Second boy claims to be dad in UK baby case

A second teenager has reportedly claimed to be the father of a child born to a teenaged girl in a case which has caused an outcry in Britain. British Conservative party leader David Cameron has expressed his dismay over the case. According to reports earlier this week Alfie Patten was only 12 when the baby was conceived with his girlfriend, Chantelle Steadman, 15.

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This is freakin’ ridiculous. Total tabloid, ghetto daytime-talkshow fodder.

What we need to do is focus bio-science to develop hormone that SUPPRESSES teenage sexual urges. This hormone could be administered starting when children start showing signs of puberty. Their injections or doses could then stop after they hit either age 18 or 21. Of course, some people could opt to extend their treatments and get massive tax breaks. Conversely, parents who do NOT give their children this treatment would be FINED and denied “True Patriot” services such as Loans (of any kind), Advanced Healthcare, Citizenship, and the Right To Vote.

This system would put an end to the “Sex Sells” mentality. The population would stabilize, there’d be fewer teen pregnancies, fewer teen sexual scandals, and fewer selfish, mentally-challenged people walking the Earth. The human race COULD then possibly get closer to achieving our True Potential.

It all starts with science. Why are we wasting time on researching better Botox treatments when we could be developing a Sex-Suppression Hormone for the betterment of mankind?


3 Responses to Second boy claims to be dad in UK baby case

  1. amy says:

    I agree! I know, it’s all so horribly creepy and state-controlled and all that, but seriously. If kids can’t control themselves and their 30 year old parents seem to care less…

  2. Richard says:

    Chemically suppress sexuality? honestly? do you know how fucked up kids already are when the only things there taught are from the media? Imagine what will happen when we start USING DRUGS TO RAISE OUR CHILDREN because we can’t be bothered to do it properly.
    Can you imagine how much worse it would be if children had to learn how to deal with sexual emotions all at once rather than learning gradually? It would be worse than it is now, just at the age of 18 rather than 12, which is not that much better. Worse even, the child would have no support to deal with the monumental screw up he/she just made.

    • lonetruth says:

      Well, we’re raising our children with tons of sexuality in the media, look how that’s turning out so far.

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