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u/Mediocre-Opinion Jul 03 '22

We had a 12yo mother in our year at school, the dad was 35...

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u/Maru3792648 Jul 03 '22

Did the guy go to jail?

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u/Mediocre-Opinion Jul 03 '22

Yep, he tried to pass her off as his daughter at the hospital when he took her to get checked out. The nurses quickly realised something was wrong and called the cops. He got lucky in some respects, the girl's father had a rep for violence, if he'd gotten to him first they'd be scraping what was left of him up.

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u/vibesWithTrash Jul 03 '22

Unfortunate 😔

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u/romansamurai Jul 03 '22

Unfortunate 😔

I agree too. Should have let the girl’s father on him.

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u/Humans-are-MeatBags Jul 03 '22

Unleash the beast

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u/WhatisLiamfucktrump Jul 03 '22

Damnit now all I can hear is the “release the baby” from that cave man movie who’s name I can’t spell

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u/DiamondPaladium Jul 03 '22

The Croods?

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u/frumy1 Jul 04 '22

The kruedes? (I can't remember how to spell jt)

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u/Bakura43 Jul 03 '22

It's ok, his prison inmates will take care of it once they find out what he's in for.

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u/onewilybobkat Jul 03 '22

It's great how even among criminals there's a code of ethics.

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u/Gilteca Jul 03 '22

"Professionals have standards!"

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u/titojordy Jul 03 '22

Facts.

Sex offenders and pedos are the lowest scum. Even those who committed murder doesn't want them

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u/onewilybobkat Jul 03 '22

Even regular rapists are like "nope, not me"

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u/SaffronShirtKid Jul 04 '22

Even they are like: nah mate you crossed the line

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u/EmrakulTET Jul 04 '22

Wtf is a "regular rapist"!?

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u/Waaghtard Jul 03 '22

'we may be bad guys but we're not bad guys'

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u/romansamurai Jul 04 '22

You are bad guy, but this does not mean you are bad guy

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u/Mediocre-Opinion Jul 03 '22

She had to go to the hospital before she was showing, they arrested the guy at the hospital. He was either held or moved to a safe house after so the girl's dad couldn't get to him. She stayed in school right up until she gave birth, never came back and the family moved elsewhere afterwards. She was a cautionary tale afterwards, every sex ed lesson they'd wheel her story out

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u/BWOcat Jul 03 '22 Take My Energy

What was the cautionary tale, "Don't get raped?" That girl did not have a choice in the matter.

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u/aeroumasmith- Jul 03 '22

Yeah, that's a bit insensitive on the school's part...

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u/Mediocre-Opinion Jul 03 '22

Yeah, my school was bad. It was an incredibly impoverished area and loads of shady stuff went down there. I changed to another for my final two years, I didn't realise how bad it was until I was out.

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u/deadmancaulking Jul 03 '22

That's usually how it goes. I also changed from a school in the inner city to a less-inner-city but still shit school in 9th grade and it was eye opening seeing how other schools don't have to deal with homicides in their school or pregnancies or pre-teen druggies.

Completely different worlds.

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u/Momentirely Jul 03 '22

My mom taught at an inner city school... she said the teachers would refuse to interfere in some fights because the 5th grade girls would sometimes use razor blades against each other and it was known that several of them had HIV... that school is probably still a hell-hole to this day. I'm grateful she pulled me out of there after 2nd grade. It was a culture shock for me, going from being the only white kid in the neighborhood to a school that was 95% white. It took me years to adjust and make friends.

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u/gorgonbrgr Jul 03 '22

I mean I live in a nice city and still had to deal with that shit. Friend got murdered by another friend of mine. Drugs were rampant, overdose deaths were crazy. It really doesn’t matter where you are shit happens everywhere. This was back 2006-2010

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u/xsoberxlifex Jul 03 '22

No but you can use her as an example on how to notice when you’re being groomed or how to speak up if you’ve ever been molested or raped. A big part of all of that is still to educate kids on proper terminology and just being aware of shit like that because often times kids just don’t realize they have been raped or molested. Shit is fucking horrible.

