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However, it is after one hormonal-driven night at Band Camp, that she is faced with a responsibility no 15-year-old wants to take; being a teen mom.

The audience is taken on a journey with Amy as she confronts her problem and the father of her baby.

Madison Cooperstein's Renee Olstead would go on to star in the acclaimed teenage slasher horror film Unfriended which also features Courtney Halverson as main teen victim character Valerie Rommel, Halverson makes a single episode appearence in Secret Life in a very small role in a scene with Olstead and the two as their respective characters of Jess Felton and Val Rommel in Unfriended are against each other in argument, paralleling their shared scene in Secret Life.

See more » This has to be the most degrading show on television. The female characters are beyond naive and ignorant and the male characters are down right jerks.

As a female who not that long ago was a teen, I felt like I was hurting the human race by giving this ratings. This is NOT the secret life of the American teenager. The main character Amy is made out to be some innocent damsel in distress who gets pregnant her very first time with a guy. Most teens who have kids have had sex more then once.

Most of them, though made stupid decisions also weren't as naive as Amy. Teens know how to get pregnant and they certainly know how NOT to get pregnant. This show makes Amy out to be so innocent she didn't know she was having sex. I can hear teens now using that excuse after seeing this. They make it seem like all of the problems on the show are the fault of the male characters.

The female characters eat up everything the male characters feed to them as if they are so easily coaxed and have no minds of their own.

They make the male characters to be out only for themselves with nothing else on their minds but to coax these "innocent" females who don't know any better. In this day and age, we're strong, intelligent beings.

Men aren't the enemy and they aren't all out for themselves.

Save your dignity and self respect by NOT watching this trash.

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