i posted this here cause the Empower forum has been a bit dead. and i think it has some SJ relevance.
so jeremy and i saw this movie friday night. its a religious satire where mary, the main character, sleeps with her boyfriend trying to cure him from being gay. she subsequently gets pregnant. she's very religous, has an uber-religious friend, goes to uber-religious high school.
there was one part where she's seen protesting at a planned parenthood (it only a brief thing but very hard for me).
back to the movie: because of her environment, shes not able to really tell anyone and is miserable until the school's only jewish student befriends her. her mother finally finds out somewhere near the end of her pregnancy and wants to send her to a home for deviant children (gay, unwed mothers, atheists etc.).
the movie provides a non-judgmental view of teen pregnancy. its not a super big part - more of something that drives the plot - but whats more "horrible"about her being pregnant is not that she got pregnant but that she is so isolated and has to hide it.
i only wish i had thought to make something mentioning girlmom cause you figure that teen parents will go see it, and/or allies would be interested or something.