Or we can withhold our judgments and go to Out North Saturday (tonight) and see movies made by teen moms and hear their stories.
Pro Creativity Film Premier
Teen parents showcase their stories
As part of Out North's education program dozen local teen parents worked with film professionals to learn story craft and film production to make short autobiographical films.
Come see their films, meet the filmmakers, celebrate their success, and learn about the Pro Creativity project.
7pm Saturday January 29, 2011Admission is FREE, families welcome
This event encourages and supports Out North's Education Program
But I'm sure a lot more parents will spend $10 each on their kids to see a movie that models irresponsible teenage sexuality and another $15 for popcorn and drinks instead. And why do I think these are the same people who complain about government, demand individual responsibility for others, and love Sarah Palin for her stands on abstinence education and see no inconsistency with that stand and her grandson's unwed mother? OK, now I'm being judgmental. But I do think bad parenting is one of the biggest problems we face today, and girls becoming mothers, particularly without the fathers, is just not the best way to go.