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The meme “X Against Teen Mothers” originated when a Facebook group created by a Facebook user under the pseudonym of Dmitri Shostakovich titled “Christians Against Teen Mothers” garnered support from Christian fundamentalists, which in turn provoked opposition from teen mothers. The group was created in mid-February of 2010 and eventually had approximately 500 Facebook users joining the group before it was deleted by Facebook a few weeks later. Thereafter, another group was created again and had approximately 400 Facebook users joining the group before being deleted by Facebook again due to the large amount of opposition and reportings of the group to Facebook.
Teen mothers and their sympathizers had proceeded to create their own group titled "Close down “Christians against teen mothers”" and other numerous groups in opposition to the group “Christians Against Teen Mothers”. The humor which ensued from the manufactured hostility between teen mothers and Christian fundamentalists had then spawned several different groups that denoted against teen mothers due to the quarrelsome nature of the people that disliked the groups being created against them.
One of the successive groups to appear subsequent to “Christians Against Teen Mothers” was “Teen Whores Against Teen Mothers” created by another user to provoke even more opposition from teen mothers. The humorous nature of the subsequent group had then inspired even more users to create other groups targeting teen mothers. All sorts of groups ranging from “Sabrina The Teenage Witch against Teen Mothers” to “Captain Planet against Teen Mothers” began to appear. Users then became quickly bored with ordinary ideas such as television characters to go against teen mothers and the meme began to take a life of its own. Weirder, uncanny and bizarre proponents against teen mothers started to appear as more groups were created against teen mothers. Chemical substances and long English words began to be used as proponents in groups such as “Dimethyldichlorosilane against Teen Mothers” and “Pneumonoultramicroscopicsilicovolcanoconiosis against teen mothers”.
At this point in the life of the meme, the motive to provoke opposition from teen mothers had receded and the impulse displayed was to create even weirder and out of the ordinary proponents against teen mothers. Abstract groups with titles such as “The closing credits to the 82nd Annual Academy Awards against Teen Mothers”, “The theme song to the hit TV show The Big Bang Theory against Teen Mothers” and “Row 17 in Business Class on Air France Flight 332 against Teen Mothers” had been created.
Each of the groups had garnered users to join and users began to post macros and other images relating to the title of the group, within the groups themselves.
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