I saw the cover of the latest release of OK! a few days ago, while checking out at a store. It was Jamie Lynn Spears, and her child. I remember reading about her last year. “Jamie Lynn Spears: Not That Innocent” was the headline. That was when the media jumped on teen pregnancy.

Now that the child is born, OK! released those pictures for a princely sum of $1 mil. Mohler has something to say about it, and he includes some outside criticisms:

Jane Brown of the University of North Carolina asserts that the
Hollywood version of the teen pregnancy storyline lacks commitment,
contraception, and consequences. Critics complained that the movie Juno mentioned condoms “only” twice. The assumption is clearly that teenagers simply will have sex, and the best parents can hope for us that it be “safe” sex.