It takes two to tango, but often the burden of teen pregnancies falls on the one who's actually pregnant. Girls can wind up alone and burdened with not only the task of taking care of her unborn baby, but also the child-rearing as well as all of the financial issues that are intricately tied into parenting.
The Chicago Department of Public Health wants boys to know that it's not just the girls' responsibility, however. According to MyFoxChicago.com, they recently rolled out an ad campaign with billboards showing pregnant teen boys in an effort to spark a conversation on the topic and get a powerful visual message across to those who don't seem to want to listen.
They're not the first city to start focusing on boys as it relates to teen pregnancy. The New York City Human Resources Department came out with a controversial campaign earlier this year which aimed to get kids - and boys in particular - thinking about how becoming a parent would affect their wallets.
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