realized what it boiled down to was that my parents were so strict and refused to talk about sex to me I was completely uninformed.

I would be very disappointed in my son if he became a teen parent. I will be very open and informative when he starts having questions. No I don't want him to have sex but as I have proved to myself, you are NOT going to stop a teenager from having sex if they want to.
02/09/2012
Rod Ronald Rod Ronald
19 when I had my first as well. Never worked out and it's still a on going mess. It's hard as hell when your young. You think you can do all these things and you simply can't. You need friends and family in your corner to pull it out, but it's still very rough.
02/09/2012
Ansley Ansley
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Originally posted by Cookie Monster Mike
I agree somewhat. I just don't get teenagers. There are so many things to say what contributed to them getting pregnant. Poor judgement, bad parenting, forced into it, pressure etc. Back in high school (2000-2004) I think I saw at least 20 girls ...
That's a fallacy. Women have been having kids during their teenage years for thousands of years. This idea that you're supposed to be 18+ to get married and procreate is a completely new concept relative to the human timeline. Not more than 100 years ago, if you were unmarried and didn't have at least one kid by the time you were 18, you were considered a spinster and unlikely to ever get married.
02/10/2012
Cookie Monster Mike Cookie Monster Mike
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Originally posted by Ansley
That's a fallacy. Women have been having kids during their teenage years for thousands of years. This idea that you're supposed to be 18+ to get married and procreate is a completely new concept relative to the human timeline. Not more than ...
It was more personal opinion but I do get what your saying. I have done a lot of reading on history and how things used to be, whether 100 years ago, or 500. I guess it's how we all have an outlook on society and our beliefs. These days there is just so much to life other than having sex and getting pregnant at such a young age. It amazing how much changes in 100 years really.
02/10/2012
Ansley Ansley
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Originally posted by Cookie Monster Mike
It was more personal opinion but I do get what your saying. I have done a lot of reading on history and how things used to be, whether 100 years ago, or 500. I guess it's how we all have an outlook on society and our beliefs. These days there is ...
Right. My outlook is that it doesn't matter how society has changed and what's available now or then, our bodies haven't adapted to society's extension of childhood past the age of 13. Until our bodies delay puberty to keep in line with society's view on when those things should happen, it's going to be a problem whether MTV makes money off of it or not.
02/10/2012
xilliannax xilliannax
Guess I'm not understanding what I've seen of the show. The girls are always crying, the boys never want to be with the girls, ignore the children and they're always suffering. I guess I'm missing the glorifying part.

I was 22 (23 in a month) when my eldest was born and 24 (25 in a month) when my second was born.
05/22/2012
Sundae Sparkles Sundae Sparkles
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Originally posted by Ryuson
This is why I'm against it, as well. It glorifies it a bit.
agree...
06/30/2012
LoveYouLikeThat LoveYouLikeThat
I was 19 when I got pregnant, and 20 when I had my son. So technically I was a teen mom, but I graduated from highschool and was working when this happened. I do think that the show glorifies teen pregnancy.

I cant stand the show.. it's a trainwreck
06/30/2012
MistressDandelion MistressDandelion
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Originally posted by Cookie Monster Mike
I agree somewhat. I just don't get teenagers. There are so many things to say what contributed to them getting pregnant. Poor judgement, bad parenting, forced into it, pressure etc. Back in high school (2000-2004) I think I saw at least 20 girls ...
These both posts, exactly. I couldn't word it better.
06/30/2012
hotcherry hotcherry
I was 17 when I had my first child
06/30/2012
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