The Pregnancy Project: Stereotyping In High School

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The Pregnancy Project is about a high school senior who fakes being pregnant to show here school and community about stereotyping in her school and community. Gaby Rodriguez is an honors student on tract to be valedictorian. Every senior has to pick a project to study for their senior project. Gaby chooses Stereotyping for her projects. Not only is she going to be researching it she is going to be living it. Gaby is going to fake being pregnant and hide it from her family and friends. Gaby is only telling her boyfriend, mom, a few teachers, and friends about her not being really pregnant. They are going to write down everything they hear people saying about Gaby and once a week they are going to meet and tell her what everyone has been saying

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