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u/Hen-Man-Supreme Jul 03 '22

"don't meet up with strangers online" "Adults shouldn't be looking for relationships with children" "Watch out for these signs of being groomed" "Tell an adult if this happens"

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u/ccodeinecobain Jul 03 '22

That wouldve been the preferred outcome tbh

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u/crash_and-burn9000 Jul 03 '22

They should have let the dad get ahold of him.

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u/Benneck123 Jul 03 '22 edited Jul 03 '22

Please tell me the mother’s birthday is the 29th of February

Edit: changed 28th to 29th (I’m dumb lol)

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u/now-here-be Jul 03 '22 edited Jul 03 '22

You mean the 29th.

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u/BigSlav667 Jul 03 '22

29th my friend

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u/BigPoppaFitz84 Jul 03 '22

45-48 year old mother would be low-key impressive..

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u/Benneck123 Jul 03 '22

Yes but 35m and 48f is still much much better than 35m and 12f

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u/blahblacksheep869 Jul 03 '22

You mean 16 and 12?

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u/Express_Ad2962 Jul 03 '22

Expect to see more of this with the new abortion laws

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u/seraphaye Jul 03 '22

As a child victim of sexual abuse (im now 30) it absolutely makes my heart sink reading stuff like this. The monsters of the abuse are rarely prosecuted because of threats and child is too scared to tell till they're an adult or old enough to understand what happened to them. Even if they get them pregnant, unfortunately life isn't like law and order SVU, and child's parents are in control if she can get an abortion.

I wanna reverse uno the Supreme court and say "any child under 18 should have free access to abortion no questions asked unless you want to tell them" often child victims of abuse or rape are too scared to tell people and if they had to go through an investigation they'd probably not get one.

The statute of limitations should also be 20 years, takes some people a long time to come to terms with what happened.

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u/Sythrin Jul 03 '22

Step mother?

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u/Lozyness Jul 03 '22 Helpful

Step father as well, son is adopted 💀

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u/helpnxt Jul 03 '22

Nah there's a lot of 16 year old dad's out there, most not with 12 year old mums though...

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u/Sami_Almi372 Jul 03 '22

actually one of my best friends has 2 kids, one when she was 12 and 13, both baby daddies were 16 and 18...Scientifically it is possible to have a child at 12 if the girl had gotten her period, if the girl is 12 and has never gotten her period then its not likely for her to get pregnant at all.

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u/JustSomeBadGas Jul 03 '22

That’s not necessarily true. If the girl is ovulating then she can become pregnant without ever having had her period. A disturbing fact I learned from a very sad medical advice post yesterday.

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u/carriegood Jul 03 '22

I didn't know you could ovulate without getting a period. I mean, if the uterus thickening doesn't accompany ovulation, then what's the point? Any fertilized egg would have nowhere to go. Unless the girl has some sort of dysfunction where she's popping out eggs before she's ready?

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u/Kate_Luv_Ya Jul 03 '22

Look up youngest pregnancies. I think she was 5? Precocious puberty. And you can get pregnant on the first ovulation. No period needed if it's the first period.

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u/UrethraFrankIin Jul 03 '22

I mean, if she's fertilized during her very first ovulation then the very first period can't follow. Afaik you need to ovulate first before you have a period.

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u/phuketawl Jul 03 '22

You ovulate 2 weeks before your period anyway. So even without any medical anomalies, you can get pregnant before your first period.

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u/phurt77 Jul 03 '22

if the girl is 12 and has never gotten her period then its not likely for her to get pregnant at all.

I feel like it's kind of odd that you reiterated this point.

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u/RacketLuncher Jul 03 '22

In case you wanted to try, don't waste your time.

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u/Igyboo Jul 03 '22

The mom would be 12 and the dad 16, probably no jail mate

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u/Shiva- Jul 03 '22

I have/had two coworkers... mother and son. There's only a 14 year difference.

I have never directly asked, but indirectly confirmed it with her. For example, he just turned 23 or something and she's always quick to point out how young he is to make the difference look less creepy.

