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DC Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy Baby Posters

Will the DC Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy's Ads Work?

From handing out condoms to preaching abstinence, educators, lawmakers, and parents all look for methods to keep teens from becoming parents, but in Obama's town there's one that may actually work. The DC Campaign to Prevent Teen Pregnancy is using posters of babies to deliver a series of serious messages like, "He told his last baby mama he'd stay with her too. Be a kid. Don't have one." It's an attempt to get teens to think about the child who comes from unprotected sex.

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Bettye-Wayne Bettye-Wayne 5 years
No, what teenager wants to be told to 'be a kid?' They'll take it as an insult and ignore it.
amber512 amber512 5 years
Sadly, no.
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