Here’s an email one influencer tweeted in which she was offered $11,850 (along with a commission) for a single post.
I am twenty-two years old and I have decided that I will not have children. I know what you’re thinking. “Oh, she’s young, she will change her mind.” No, I won’t.
You’re losing more and more sleep because not only do you still have school, you have work and your baby to take care of. You’re probably battling with thoughts such as, “Will I be a good mother/father?” or, “Am I going to be like those messed up parents I see on television?” You probably never even wanted this to happen; maybe you wanted to have kids but certainly not at your age.
“I became a mother just a couple months before I turned 17, and wow, did it turn my life upside-down.”
They get very defensive if anyone implies that they may not be fit to be a mother, even if it is obviously true.
I will never tire of watching the baby-married-dog situation of my peers play out on Facebook; that I can promise you.
I know your sick, unholy, filth-soaked brains will do nothing but sully this pristine hymn with the sin of your own imagination, but that’s all you.
Farrah Abrahams is the biggest enigma of the Teen Mom franchise. And she’s just as fake and unsexy as every other porn actor.
Assuming all young parents are like Teem Mom is like assuming that all 40+ women are about that Real Housewife life.
I used to think the most terrifying thing that could possibly happen to me was being haunted by a demon.