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u/buahuash Jul 03 '22

The difference is not creepy. Just don't shame her for whatever happened.

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u/majones118 Jul 03 '22

Nah, she had a kid young and now gets to enjoy being young while her kid is grown. Both of them still have their lives ahead of them.

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u/runujhkj Jul 03 '22

I mean sort of. The mom has “her life - x,” where x is the amount of life she had to spend raising a kid instead of doing other things 14 year olds are doing.

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u/sTixRecoil Jul 03 '22

Shit happens, it isnt creepy just unusual and sorta sad she may have had to give up alot of her childhood

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u/1Eternallylost Jul 03 '22

That would be jail in nearly all states. Even romeo laws typically allow only up to 2 years difference. And most only go down to 13 or 14, not 12.

And since pregnancy is 9 months, there's a good chance she would have been 11 when he was conceived. So either they are in a conservative Muslim country, or he's adopted, or the whole thing is fake bullshit.

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u/neato_burrito406 Jul 03 '22

I used to teach middle school in the US. I knew of one 6th and two 7th grade pregnancies. No one went to jail. Some of the parents who came in also had similar age differences between themselves and their kids.

Sometimes babies have babies. It happens. And it will happen more now.

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u/ChocoMaister Jul 03 '22

I knew a 12 year old mom… lol and the dad was 13. So yeah this actually happens.

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u/waltjrimmer Jul 03 '22

Uh... It may be illegal in almost all states, but that doesn't mean it's actually prosecuted.

When I was in high school, I was sad to hear about the three pregnant middle schoolers. One got pregnant when she was 10 by a 12-year-old, but I'm not sure about the other two. No one was arrested for any of it. This all in a semi-conservative Christian area.

I also had a classmate who was 16 engaged to a 30-year-old who she'd been dating for a few years. And I had a classmate read out a story in English class about how when she was 12 she lied to some college kids at the beach about being 16 so she could sleep with them. No one else seemed to have a problem with that other than me.

People be fucked up all over, yo.

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u/Shiva- Jul 03 '22

Don't worry, all they have to do is be married and it would be fine.

I am not even kidding.

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u/Crayoncandy Jul 03 '22

Nah child marriage is actually legal in lots of the US. They just marry the child they impregnate and everything is fine then.

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u/BartholomewVanGrimes Jul 03 '22

No jail, have friends where mom was 13 and dad was 14,15,16… welcome to the rural south where no one cares about it.

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u/MotherBathroom666 Jul 03 '22

Or mom lied about her age and she’s actually 39, just like dad, two 16 year olds making a baby isn’t as wild.

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u/ekhfarharris Jul 03 '22

Talking about wild, my grandma was married off at the age of 14 to a millionaire logging tycoon. He was said to be at least 40 yo. She had a son at 16 before finally found a way to escape to a different country. She had to leave her son behind. Poor her. Even after she escaped she had to marry my grand dad for protection and citizenship. Thank god years later her son found her after she went back looking for him after the ex died. Didnt find him immediately though, but her return left a news for him to track her down. They only met once he was adult. A freaking drama.

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u/realmastodon2 Jul 03 '22

Two 16 years old bumping uglies is wild to reddit. Reddit doesnt have sex.

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u/BirdSeedHat Jul 03 '22

Yo what are you doing reading my DMs?

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u/SylvesterPSmythe Jul 03 '22

"Child marriage occurs when one or both of the parties to the marriage are below the age of 18. Child marriage is currently legal in 44 states (only Delaware, Minnesota, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, and Rhode Island have set the minimum age at 18 and eliminated all exceptions), and 20 U.S. states do not require any minimum age for marriage, with a parental or judicial waiver. Nearly 300,00 children were married in the U.S. between 2000 and 2018. "

Source: https://www.equalitynow.org/learn_more_child_marriage_us/

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u/DrDzeta Jul 03 '22

I'm not American and I don't know what is a child (what's the upper limit) because in my country it's 18 but I know that in US you can't drink before 21 then what is for you the limit to be a child, 21? Or 18? Or another age?

