Sarah Palin's daughter Bristol Palin: abstinence 'not realistic'

Bristolpalin We've all been so busy talking about Nadya Suleman's 14 IVF babies that we've totally neglected our other favorite unwed mother.

No, not Jamie Lynn Spears.

Gov. Sarah Palin's daughter, Bristol Palin.

The Alaska governor's 18-year-old daughter expressed some startlingly unconservative views to her mom's good friend at Fox News, Greta Van Susteren, on her show Monday night.

She told Van Susteren that teaching sexual abstinence to teenagers is "not realistic at all."

Bristol Palin said, "I hope people learn from my story. It's so much easier if you're married, have a house and career. It's not a situation you want to strive for."

She also denied that her mom's anti-abortion stand was why she didn't terminate the unplanned pregnancy.

"It was my choice to have the baby," she said. "It doesn't matter what my mom's views are on it. It was my decision."

What do you think of Bristol's revelation?

Do you agree with her about teaching abstinence? Is it enough?

Or do kids need to learn about how to protect themselves from STDs and pregnancy?

And when are she and her fiance getting married?

Did Greta ask that? Wonder why not?

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