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This Twitter Saga About A 12-Year-Old Who Gets His Girlfriend Pregnant Is A Comedy Roller Coaster You’re Going to Want to Ride

By Nina / lundi 18 septembre 2017 06:30
In the latest literary blockbuster à la Twitter, a pre-teen learns the importance of sex education after his girlfriend tells him he’s gotten her pregnant. He’s ready to own up to the FML until he learns something crucial: you need to have sex to get pregnant.

Is there anything that strikes fear in the hearts of horny adolescents quite as much as the prospect of unplanned pregnancy? Surprise fetuses are what give sexually-active youngsters early onset GAD and are one of the things that keep virgins virgins.

So imagine the panic that 12-year-old Kiran A. David felt when his middle school girlfriend told him she was pregnant. Impressively, his reaction was not to freak out (at least not immediately), but to step up and be a father.

In this parable of innocence and ignorance, our protagonist tells the true story of the time he learned how babies are made and progressively realized he had no part in making the baby he was just about ready to father.

Prepare yourself for an action-packed thread of raw storytelling and emotional gifs driven by poignant cultural differences and subpar sex ed. @KiranTheNomad is here to teach a lesson.

Fair warning: it's pretty long.

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By  anyoldnamewilldo  |  21

I feel for this kid, but it seems it proved to be a valuable life lesson. Am I the only one who thinks it's a shame that a 12 year old was ready to man up when a lot of guys twice his age or more wouldn't? And I do hope the gf learned her lesson about cheating too.

By  RichardPencil  |  22

I ended up feeling bad for the kid. It was so sad that he had no idea about the Facts of Life. Are they really putting sex ed off so much, or eliminating it altogether, and keeping kids in the dark?

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By  RichardPencil  |  22

I ended up feeling bad for the kid. It was so sad that he had no idea about the Facts of Life. Are they really putting sex ed off so much, or eliminating it altogether, and keeping kids in the dark?

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  mike3775  |  29

My kids school offers it in 5th grade, but parents can opt the kids out if they feel "school isn't the place to learn it". My kids learned about sex before 5th grade. The boys around 8 (once they start getting saying things like "it's weird" down there, etc) and daughter when she had her first period. Many parents simply never tell kids about sex, thinking if they not know about it, they won't do it, which is wrong

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We don't have sex ed. We have biology. So we study human reproduction, plant reproduction, asexual reproduction, detailed diagrams of the penis, vagina, egg cells, sperm cells, the menstrual cycle, the chromosomes, number of chromosomes different animals have... and then we had tests.

By  anyoldnamewilldo  |  21

I feel for this kid, but it seems it proved to be a valuable life lesson. Am I the only one who thinks it's a shame that a 12 year old was ready to man up when a lot of guys twice his age or more wouldn't? And I do hope the gf learned her lesson about cheating too.

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  SevieCookie  |  12

Ok, I kinda want some context for why you say this. Is it because you think girls can't get pregnant at 12 years old or that they are acting like they are ready to be mothers at 12 years old? Because if it's the former, then you might want to look into puberty for girl because for many of them their first period will be around that time or even before.

By  truecountrybitch  |  20

Honestly i dont feel bad for him. Proud that he tried to man up and take care of the baby but what kind of life would that child have? This 12 year old PREACHERS son cant even manage to make a comprehensible sentence. The girl is not mentioned a lot maybe she was raped? We dont know; step dads can be asshole. The educational level of this whole conversation is beyond imaginable. Schools should teach the children better grammar and maybe the parents should explain a little at a time about sex ed. to meet the childs level of understanding.

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  lexx26  |  4

i agree with u sex ed needs to be more educational and understandable but this girl was not rape because her mother even said that the boy was not her bf so she has another boy that her mom knew about

By  GoogieWithers  |  16

His parents should have spoken to him about sex before this age. It is nice to keep your innocence, but as we can see by this story some people will take advantage of that. OP, at 12, was more of a man than some so called adults.

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