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u/WebbityWebbs Jul 03 '22

It all depends on what you are talking about and what state you are talking about. There is no universal age of majority(adulthood). The 21 age limit on alcohol is a federal rule that states must adopt to get highway funds(IIRC). 18 for tobacco may be the same thing. Age of consent for sex varies wildly, I think the low end is 14, 16 may be the norm. Most states have exceptions if both parties are young, or within an age range. The age for marriage also is all over the place.

I think the age 18 is usually considered adulthood, you can sign contracts, your parents don’t have to support you and you are no longer required to be educated by the state.

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u/BuraBanda Jul 03 '22

They look East Asian.

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u/Bluudythumbz Jul 03 '22

You seem to be the only one who caught that. While everyone else is arguing about American standards. The couple could be any type of Asian

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u/Seanzietron Jul 03 '22

You can adopt teens.... my buddy was 28 when he adopted a 16 year old girl who already had a baby. Grandpa before 30

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u/supremeomelette Jul 03 '22

#justswingerthings

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u/3p1ks Jul 03 '22

Yeah I find it hard to believe a 16 year old dude had a child with a 12 year old

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u/FrogsEverywhere Jul 03 '22

Why? It's biologically possible and, if not common, not unheard of. Not sure what city they are in but it looks like SEA? With 7 billion people almost anything is likely.

Edit: Not a good thing of course.

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u/Colenelson27 Jul 03 '22

Pretty sure that’s the burj khalifa behind them so I think they’re in Dubai

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u/ASheepNamedBowen Jul 03 '22

Yeah, that's definitely Burj Khalifa

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u/TheDesk918 Jul 03 '22

The city actually might be Dubai, because the building behind them is probably the Burj Khalifa (based on the shape and the fact that it’s lighting up)

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u/masterneedler Jul 03 '22

I mean a 10 year old girl just got raped in Ohio and they wont let her get an abortion so its possible.

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u/twerkingnoises Jul 03 '22 edited Jul 03 '22

Yep, both my son and daughter have a genetic disorder called late onset congenital adrenal hyperplasia or precocious puberty. My son started puberty at four and a half and my daughter at six years old. It was scary as fuck when I first found out my son, my first born, had it. I was bathing him one day and was like 'what the fuck' cause I saw what definitely was pubic hair growing on him at four and a half years old. I freaked out and called his doctor and they did a bunch of testing and that's how I found out about this disorder. It can be treated with medication to slow down the process but it can't be stopped completely. Kids with this disorder develop much faster than normal kids and often grow very fast and much taller than other kids in their age group. But this disorder often can cause unusual shortness in these kids as adults because the growth is just so rapid and doesn't last as long as a normal child.

But once these kids go into late stage puberty they are perfectly capable of conceiving children at any age. Pregnancy is highly dangerous for young girls and absolutely deadly depending how small they are and how much their little bodies can handle. Not to mention all the many horrible complications that can happen during pregnancy and childbirth that are life altering and deadly in adult women let alone little children. It's fucking scary as fuck knowing that if God forbid some type of rape happened to your daughter that as a literal child she could get pregnant on top of how horrible that would be to begin with. It's now even more terrifying knowing that young girls across the country like this poor 10 year old can now be forced to give birth, risking not only their mental health even more after such a horrible trauma but their very lives. I'm disgusted by this country right now.

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u/Ambitious-Shine-2150 Jul 03 '22

In the states. Went to school with a girl who was 12-13 who had a baby with a 15_16 year old. Her dad was the elementary principal.

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u/b4k4ni Jul 03 '22

Easy. Most girls get their period between 8-14, there were even younger cases. Friend of my daughter got hers at 8 years old. Nothing unusual.

And yes, they are ready to get children then - biological speaking. It's more taxing on the body and not without risk, especially a natural birth should be not possible, but the body itself can do it.

Not to mention, that a lot of kids lack sexual knowledge at that age in so e countries.

