NO. Every teen has there story and unless you know them you have no right to hurtfully judge them. I have quite a few friends with young children and while some made a mistake others actually couldn't help what happened. When I see a pregnaut teen I actually smile. Even if I don't know her story I know that shes trying and shes dealing with whatever she or someone else could have done. It takes so much for a young girl to say goodbye to her teen years, or to say good bye to the baby through adoption. I have slot of praise for girls who own up to things and ty to make them better.
So far the stereotype fits the majority of pregnant teens, i.e. financially unstable, usually the responsibility for the child falls on the grandparents. End up being single mothers as the boys are too irresponsible to deal with their part of the responsibility. The don't get a proper education and as a result their children may suffer the same.
I short I agree that not everyone is the same, but I have yet to see or hear of a pregnant teen who did not have a lot of the above struggles and more and fell pregnant due to careful planning and common sense.
My best friend got pregnaut at 16. From the second shhe found out she quit smoking partying and drinking. She got into an early graduation program got her highschool diploma. Shes in online collage, has full responsiblity of her daughter with her boyfriend and works at a animal clinic. Shes 19 and her daughters 2 1/2. Any girl can do it if she really trys. Everyone struggles witgh almost anything.
I think that the number a girls and guys ready to have a baby in there teens years is far less than it was 200 or more years ago. health wise regarding the baby it's better to breed before 20. less defects but with the way our world is set up today i would have a child until in mid thirties if at all.