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Tonight we will be discussing teen pregnancy. Is teen pregnancy necessary We are going to discuss why there is a decrease in pregnancy? Why do children find it difficult to communicate with their parents about sex and pregnancy? Is there a need for Planned Parenthood? Do you agree with Planned Parenthood selling the body parts of aborted babies? This is just alittle of what we are going to talk about so tune in tonight from 7pm to 9pm and call in at 347-308-8813 to join in the conversation.
We would like to touch base on teenage pregnancy. Its becoming a normal situation but we wanna talk prevention method parents can do to help their children not become a statistic.
The question is at what age do you feel introducing birth control is okay? Would you put your daughter on birth control to avoid her becoming a teen mother? Why or why not?
Even though the teen pregnancy rate has declined over the past few decades, the fact of the matter is that the United States has the highest teen pregnancy rate of the Western industrialized world. It is true that the teen pregnancy and birth rate was much higher prior to 1980 (and especially in the 1950s and 1960s), but at the time young women were getting married and having children before the age of 20. Most of the teen pregnancies occurring before 1980 were to married women; now most of today's teen mothers are unwed.
Hey you guys! Its sexy sultry Saturday and tonight we're talking about teen pregnancy and how to make a difference in our community. A lot of politics will be discussed on tonight and we ask that you keep an open mind and that you call in and give your input! The number to call is 347-857-4391 Press 1 to be cued in! You dont want to miss out on this topic!
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Teen dating has changed over the years and the violence in teen dating is on the rise. According to a nationwide study experts say the latest numbers reveal a startling culture of relational abuse, especially emotional abuse, with much of it happening online. We've seemed to turn a blind ey to helping teens understand how to treat each other properly and giving them parental guidance and support in their relationships. Discussions on teen sex, abuse, neglect and other social issues. Guest speakers and youth participants.
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Over the last two decades teen pregnancy has declined greatly due to oral contraception and education, along with a more open dialogue with parents. However, there is still on average 26.5/per 1000. There is a huge variation in race, state of residence (with southern states being most prominent). If your teen had an early pregnancy do you know what services are available to help them? What about housing, income, education, and ability to provide a sustaining safe life for their children?
There are many issues surrounding Teen Pregnancy, and tonight we are talking about this still hot topic. If you are grandparents to an early teen pregnancy, if you're a friend to someone who had an early teen pregnancy, someone who has more than one child in their teen years; these are all topics open for our phone lines. We do hope you'll join this conversation. Do we discuss openly about contraception, the use of condoms for disease prevention, and the ongoing support needed for these children, as well as the education & steady work, rather than welfare. Do our teens really know what they're getting into with sexual relationships? Are they prepared for the consequences of their actions? Are you finding as grandparents you are providing key early support & assistance for these children? Do you have open dialogue about sex & protection with your children?
These shows are for informative purposes & discussions, they are not intended as any form of legal, medical, or therapeutic advice. Join in w/ Trish about InJustices every Sunday
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