Custody and Dealing with Threats
By Heather (bettycrockerpunkrocker)
For whatever reason, it didn’t work out with you and your child’s father. Then one day, out of nowhere he decides he wants custody. He doesn’t approach you nicely, he threatens you. He belittles you. He tells you you’re unfit and he’s taking you to court. He’... Find Out More
September 10th, 2001
by Jamie Colboth
I am only 24, and I know the meaning of life. I have survived teenage pregnancy. I was the girl at graduation with the teeny bump in her belly, not even visible to the human eye. Well, at least not when I was dressed. My clothes got tight, donft get me wrong, but I was only 3 months along... Find Out More
Its a touchy subject. Mama's all over the world who may feel that they have lost a sense of love with their children but are to afraid to express themselves because of fears that society will condem us as wrong. How could you not love your baby they said to me.....How could you not want to be his mom anymore. you have spent nearly 3 years with... Find Out More
Well fuck it, might as well make a post out of it it’s gotten long enough now.
There has been many phrases used here that are identified as being oppressive and offensive to sex workers. But don't worry I'm sure you all have your reasons.
The term "empowerment" as it relates to sex work do folks outside of the... Find Out More
Teenage pregnancy is not a "crisis" or "epidemic," like so many people would like us to believe. The only true epidemic associated with teen pregnancy is the overwhelming and universal lack of support available to young mothers. The only true crisis is the denial of the fact that teenage girls can be, are, and always have been, both sexual and maternal beings, with the capacity to love, procreate, and nurture.
We love our children fiercely. We protect and care for them like any mother, of any age, would. Through Girl-Mom, We hope to slowly show that to the world.
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We do not encourage childless teens to follow our path; face it, it's a tough path. But we encourage all teens that wake to the call of "mama!" before dawn breaks, to do all that they can to empower themselves and nurture their children. We encourage those who, through their own choices and freewill, have evolved from Girl to Girl-Mom. The girls who frequent this site are intelligent, strong, compassionate, socially aware, politically active, and eternally nurturing. Together, we will change the face of "teen parenthood."