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A time to spend with our families doing things we often end up fighting over, a time to complain about how hot it is (only if we're talking about the humidity of course), and a time to watch men on the beach walk around with their young daughters proudly wearing their D.
Considering that, according to the Center for Disease Control, there were 4.1 million babies born in the US in 2009, that means that approximately 410,000 babies were born to teenage moms, whom the CDC classifies as girls between the ages of 15-19. I know this is a complex dilemma and solutions aren't simple.
So we're talking about girls between ninth grade and freshmen in college. But, I can guarantee you that if Dads are more active in their daughters' lives, more vocal, more involved (in a positive way, Dads) we can put a big dent in this number.
What impact will that have on a 15-year old's body?
Teenage moms are responsible for nearly 10 percent of all births in the United States. I expect "I know what went on in my head when I was a young man," is the first line of defence a D. It's a real thing too, I saw these shirts for myself with my own left-leaning eyes. Because the idea of my daughter's virginity is too precious isn't the same as I want my daughter to be safe. A little bit of sex positivity goes a long way to making our daughters feel comfortable about talking to us about any relationships they do pursue. I'm also willing to give other parents the benefit of the doubt that they're also doing their best to raise young men and women who will be able to enter safe, consensual relationships even at a young age. That line reads to me as "I knew I wanted to have sex all the time and a young girl can't expect that if we're dating, I shouldn't be allowed to act out those urges." That, dear D. Some other alarming observations from this report The teen birth rate in America continues to be higher than the rate of 16 other developed countries.Experts have no answers, only speculation about whether teens are having the same amount of sex, whether their use of contraception has changed or whether they are getting pregnant at the same rate as they used to but are obtaining more abortions.