A panel featuring pediatrician Monica Meyer (Adolescent Medicine, St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center) and Deirdre Wulf (Editor, Family Planning Perspectives, Alan Guttmacher Institute) discussing the reasons for high teenage pregnancy rates and how these rates vary across nations and ethnicities. Moderated by Janie L. Dritzman of The Barnard Women's Center. Part of the afternoon sessions of the Scholar and Feminist Conference XIII. This recording is preceded by BC13-58_SFAudio_189. Papers presented or name of session: "Teenage Pregnancy: Love, Marriage, and the Baby Carriage?".