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Teen Pregnancy Stinks ... Here's Proof!

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If this "scratch and sniff" poster won't freak teens out, we don't know what will.

Anti Pregnancy Ad


Posters of dirty diapers have been put up at several bus shelters in Milwaukee. It's part of an ongoing ad campaign by the United Way and Serve Marketing to combat teen pregnancy.

In the middle is a message that says, "This doesn't really stink, but the consequences of teen pregnancy sure do."

What do you think of this controversial new ad campaign?


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42 comments so far | Post a comment now
Ruber Ducky  September 10, 2009, 12:26 PM

Kind of a messed up way to go about it, but I guess whatever works….

I don’t really see how much it’s going to help though. I think it’s important that we stop shielding our children and start teaching them earlier so they really know what they are getting themselves into.

N September 10, 2009, 2:13 PM

i don’t see how this would work

Kristin September 10, 2009, 2:42 PM

Ok, guys. Let’s see how this changes anything… *rolls eyes*

Rachel September 10, 2009, 8:21 PM

I found it kind of funny. Whether or not it’ll be effective, I doubt it. Personally, I’ve put my money on sex ed and contraception.

meg September 11, 2009, 8:46 AM

I can not see, How this ad would work. People will just go past and think oh a dirty diaper gross. What would worl if teens if People would stop handing out life style condoms. Everytime I have used one I have it break on me. Trojans I never had break on me. Thats what we need to start passing is Trojans to these kids. Educating them and Adapt the class where you take home a baby and take care of it. That would work much better then a poopie diaper on a billboard or a stop and most people arent going to scratch and sniff. That would make people vomit.

Mel September 11, 2009, 10:05 AM

How about a picture of the baby coming out of the vagagae that might work a little better. A scratch and sniff doodie diaper I dont think so.

carly September 14, 2009, 2:57 PM

I am a teen myself, and personally I have seen sexually active peers. With raging hormones a picture of a dirty diaper won’t get the point across. Try making them whatch delivery of a child. Although I am not one opposed to teen sex. It’s their life, live it. Be safe and party hardy(:

lil momma September 16, 2009, 11:05 AM

This is a better one:

The campaign is part of a three-year effort by Serve and the United Way to combat teen pregnancy In Milwaukee by de-glamorizing the 30 year old problem. Four years ago Milwaukee was ranked as having the second highest rate of births to teens in the country. After two and a half years of education and public service advertising, the numbers have begun to turn around as the Health Department announced the first significant drop in teen pregnancy in Milwaukee in 20 years: A stunning 10% reduction.

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logan November 12, 2009, 10:37 PM

What? Why has no one mentioned abortion?
That is still an option, no?
Sure, of course use birth control, but if it fails, get an abortion, shhheeeh.

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