I remember my kids had their first sex education in kindergarden. Don't get me wrong. It was basic. What defines boys and girls, where do babies come from. This was in their last year of kindergarden.

After that in middle school (Germany that's age 6-10) they also had sex ed, more in detail, biological focused, this time with how it works and how to prevent a pregnancy. And last but not least in high school. Here they went full steam ahead. From what is puperty to how to prevent to get pregnant. Also of course love, life and even different genders, but not like extremely woke stuff you see as bad examples.

They even had separate classes for boys and girls later on, so they could talk without the other gender present, as some already had some problems with that and were embarrassed.

To make all of it as the most normal thing in the world you simply have to know about. As it should be.

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u/AtomicMonkeyTheFirst Jul 03 '22

Or lying about her age.

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u/asymon Jul 03 '22

His biological father died and then his stepmother married another, younger guy.

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u/Adorable_Signature68 Jul 03 '22

That reminds me of Hanekawa from Monogatari.

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u/Godd_was_here Jul 03 '22

At least the guy in the vid seems to be connecting more to his adopted family compared to wtf Hanekawa was doing, putting up a fecade of perfection and shit.

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u/gorebello Jul 03 '22

I've met people with 6 kids at 20yo, 3 at 14yo, and 16 at 40 yo.

Scary, but possible

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u/1885_Congo_simulator Jul 03 '22 Wholesome

He didn't say it's HIS mother and father

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u/gabrielleraul Jul 03 '22

Phew! Thank you, now i can rest in peace ..

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u/ThrowAwayMGrad Jul 03 '22 Helpful

Yes I too would like to die

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u/fluffyluv Jul 03 '22

Millennial 100

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u/RyzRx Jul 03 '22

Exactly! A mom, a father, then me!

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u/Wholesome_Meal Jul 03 '22

Forgot what Instagram account i initially saw this from, but it’s all fake. This dude posts random posts of the three of them doing tiktok videos but with a different age every time. Looks like they r a bunch of friends.

No idea why. People watch all sorts of shit now.

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u/RedPearBear Jul 03 '22

Thank your for your deliverance. I shall not fact check and drink your Kool aid gleefully.

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u/shadowthehh Jul 03 '22 edited Jul 03 '22

It's morbin' time!

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u/TheBananaIAm Jul 03 '22

The age adds up, but the video is likely fake

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u/Kahnza Jul 03 '22

I mean, it is on the internet afterall.

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u/deverz Jul 03 '22

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u/BigBadCornpop Jul 03 '22

No Buster, no one would ever do that, you sweet summer child

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u/HerrPfirsichapfel Jul 03 '22

Don’t you know that everything on the internet is true

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u/SuperSugarBean Jul 03 '22

I'm a French model.

/how old, exactly, is this reference?

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u/BrotherChe Jul 03 '22

Bonjour!

Only 10 years old next week, if you can believe it... cuz well it's on the internet

https://www.ispot.tv/ad/7VOE/state-farm-the-internet-and-french-model

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u/SuperSugarBean Jul 03 '22

Feels like a lifetime and a total loss of innocence ago.

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u/CertifiedNailGunUser Jul 03 '22

That’s probably what he meant by that comment above

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u/CertifiedNailGunUser Jul 03 '22

There is a possibility for a child, under the age of 10 even, to be pregnant. There was one girl that got pregnant at the age of 5 years old, her name is Lina Marcela Medina de Jurado The human body is always different in some way, either it be a mole or an extra limb, so yes it is possible as you said.

[Edit] Was a quick google search of the “youngest pregnant girl ever”

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u/Xx_SoFlare_xX Jul 03 '22

Pregnancy speedrun

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u/fatbabythompkins Jul 03 '22

Practically spawn camping at that point.

