Bristol Palin Warns Teens To Pause Before They Play

Teen mom Bristol Palin appears in the above PSA encouraging teens to think twice before becoming sexually active. The 19-year-old talks about the hardships she’d face as a teenage single mom if she weren’t from a famous and supportive family.

In the 30-second spot, Bristol appears with her 1-year-old son Tripp and asks several questions, such as, “What if I didn’t come from a famous family?” and “What if I didn’t have all these opportunities?” The PSA ends with Bristol wearing a plain T-shirt and minimal makeup in a not-so-glamorous living room, with Tripp in the background. She says: “Believe me, it wouldn’t be pretty.”

She then advises viewers to “Pause … before you play.”

The single mother-of-one has been an outspoken advocate for teen pregnancy prevention. “I’m not going to have sex until I’m married. I can guarantee it,” the young mom recently said.

Bristol and ex-boyfriend Levi Johnston are currently in the midst of a bitter custody battle.

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  1. melo1983

    She is getting very annoying and repetitive.

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  2. Anonymous

    I think part of the problem is that teens are not educated well enough on what sexual activity can lead to diseases and/or pregnancy. So many truly believe you can get pregnant from a toilet seat, or that having sex standing up is ok. We need some good sex ed! It really will work.

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    • Are you serious???? Our youth are more educated in sex awareness than they have ever been in all of history!!!!!! Unfortunately they are becoming more stupid and I’m not sure how will fix this.

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  3. Heather

    I don’t know….I think kids nowadays do know you don’t get pregnant from a toilet seat. It’s not exactly the ’50s anymore. Everything is just too much to fast these days for kids. Parents need to be more involved. Teens should not have free reign over things like cell phones (and their apps), internet, driving around & going out with friends without adults. I also believe we should put our kids on birth control. Not all, buy MANY of them will eventually test those waters!

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  4. Anonymous

    She must be getting tired of talking about her stupid mistake over and over. I know I’m tired of hearing it.

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