Thursday, September 2, 2010

'Pregnant' School Opening Soon...

Heard over the news today that the 'pregnant' school is opening it's doors on Malaysia Day! It'll open its doors to pregnant teens as young as 13. Teachers are to be all females, I supposed. Too dangerous to have men teachers definitely!

It'll be a girls school; since only the XY gets pregnant. Already I'm wondering how the school environment will be like.
The first prerequisite - must be pregnant.
The second - must be school going teenager.
The rest, usual-lah.

Going back to the school environment... what would the chatter among the students be like. When are you due? Who is the father of your baby? Why did you do it? Would these be the standard questions? Or would it be something like this.... lotsa bragging about how many guys they were sleeping with, etc, etc.... I really don't know what to make of such a school. Unless I read wrongly, the state government seems to be sponsoring these pregnant teens.... what other messages are we sending to these kids, huh?

A school full of pregnant teens.... what ideas will the teens in the country think of in general? Sometimes I think our leaders don't use much of their gray matters to think. A whole school full of 'victims', willing and unwilling; and every time each one steps out of the school gate, a social stigma is instantly plastered onto them. Can you imagine the daily onslaught of such stigma? And pimps... do you think this might be one place that they'd stake for future 'workers'? This is surely 1Malaysia Boleh!

5 comments:

Keats The Sunshine Girl said...

OMG! Another achievement?? You're right - absolute KOSONG in the gray matter.

Thomas C B Chua said...

AJ 7, u can't be serious. It has to be called SMKIT - Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Ibu Tunggal.

Thomas C B Chua said...

AJ 7, sori.... baby not yet born so it has to be SMKPH - Sekolah Menengah Kebangsaan Pelajar Hamil.Cute.LOL

AJ7 said...

LOL! Didn't occur to me about the name! Anyway, this will surely be one school that will be 'famous'.

PreciousPearl said...

aiyoh, sounds like a semi-Victorian workhouse...