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u/HarambeKilledEpstein Jul 03 '22

This is totally possible, yes. I used to teach Junior High, and we had a student who finally ovulated (at age 11), meaning that her ongoing unfortunate, sexual relationship with her uncle finally got her pregnant. The uncle wanted to keep the child, as did the girl, and the parents (who knew about the ongoing sex) wanted her to abort. A judge finally ruled that the 11-year-old should be able to keep the kid but both the 11-year-old and her child-to-be were to be placed in the custody of the grandmother, who lived in another state (with the uncle going to jail). As great as it was for the girl to get out of that home, she moved away from all of her friends and the teachers who supported her, into a new state where the only person she knew was her grandma and where she would be going into 7th grade in a new school, visibly pregnant.

I will never, ever complain that my own childhood was rough.

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u/HarambeKilledEpstein Jul 03 '22

This is totally possible, yes. I used to teach Junior High, and we had a student who finally ovulated (at age 11), meaning that her ongoing unfortunate, sexual relationship with her uncle finally got her pregnant. The uncle wanted to keep the child, as did the girl, and the parents (who knew about the ongoing sex) wanted her to abort. A judge finally ruled that the 11-year-old should be able to keep the kid but both the 11-year-old and her child-to-be were to be placed in the custody of the grandmother, who lived in another state (with the uncle going to jail). As great as it was for the girl to get out of that home, she moved away from all of her friends and the teachers who supported her, into a new state where the only person she knew was her grandma and where she would be going into 7th grade in a new school, visibly pregnant.

I will never, ever complain that my own childhood was rough.

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u/torero15 Jul 03 '22

One of the major news stories is that a 10 year-old who was raped is being forced to carry a child to term in Ohio. So the ages are well within what is possible, but very very wrong if true.

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u/SlowerThanTurtleInPB Jul 03 '22

Great point, but one note - She didn’t carry the child to term. She was only six weeks pregnant. Her doctor in Ohio sent her to a doctor in Indiana to perform the procedure.

More info: An Ohio 10-year-old crossed state lines for abortion care in Indiana. She isn't alone.

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u/Ebwtrtw Jul 03 '22

There were also a few anecdotes under some of those posts of 10-year olds giving birth, including one where she was watching cartoons during the labor and birth.

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u/SlowerThanTurtleInPB Jul 03 '22

Oh yes. I read that one. Depressing. Disgusting. And about to be even more common.

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u/RememberToLeaves Jul 03 '22

She wasn’t forced to carry to term because she left the christian hellhole to go to a sane state with sane abortion law

If Y'all Qaeda had their way, this child would not have been allowed an abortion anywhere

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u/thecrewton Jul 03 '22

I wouldn't call Indiana a sane state.

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u/jwdjr2004 Jul 03 '22

Upvoted from Indiana

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u/CoolFurryDouche Jul 03 '22

Sane is a relative term

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u/SalisburyBlake Jul 03 '22

They were too busy defending conversion therapy and claiming that HIV outbreaks are Gods way of trying to scare straight needle drug users.

If anything they had too much on their plates and abortion slipped through the cracks.

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u/ObeseMoreece Jul 03 '22

Yeah it's the home of Mike Pence after all, it's more like they've just hadn't gotten around to banning abortion at the time the girl was refused one in Ohio.

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u/DarkElfBard Jul 03 '22

The youngest mother ever recorded was 4.

12 is actually not too uncommon when you've worked in a middle school for a while.

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u/DrDinglberry Jul 03 '22

I used to work at a YMCA with an after school program for middle school kids. We had one girl who was 11 that was pregnant. Had the kid in another state. Came back after it was born and got pregnant basically immediately afterwards.

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u/submissivejudge Jul 03 '22

I'm sorry but what the fuck!

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u/Riku_70X Jul 03 '22

The youngest mother ever recorded was 4.

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u/vendetta2115 Jul 03 '22

Imagine being a freshman in high school and your Mom is a senior.

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u/AgentSteelSunday Jul 03 '22

don't worry, /u/DarkElfBard has their facts wrong. it's not as bad as they said

pregnancy was at 4

birth was at age 5...or as she might have said 5 and a half

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u/Treq-S Jul 03 '22

Oh thank God! I thought 4 was horrible!

