20.6.08

Gloucester Teens Had Pact To Get Pregnant

When I got up this morning I turned on the Fox Cable to watch the morning news. When this was reported I almost dropped my coffee. 18 girls made a pact, an agreement to get pregnant. Some thoughts passed through my head:

1. The prophecy of Pope Paul VI is proven correct again, the availabity of contraceptives has increased, not decreased, the promescuity of teens.

2. The Pro-abortion faction in this country will have a field-day telling us that if these girls had only had contraceptives open to them, (Condoms are not given out at this school which is located in a mostly Catholic town.) and planned parenting classes this could all have been averted.

3. I will be watching for the first reference to the Texas polygamy case and how the two are parallel. I will lay money on this... the media will be outraged, not because they became pregnant but because they chose to get pregnant, and the children in Texas were "forced".

4. In the end how many more will come forward. I have heard a report that as many as 150 freshmen girls were in on the pact. Where were the teachers? I will be waiting for the report that it was reported but that the report was ignored.

5. Lastly how many will be given up for adoption, and how many of the girls will be convinced by their parents and relatives to have an abortion? Just forget about it. Act like it never happened. Go on with your life. I think I am going to be sick...

Of course this falls on the same day that Britney Spears' 17-year-old sister Jamie Lynn, star of Nickelodeon's popular TV show "Zoey 101," has given birth to a baby girl. Jamie Lynn Spears gave birth to Maddie Briann on Thursday morning at a hospital in Mississippi. A high school student who lives in Louisiana, Jamie Lynn Spears reportedly met the father, Casey Aldridge, the son of a Tennessee paper mill worker, at church. The couple are engaged. "Zoey 101," which wrapped production on its fourth and final season in September, revolves around a headstrong student at a co-ed boarding school in California.

The article below has my comments in italics

GLOUCESTER, Mass. (WBZ) ― There's a stunning twist to the sudden rise in teen pregnancies at Gloucester High School. Seventeen students there are expecting and many of them became that way on purpose. (It is now 18)

Time Magazine first reported that nearly half of the girls confessed to making a pact to get pregnant and raise their babies together. None of them is older than 16.
(Pacts to have a baby should be doen by a husband and wife, not by a group of girls sitting around a picnic bench."Im bored' says one, "Me too" saye another. "I know says a third, lets all go out and get pregnant!" just as if they were going to have an ice cream.)

Schools Superintendent Christopher Farmer told WBZ's Bill Shields Thursday the girls had "an agreement to get pregnant."

Farmer said these are generally "girls who lack self-esteem and have a lack of love in their life." (lack of self asteem is not a reason to get pregnant.)

"The common threat is the lack of self-esteem and purpose in life, and a lack of a sense of direction," said Farmer. ( I thought that is why children got to school. If there is no direction then he is to blame for that.) "Young women wanting and needing affection."

Principal Joseph Sullivan has not returned calls from WBZ for comment.

Sullivan told the magazine that the pact wasn't the only shocking incident.

"We found out one of the fathers is a 24-year-old homeless guy," he told Time. (Well that makes it better, no home, no money, just a hookup for a half hour. That is beter than the Muslim terrorist can look forward to.)

Last month, two top officials at the high school's health center resigned in a fight over contraceptives distribution. (Not because they didn't want to pass it out but because the school doesn't allow it. Looks like #2 Is answered) Medical Director Dr. Brian Orr and chief nurse practitioner Kim Daly support confidentially giving contraceptives to students. They were outraged about resistance from Addison Gilbert Hospital, which administers the state public health grant that funds the school clinic.

Normally, the school has about four pregnancies per school year.

According to Time, school officials started looking into the spike in pregnancies after an unusual number of girls came to the school clinic for pregnancy tests. Some came by several times.

"Some girls seemed more upset when they weren't pregnant than when they were," Sullivan told the magazine.

The pregnant girls and their parents turned down requests to be interviewed.

A recent graduate who had a baby during her freshman year told Time she knows why the girls wanted to get pregnant.

"They're so excited to finally have someone to love them unconditionally," Amanda Ireland, 18, said. "I try to explain it's hard to feel loved when an infant is screaming to be fed at 3 a.m."

Ireland also spoke with WBZ about her young pregnancy.

"I don't call it a mistake because the way I look at is everything happens for a reason," Ireland said. "But, no, she was not planned."

Ireland will soon become the godmother to her 17-year-old friend's baby boy. Kyla Brown is one of the school's 17 pregnant girls. She says her pregnancy was not planned. Her baby is due in mid-September.

WBZ has also tried to contact Mayor Carolyn Kirk and Public Health Director Jack Vondras. Both are said to be out of town this week.

Beyond the social implications of the pregnancies, there are some legal questions being asked, including whether the men who fathered the babies will face charges of statutory rape. (In North Carolina rape is a Life sentence.)

Jhesu+Marie
de Brantigny

2 comments:

Anonymous said...

These 17 pregnant whores from Gloucester are just sluts…what’s the big deal? Didn’t your high school have sluts who'd screw anybody? That’s what abortion is for, to prevent these kids from having the burden of babies…the public better grow up and realize that kids control their own lives now. Kids can get pregnant and get an abortion (or have a baby) without parental consent. That’s just the way it is now, so , “tough it!” Kids today know their rights, and no adult is going to get in their way!!! It's the law, jerkoff.

Of course, Sharia Law in Iran (favorite country of Whoopi Goldberg and Rosi O'Donnell) would handle the highschool pregnant slut in Gloucester differently. They'd be stoned to death. Amina Lawal Kurami (born 1973) is a Nigerian woman. In March 2002, an Islamic Sharia court (in Funtua, Nigeria in the northern state of Katsina) sentenced her to death by stoning for adultery for conceiving a child out of wedlock. The father of the child was not prosecuted for lack of evidence.

de Brantigny said...

In the futer please refrain from your colourful language.

No these girls are misdirected.

Because we do not follow Shari'a here, these girls are commended to the mercy of God.

The men need to go to prison.