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Britain's youngest parents Watch

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    http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/arti...y-aged-13.html



    What do you think about this?
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    Not sure what there is to be proud of, but okay lol
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    Too young and too much responsibility at that age. Not saying they can't be good parents, but why would you want to sign your life over so soon?

    Good luck to them though
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    (Original post by + polarity -)
    Not sure what there is to be proud of, but okay lol
    Bravery instead of getting an abortion
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    I definitely couldn't say proud with a straight face if that was my daughter
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    the kids aren't gonna be taking care of the babies anyway. Their parents will be
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    It's always a shame when children have children.
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    They are only saying proud because they are ****ing ashamed.

    Idiot parents and their kids in an oversexulaised society.

    I wager their 13 year old sex lasted less than 30 seconds.
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    Bravery instead of getting an abortion
    Is it brave to follow the default option? The baby was coming anyway
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    (Original post by + polarity -)
    Is it brave to follow the default option? The baby was coming anyway
    At that age, yes I think it's brave. They must have been really scared. Most teenagers are persuaded into abortions or adoptions I'd assume.
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    If that was me my parents would have put me on the first plane to Ghana

    they're so young but at least they'll be supported I wish them luck
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    (Original post by Robbie242)
    I definitely couldn't say proud with a straight face if that was my daughter
    ...and what if it was your son who got the girl pregnant?
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    (Original post by Ripper-Roo)
    ...and what if it was your son who got the girl pregnant?
    I definitely couldn't say proud with a straight face if that was my son
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    This is just sad.
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    (Original post by Ripper-Roo)
    At that age, yes I think it's brave. They must have been really scared. Most teenagers are persuaded into abortions or adoptions I'D ASSUME.
    then clearly you don't have enough facts to make a valid argument.
    no one forces teenagers into an abortion.most teenage pregnancies are a secret to almost everyone until its too late, or unless the child has been brought up to consider teenage pregnancy the norm.
    There's a very fine line between bravery and idiotic self destruction, and i think by having the child these kids have crossed it.
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    (Original post by Ripper-Roo)
    Bravery instead of getting an abortion
    The really brave option would have been to get it adopted, so it has the chance of a stronger family.
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    This is so ****ing wrong. If my daughter got pregnant at that age, or my son got a girl pregnant, I'd slap her/him ****ing silly.
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    Why is there not a law against this?

    That kid should be taken by social services and put into adoption. Those people are not parents they're children.
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