It's an approach that has worked in Milwaukee and New York, and now another mid-western city hopes the startling images featured in this print ad campaign will tackle the problem of teen pregnancy.

Public health officials in Chicago hope that the graphic visual of a "pregnant" teen boy will remind sexually active young people that an unexpected pregnancy isn't just the girls' problem. The ad will be displayed close to schools and in parts of the city with the highest rate of teen pregnancy for about a month.

 

 

Use the comments section to share your thoughts with us. Will this be an effective campaign to reduce the problem pf teen pregnancy, or is the visual of a "pregnant" young man too graphic and inflammatory?