For the first time since 1991, the teen pregnancy rate has increased, say the Centers for Disease Control. As the New York Times reports, the CDC's findings have "fueled a debate about whether the Bush administration's abstinence-only sexual education efforts are working." What's there to debate? I thought we'd already established that the answer was a resounding No. The Times wonders if dwindling AIDS education is to blame for the rising percentage of pregnant teens: "Recent advances in AIDS treatments have lowered concerns about the disease, and AIDS education efforts, which emphasized abstinence and condom use, have flagged." But beyond just teen motherhood, rates of pregnancy for women of all ages has increased, from 14 all the way up to 42. I have to wonder: Is the recent fetishization of celebrity motherhood partially to blame for the population explosion?