Posts Tagged ‘teenage pregnancy’

The teenage pregnancy rate in the UK has halved since 2007. A study by BPAS showed that it is due to teenagers being more education and family focussed and socialising online more than face to face. Here’s a BBC article on this topic. This shows that a change in behaviour, rather than contraceptive services, is […]


The acceptance of abortion has ushered in so many abhorrent practices, such as the Morning After Pill,  that is rare to find anyone speaking out against it, and so I was surprised to find this article http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article-3128945/I-wouldn-t-want-daughters-buying-morning-pill-says-Health-Secretary-Jeremy-Hunt-tells-concerns-teenage-girls-buying-contraceptive-without-parental-consent.html which flags up some of the serious concerns. When society accepts that it can end the life of unborn babies […]