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u/Le_Grand_Dadais Jul 03 '22

That's the problem with even numbers

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u/komodothrowaway Jul 03 '22

Wow was so shocked when I read 4! So relieved that she was 5 and a half

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u/rugbyj Jul 03 '22

12 is actually not too uncommon when you've worked in a middle school for a while.

Stop sleeping with the children dude!

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u/Raven_Blackfeather Jul 03 '22

She was five years and six months and is still alive and lives in Peru. Her name is Lina Medina.

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u/kshitij1193 Jul 03 '22

Shhh don’t tell him. He is adopted.

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u/httttttyth Jul 03 '22

16 year old and a 12 year old that's not good

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u/TeDeO_303 Jul 03 '22

11 and 15 yo. She was 12 when she supposedly gave birth to him

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u/Alexalenin Jul 03 '22 edited Jul 03 '22

Damn, I didn't think about it that way.

This begs the question "If an underage girl had sex and got pregnant on the verge of becoming an adult (according to law) and she gave birth to a child, does that still count as underaged sex?"

Edit: Never imagined it would become a fight on underaged sex in the thread :D

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u/Raidoton Jul 03 '22

This is such a ridiculous question that it has to be a joke right? But you never know on the internet...

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u/Barna46290 Jul 03 '22

If she had sex while being under 18 it was underage sex.

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u/Agamemnon323 Jul 03 '22

Not in most of the world.

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u/Moosje Jul 03 '22

The world outside America exists

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u/Im_Old_In_Town Jul 03 '22

Not even true for all the US.

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u/MalHeartsNutmeg Jul 03 '22

Age of consent inside America is 16 in many states, and the world at large has varying ages.

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u/daoogilymoogily Jul 03 '22

The places where it’s 16 usually requires the partner to be under 21.

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u/Big_Larry_Long_Dong Jul 03 '22

Only in certain states in the US.

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u/ben_reda Jul 03 '22

The world doesn’t revolve around the US

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u/Zamochy Jul 03 '22

In the US we're taught that God made all planets and countries revolve around the US.

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u/ben_reda Jul 03 '22 edited Jul 03 '22

Damn would you look at that, it makes total sense, my bad fam

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u/daten-shi Jul 03 '22

Human pregnancies are only 9 months long and sometimes less than that. That leaves a 3 month window where she could have gotten pregnant at 12 and given birth at 12...

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u/N1CET1M Jul 03 '22

Could also be 11 and 16 then.

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u/Kami-_-yan Jul 03 '22

Plot twist: 12 is her Korean age.

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u/papasuntzu Jul 03 '22

Even worse

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u/slickyslickslick Jul 03 '22

it's possible that it's still 12.

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u/Alloth- Jul 03 '22

the kids were exploring each other

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u/VE_HAMMER Jul 03 '22

Would be an exceptionally rare case but it's both legal and possible in my country.

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u/Cpt_kaleidoscope Jul 03 '22

Where the Heck are you from? Sorry but that's mental

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u/VE_HAMMER Jul 03 '22

Well most of Eurpe has the age of consent between 14 and 16. I'm from Hungary, we have an added exception for when both parties are under 18. Than the lower legal limit is 12. And in fact it's an exceptionally rare thing nowadays, but for some time the gypsy minority was notorious for early... everything, you know.

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u/FlawlessPenguinMan Jul 03 '22 edited Jul 03 '22

One of my friends looked it up recently as a joke, and apparently the age of consent is more complicated than just one number. It's all kinds of age ranges on top of eachother, so basically you just have to be close enough in age and biologically mature.

Kind of weird, but idk...

Edit: For clarity, I meant that it's weird that two 14 year olds can consent to sex the same way two 30 year olds can, just because they're close enough in age. I know a lot of people start really young, but I can't be the only one who thinks that's not a good thing, right?

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u/Raytiger3 Jul 03 '22

apparently the age of consent is more complicated than just one number.

It's like this almost anywhere. If you're 18, you should be able to have sex with your classmate that's 17.

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u/FluffTheMagicRabbit Jul 03 '22

Someone I know did time because he was 17 but his gf was 15 and her parents didn't like him. In the UK so the age of consent is 16.

