Many people don't wish to acknowledge the fact that it only takes once to get pregnant, which may very well be the case for the pregnant teenager.
Yet many people will look at her as lowly, assuming she got pregnant on purpose and had slept around often.
Can you begin to imagine going through all of these at the same time?
Children need to be fed, bathed and cared for almost full time, do these people get the support they need?
In the Sex and the City generation, this was a definite high school stereotype: that there was one girl who was so knowledgeable about sex, but way to cool to care about being labelled as anything because of it.
As well as the betting jocks, there was also the nasty jock, who was kind of the butt of jokes as well.For many teenage girls, becoming pregnant can mean a withdrawal of support when it is most needed.Teenagers when they become pregnant can suffer from a lack of support from the school and schoolteachers, the general public and even friends and family.Here are 11 of the most recognizable high school personality stereotypes from the '90s.If the '90s taught us anything, it's that the ditziest diva can actually be hiding a whip smart intellect and a heart of gold.But to tell a story quickly, especially in the setting of a teen film, it's not always possible to explore what makes people people.So we get characters who express one characteristic only, and wind up with a sometimes hilarious mix of stereotypes to choose from.Did anyone else not secretly think Jamie Kennedy was hot in Scream?He was played as the culture junkie, but also was kind of cute, no? In American Pie, when everyone else was just trying to "lose it", she already had a mouth like Samantha Jones and was the encyclopedia for sex.You don't need to look much further than Molly Ringwald in the '80s, who was often the girl next door surrounded by a cast of specially nuanced personality stereotypes. They're not exactly reflective of how people really are.In reality, we're all dimensional characters with different personality elements all rolled into one.