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Should a girl have to give her child up for adoption if she is old enough to take care of it?

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2016-02-17 03:33:32
2016-02-17 03:33:32

It seems to me someone that cares about her doesn't think she ready for that type of responsiblity yet. But to me I think she has a say so if she want to keep her on child or not. Besides its hard to give up a baby that has been growing inside for nine months.

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