Malaysia has them all…
School girls and school boys and sex. Pregnant school girls. Pregnant teens. Pregnant unmarried women. Unwanted babies. Baby dumping.
30 October 2015
THE SCHOOL GIRL AND HER 8 INTIMATE FRIENDS
Yesterday, police detained eight boys aged 15 and 16 for investigations under Section 376 of the Penal Code.
Friday October 30, 2015 MYT 6:46:20 AM
Form Four student has sexual trysts at home and in classroom
MALACCA: A Form Four student in Jasin has been doing more than studying in school – she is alleged to have had sex with boys in the classroom too.
It is learnt that the 15-year-old admitted to the sexual trysts after her 40-year-old mother spied on her and found out what had been happening to her daughter and eight of her classmates since May.
It is believed that the boys had been coming to the house when the girl’s security guard father, two younger siblings and mother were away at work or at tuition.
On Tuesday, the suspicious mother decided to snoop on the girl when she was home alone.
The shocked and angry woman confronted her daughter after she saw a number of boys entering the house.
At first, the teenager denied getting intimate with her classmates but after persistent questioning by her family, she confessed to her sexual activities.
The teenager is said to have admitted to her parents that since sleeping with one of her classmates at home in May, she had been “naughty” with seven others at various places, including at an empty shack near her home and even in a classroom at school.
Her most recent tryst was last Friday, apparently inside a classroom after school ended.
Thursday October 29, 2015 MYT 9:43:16 PM
Subra: 50 teenagers get pregnant daily
PUTRAJAYA: An average of 18,000 teenagers in Malaysia get pregnant each year and seek medical attention at government health clinics, according to Health Minister Datuk Seri Dr S.Subramaniam.
He said of the total, 25 per cent or about 4,500 cases involved out-of-wedlock pregnancy.
“On average, there are 1,500 cases of teen girls getting pregnant each month or 50 cases a day in the country,” he told reporters after the launch of the national-level ‘Generasiku Sayang’ programme by the Permaisuri of Johor Raja Zarith Sofiah Sultan Idris Shah here.
The Global School-based Student Health Survey carried out by the ministry in 2012 which involved teenagers from the age of 13 to 17 across the country revealed that 50.4 per cent of the respondents admitted to have had sex for the first time before reaching the age of 14.
Raja Zarith Sofiah said stress made teenage girls, who were pregnant out of wedlock, do something beyond sanity that sometimes end in death, unsafe abortion and baby dumping.
She said out of wedlock pregnancies caused social rejection from families and the community to the extent that the girls did not get the necessary support and assistance.
“Stigma and shame may drive teenage girls who are pregnant out of wedlock to go anywhere to get help or protection, which is temporary,” she said.
Raja Zarith Sofiah said the rampant out of wedlock pregnancy problem had resulted in baby dumping.
The problem is due to various factors including child neglect, social problems, influence from social media, urbanisation, poverty, incest and rape.