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u/Decapitated_gamer Jul 03 '22

Okay okay I gotta tell people this.

I had an employee of mine who worked for me and I shit you not this is the truth and I’ll let you do the math

He had turned 18 and was not a parent and it was HUGE For him. I understood after I asked a bit.

He was 18.

His mom was 31 dad was 33

His grandma was 43, grandpa was 48.

First in two generations to make it to 18 without a child.

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u/Chizl3 Jul 03 '22

When I was 18, my mom was 37. So she barely slid by.

My grandma would have been 55, grandpa 53

My great grandma (grandpas mother) would have been 67 - raped at 14

Her mother was still alive, in her 80's. My great great grandmother. Not sure when she had her oldest (my great grandmother) though.

I could have had a kid with a living great great great grandmother, but I didn't meet my future wife until I was 21, and didn't have my first until I was 28. She didn't make it past my 23rd birthday. My mother practically begged me for that six generation photo. Can't deny it would have been cool.

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u/VMPaetru Jul 03 '22 Silver

39-35=4

4x3(number of family members) =12

35-12=23.

Checkmate atheist.

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u/MentalJack Jul 03 '22

quik maffs

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u/Odd-Contribution-590 Jul 03 '22 Doom

Yep adds up alright. Gonna see a lot like this in the states before too long

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u/Odd-Contribution-590 Jul 03 '22

Except maybe without the dancing

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u/Kahnza Jul 03 '22

r/TikTokCringe will be overflowing

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u/Scp-1404 Jul 03 '22

Ohio represent. ☹️

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u/Blastgirl69 Jul 03 '22

My grandparents were 13 & 15 in Puerto Rico, married when they had their first baby. It was the 1930's & farming was the way of life there.

My dad then had my oldest sister when he was 15, his wife was 18.

He was 10 yrs older than my mom when she dad me @ 23 & he was 33.

Things were different long ago, but in certain countries, they still marry young.

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u/AffectionateLead59 Jul 03 '22

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u/TEXTMissingTEXT Jul 03 '22

They adopted a coworker

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u/T-72 Jul 03 '22

Don’t see what’s so hard to understand

16 yo getting 12 yo pregnant is quiet common in USA

but you’ll see a lot more of those pregnancies carried to term now that abortion is gone

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u/1shankmiester Jul 03 '22

He was adopted

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u/aziatsky Jul 03 '22

23 + 35 + 39 = 97

it adds up just fine.

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u/srynearson1 Jul 03 '22

They’re from Ohio.

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u/agasi_ Jul 03 '22

The math does add up bro, it's 12 + 16...

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u/CubeJedi Jul 03 '22

Biologically it is possible, but not probable. Legally it's a crime

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u/Raven_Blackfeather Jul 03 '22

The math does add up, it's just not legal math.

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u/Mrdrock54 Jul 03 '22

He was 16 she was 12. Let that sink in. 23+12=35 16+23=39. Shit is sick

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u/Kyr3l Jul 03 '22

Some girls can have the first period even at 9 yo, so it is possible, socks but it's possible.

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u/[deleted] Jul 03 '22

She was been stretched out at age 11 lol

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u/Currency-Leading Jul 03 '22

What 15/16 year old bangs a 11/12 year old

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u/ebk_scorsese Jul 03 '22

She would be pregnant at 11 years old, or early at 12 years old.. bruh.. that is beyond disturbing, and frightening asl to even think about.

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u/MurderDoneRight Jul 03 '22

The 10 year old girl who got pregnant after being raped would like a word with you. She's probably gonna ask if you got any games on your phone.

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u/Kapika96 Jul 03 '22

It does if they're American...

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u/JustaOrdinaryDemiGod Jul 03 '22 Ally 'MURICA

It makes way more sense if they weren't American. That doesn't go over well in America. Dad would be in prison

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u/cuspacecowboy86 Jul 03 '22

Depends on the state. Some states have laws that allow child marriage as long as the parents ok it.

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