New York City’s government is promulgating a set of advertisements arguing against teen pregnancy:
HRA’s new Teen Pregnancy Prevention campaign shows the high costs teen pregnancy can have for both teen parents and their children. The campaign features ads with hard-hitting facts about the money and time costs of parenting, and the negative consequences of having a child before you are ready. The campaign will be on display on subways and bus shelters citywide, and will also feature an interactive texting program and a video.
I’m sorry, did I say against teen pregnancy?
These ads argue against becoming a teenaged parent.
That is a very different thing entirely.
(Story originally seen at Trog’s.)