Teenage Pregnancy in Britain

@mookhor (304)
November 19, 2008 7:32am CST
Love is a nice exciting word and love-making is a wonderful experience for the human beings and for all given animals. But I am here to point to something else. It is reported that Britain is perturbed because of soaring teenage pregnancy and girls from the age of thirteen only in many schools are being forced to receive contraceptives, pills or injections or elements used for long-acting reversible contraception (LARC) so that the girls are made infertile for a period. Sad it is definitely as it is difficult to face a problem with more than twenty nine thousand babies of the innocent schoolgirls in a year. What does this indicate ? Our school-going children have been enjoying excessive freedom and specially freedom of the body in a part of the globe. Does it a show of our health or illness ? The status of a child-mother is horrible no doubt. It makes me sad to think that love is shifted to the back-benches of life and that the wonder of the body has been taken as the tender petals of a beautiful flower to be crushed and crushed only. What should we do ?
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@zhengyu (61)
• China
19 Nov 08
I think it is our own business , noboby can decide what we do. So we should be self-respecting .