A Michigan school district won't let two pregnant students show their baby bumps in the high school yearbook because it would promote teen pregnancy and thereby contradict the state's abstinence-only sex ed approach. We can't make this shit up.
White Cloud High School junior Deonna Harris told WOOD-TV that a yearbook staff member recently pulled her aside and told her she had to re-take her photo because her pregnant stomach was too prominent in the original picture. Harris wasn't wearing a sonogram t-shirt or otherwise drawing attention to her belly; she was posing with a few friends in a truck outside school. But White Cloud Public Schools Superintendent Barry Seabrook said her existence contradicted Michigan's (clearly incredibly effective) abstinence-only sex ed program.