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    I would **** her, then I would feel sorry for her.
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    (Original post by leedswest)
    I don't think he intended to talk to a 13 y/o, and he certainly didn't have a sexually explicit conversation, which would have been illegal.
    Even if the conversation had been sexually explicit, if he wasn't aware of her age, he'd be in the clear. And that is in the odd circumstance where the person he was chatting to online suddenly decided to report him to the police (this is someone who is clearly sexually free-minded enough to have sex at 13 and want to proceed with the birth of a baby at that young an age).
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    (Original post by lilyobz)
    simple abortion really, and yes i would be dissapointed
    Makes me sad how you can say "simple abortion really"...
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    (Original post by arkhamz)
    It takes two to tango.
    I meant beat up the father of the baby but yeah
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    I'd probably beat her up for getting knocked up in the first place,
    My little sister is 10 though but still...
    Although after I've done that I'd try and get her to give her child away, she's too young to give her life away,
    Heck I'm 16 and for the next 7 years or so I'd feel too young to even consider having a child

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    (Original post by Novascope)
    Makes me sad how you can say "simple abortion really"...
    early stage of pregnancy, whatever is in there isnt even human, i really wouldnt shed a tear
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    (Original post by lilyobz)
    early stage of pregnancy, whatever is in there isnt even human, i really wouldnt shed a tear
    Lol am I crying? Anyway everyone's entitled to their own opinion on the matter
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    (Original post by Novascope)
    Lol am I crying? Anyway everyone's entitled to their own opinion on the matter
    i didn't say "you" were crying, im saying i personally wouldn't be distraught about it 0.0
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    why are people so judgemental? if we're talking about a hypothetical 13 yr old, a) you dont know the circumstances, it could have even been rape, and b) its only natural, it can happen to anyone in the heat of the moment (oh and i say this as a 17 yr old virgin, am not using as an excuse for my behaviour) and c) dont you love your sister and would want to support her and her baby, should she choose to have it (her choice) no matter what. she would have gone through enough with society judging her


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    (Original post by MylittlePlusle)
    Yesterday on Omegle, under the interest of pregnancy (There are a lot of males who are into that fetish...) I met a 13 year old girl who was pregnant...

    There is the chat: http://logs.omegle.com/5bd89c8

    I don't think she fully understands what will happen to her life, I feel sorry for her parents, they will have to be parents again...

    I don't think any gynecologist would allow a 13 year old to have a child.
    I can't help but think you were a little harsh drilling on about abortion, you could have suggested adoption?

    But I agree with you, FAR TOO young
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    (Original post by karmacrunch)
    You realise that she is 24 right?
    Or is that the point, that 13 year olds see her as a role model?

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    Role model :/
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    (Original post by cuckoo99)
    Role model :/
    Well isn't that more the fault of the parents for not correcting that behaviour?

    The idea that celebrities become our role models in good in some sense, because some of them have good traits. But it doesn't mean that they then have to be perfect, or that we should follow everything that they do.

    I think Sebastian Vettel is a good role model in some senses, he's a fantastic athlete and hasn't let anything go to his head etc. but he did dye his hair blonde because he lost a bet, and swore in podium interviews and demanded a Brazillian nightclub get some Jagermeister for the celebrations of his 4th (could have been the third actually) championship. He also has a baby to a woman he's not married to, but he is 27...
    He shouldn't have to become a model for good behaviour in all aspects of his life just because I think that he's a good role model in that he's a dedicated athlete. And it's up to me as a parent (hypothetically speaking, I don't have or want kids) to point out to my children that the athleticism is good, but the swearing is bad.
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    (Original post by hafzaaa)
    Being 13 and pregnant is not a great thing but aborting makes everything worse and would psychologically disturb her. After a while she will get used to it and look after her child just as any parent would, her age does not stop her from being a good mother. If this was my sister I'd not tell her to abort I'd support her and help her with the child, because that's what family does.
    She won't look after it though will she. HER PARENTS will look after it. The child will be 3-4 when she finishes the legally required education. So she missed out on the sleepless nights, nappy changing, crying, puking, all the good stuff because she's at school.

    At which point she'll drop out and society will support the child OR she'll continue with education in which case the child will nearly be in it's teens by the time she takes up the majority of the responsibility.


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