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New MTV Show Idea: 16 & Pregnant & Positive

When women engage in an activity that dramatically increases their possible exposure to HIV, it also dramatically increases their changes of getting pregnant. In a bit of “duh” science, Johns Hopkins University researchers found HIV-positive women aged 13-24 are five times more likely to get pregnant than their HIV-negative counterparts, as being poz isn’t enough of a deterrent to quit engaging in risky sexual behavior. Yet another reason to recruit kids into the homosexual lifestyle, where getting pregnant is less of an accidental problem.

By:           JD
On:           Feb 4, 2011
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