Teen Pregnancy No Longer Taboo, Writer Says In her recent op-ed, "Knocked Up But Not Out," Los Angeles Times columnist Meghan Daum gives another perspective on why teen pregnancy rates are increasing after years of decline. She says the change in birthrate isn't a result of a lack of education, but rather, "a lack of mortification."
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Teen Pregnancy No Longer Taboo, Writer Says

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In her recent op-ed, "Knocked Up But Not Out," Los Angeles Times columnist Meghan Daum gives another perspective on why teen pregnancy rates are increasing after years of decline. She says the change in birthrate isn't a result of a lack of education, but rather, "a lack of mortification."