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Bristol Sheeran Marie Palin (born October 18, 1990) is the second child and oldest daughter of former Governor of Alaska Sarah Palin and her husband, Todd.

After Bristol Palin became a single mother at age 18, she began to publicly advocate teenage pregnancy prevention, and is now a paid speaker on the subject of teen pregnancy.

She competed in the fall 2010 season of Dancing with the Stars, where she received lower scores from the judges than some other contestants but was voted through week after week by fans.[3] She reached the finals, finishing in third place.
In May 2009, at age 18, Palin worked with The National Campaign to Prevent Teen and Unplanned Pregnancy to inform young people about the negative consequences of teenage pregnancy. The campaign’s spokesman, said that working with Palin made sense, because “she’s had the highest-profile teen pregnancy of the year.”[11] Several interviews and pictorials for similar organizations followed. Also in May 2009 Palin was named a Teen Pregnancy Prevention Ambassador for the Candie’s Foundation,[12][13] a teen pregnancy prevention organization that is a division of the Candie’s clothing brand.[14] In April 2011 it was reported that Palin was paid more than $262,000[15] by the foundation for her work in 2009. This level of compensation, which constituted 12 percent of the Candie’s Foundation operating budget, was criticized by some commentators[who?] as excessive.[16][17] Her duties as a paid spokeswoman involved attending town hall meetings, public service announcements, and giving interviews on morning talk shows.

On Good Morning America, she stated, “Regardless of what I did personally, abstinence is the only 100% foolproof way you can prevent pregnancy.”[18] In another interview on Good Morning America with Robin Roberts she stated that ‘Pause Before You Play hits a wider range of message, it can mean pause and go get a condom, it can be pause and think about your life, or it could be pause and wait until marriage.’[19] Before Palin became a spokeswoman, she told Fox News that abstinence is “not realistic at all”, but that she would like it to become more accepted among people her age.[20] Several weeks later, she stated that that quote had been “taken out of context.”[21] However, in a July 2011 interview with Drew Pinsky, she said she doesn’t want to “be named as an abstinence preacher…. I’m not out there saying don’t have sex. I hate that kind of stuff. Birth control needs to be used effectively each and every single time if you’re gonna be having sex…. I’m not advocating [abstinence] for everyone else.