Ever since Jamie Lynn Spears announced she was with child, teen pregnancy has been a hot button editorial topic, especially in the wake of the success of accidental-mom rom-coms Juno and Knocked Up. So it was only a matter of time until Caitlin Flanagan, the former New Yorker scribe who fancies herself an authority on adolescent sexuality, weighed in. Flanagan is infamous for writing a ridiculously fear-mongering screed in the Atlantic in 2006 about how America's 12-year-olds dispense blow jobs like Pez, in part because porn stars like Jenna Jameson used "abortion rhetoric" about "keeping the government out of private decisions about their own bodies" for profit.
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