I was looking through one of my friend's yearbooks, having been too cheap to buy my own, when two pages caught my attention. They were near the front, pages 26 and 27 to be exact, and they covered the rather controversial subject of teen pregnancy. This did not bother me, that is, until I read the three-paragraph blurb that accompanied the various pictures of teenage parents and their children.
The idea of dedicating two pages in the yearbook to this subject is not itself wrong. Rather, it is the way that teen pregnancy is described by the people responsible for these pages (no offence to Jeffery or Alex, I'm sure that you're nice people). When articles like this are written and placed in a book where thousands of young minds will see it, some discretion should be used.