Planned Parenthood hooks kids on hooking-up

Just in time for St Valentines Day: National Condom Week

Today Planned Parenthood kicks off National Condom Week, oddly coinciding with St. Valentine's Day when couples pledge unconditional love to each other. The organization, which had its beginnings in the work of eugenicist Margaret Sanger, is actively engaged in selling sex to children, as young as those in grade school, with graphic videos and books.  The American Life League compiled a video of Planned Parenthood’s materials that are presented to school-age children across the country.

In a press release, Jim Sedlak of the American Life League said “Any parent that sees the video of Planned Parenthood’s material for school children will be horrified,” adding, “Planned Parenthood’s business model is aimed at making money from people who are engaged in sexual activity. Those are the women who will have abortions, which made up 51% of Planned Parenthood’s clinic revenue in 2010.”

The ALL video, called Hooking Kids on Sex, describes a book for 10-year-olds that provides instructions in methods of masturbation. Not content with these instructions, Planned Parenthood also provides instructions for the use of condoms. “If a dirty old man showed this book to kids in a park, he’d be arrested,” continued Sedlak. “Why does Planned Parenthood, a taxpayer-funded organization, get to distribute these books to our children and get more government money?’

The video also discusses Planned Parenthood of the Upper Hudson’s S.T.A.R.S (Seriously Talking About Responsible Sex), which required applicants to the program to be high school students and go to Capital Pride, a parade of drag queens, gay couples kissing and men in thongs dancing on stage.

“Planned Parenthood wants kids to choose it for their sexual education over their own parents,” said Sedlak. “It wants to be the trusted friend and advocate of kids of all ages. It knows that a conversation about sex with a stranger or browsing a Planned Parenthood website about teen sex is easier than talking with their parents. The abortion giant has no problem using tax dollars to exploit that fear and make money off those kids.”

See the video here



Spero News editor Martin Barillas is a former US diplomat, who also worked as a democracy advocate and election observer in Latin America. He is also a freelance translator.

The views and opinions expressed herein are those of the author only, not of Spero News.
Filed under politics, religion, sexuality, contraception, planned parenthood, eugenics, Democracy and Human Rights

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