June 20, 2008

DT Friday Freakout: A Very Special Episode Of Zoey 101 Edition

Ho-ly crap, just one link today, folks. The rest can wait:

Time Magazine reports that "nearly half" of the 17 pregnancies this year at Gloucester High School turn out to be part of a pregnancy pact, a group of under-16 girls who set out "to get pregnant and raise their babies together."

QUESTION: How many Jamie Lynn Spears fans got pregnant at GHS?
A. 17
B. 9
C. 8.5
D. 7, plus one girl named Zoey who totally hates Jamie Lynn for like totally ruining her name, bitch, but who found a 24-year-old homeless dude to knock her up anyway.


Pregnancy Boom At Gloucester High [time via dt reader dana]


Hey, didn't you just say a couple weeks ago that Boston was a freakshow? This is within commuting distance.

...anyway...the Gloucester Times reported on the pregnancy pact back in March. That article mentions Spears as well as Juno and Knocked Up. A more recent article hints that some blame may lie with the fact that the high school has a day care (which, incidentally, isn't prepared to take in 18 babies [newly reported number of pregnancies]).

But also: "The idea isn't a new one, though. According to Bill Albert, deputy director of the National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy, 10 percent to 15 percent of teen pregnancies are intended."


"found a 24-year-old homeless dude to knock her up anyway"

I'm guessing Gloucester High students don't take genetics until their senior year.

[unless they're actually in some kind of Tuskegee Experiment: Genetics Edition -ed.]

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