VIDEO: How Planned Parenthood Hooks Kids on Sex

The American Life League has produced another intriguing video.

“Planned Parenthood exposes children to sexual material in order to seed a generation of sex addicts, who will become future customers for the abortion giant.

WARNING: This report exposes Planned Parenthood’s sex programs using images from Planned Parenthood’s own websites and events.”

H/T @Catholic twitter feed

12 thoughts on “VIDEO: How Planned Parenthood Hooks Kids on Sex”

  1. This makes sense. Sex has been apart of our culture for awhile now. Now Planned Parenthood and Hollywood (entertainment industry) is targeting the youth. We must fight against this culture of promiscuity. I will post this on one of my other blogs with a hat tip.

  2. This is a great post, cinhosa. School is no longer about the “Three R’s”, it’s about indoctrination. Anything in this video that needs to be taught, then the proper place is in the home-not school. We must work to bring this activism to a quick and well deserved end.

  3. American Life League has produced a lot of interesting videos. Their goal is to de-fund Planned Parenthood who receives more than $470 million in subsidies from the U.S. Government (i.e., our tax dollars).

    Let us pray for the unborn (in utero), those who were aborted, their fathers and mothers (who were often coerced into the “choice”) and those who performed the abortions. Planned Parenthood performs over 300,000 abortions a year in the U.S. alone. That’s one abortion every 1.75 minutes. So in the time I wrote this comment, 5 children were killed.

    It makes me sad.

    Adoption is a non-violent choice. If Planned Parenthood cared about the sanctity of life, then they could turn themselves into the biggest provider of happiness in the world. Sadly, they are missing out on an opportunity because (as the video suggests) they assume that:

    1. People cannot control their sexuality
    2. Thus we must provide them contraceptives
    3. When they fail, then PP will help them ‘take care of the problem’

    The fundamental premise is flawed and the purported education provided by PP seems to encourage kids to become sexually active without teaching them the most important lesson that our sexuality is one of the most precious gifts we have.

  4. This was good Cinhosa and so informative, even though it made me sick to watch. Still it needs to be told. It just goes to show to me, how important it is for parents to take control of their children’s lives, instill good values in them, be there for them, and quit letting the “experts” such as Plan Parenthood continue to be their guide in life. Good one!

    God Bless, SR

    1. I agree that parents need to be the primary resource for their children’s education in their sexuality. It starts when they are toddlers and continues until they are able – as adults – to make their own choices.

      The sad thing that gets lost in the political rhetoric about sex is that the Church’s teaching on sexuality is beautiful. Few people understand or appreciate it and I continue to pray for wider appreciation of the Theology of the Body.

  5. Shocking! I feel sad and deflated/defeated as this is the kind of ‘sex education’ is being suggested for schools in England. It makes my stomach churn.
    My hobby-horse: ‘WHAT ABOUT ABSTINENCE?!’ Not once was anything mentioned in the video about love, marriage, dignity, children. I know that I’m thinking as a Christian, but are my opinions so far removed from other parents out there? I shudder to think that this kind of ‘education ‘ could become part of the English education system. It was suggested recently that ‘sex education’ should begin at age 5!!! God forbid!

    1. Catholicsalmon (awesome nick, btw),

      Here’s a statement from a document on abstinence published on PPs web site.:

      “Abstinence-only programs are one of the
      religious right’s greatest challenges to the
      nation’s sexual health. But it is only one tactic in a
      broader, longer-term strategy. Since the early
      1980s, the “family values” movement has won the
      collaboration of governments and public institutions,
      from Congress to local school boards, in abridging
      students’ constitutional rights.”

      In my opinion, this is part of the larger secular sentiment that people are unable to control themselves sexually, so they should just give in and have as much sex as possible and if there are humans created, well let’s just abort them.

      Also, the founder of Planned Parenthood was a well-known advocate of eugenics and this was the impetus to create Planned Parenthood – to ‘save’ impoverished minorities from the economic hardships of parenting.

      It’s clear to me that Planned Parenthood has ulterior motives when they do not offer an objective view of abstinence or NFP. In fact they denigrate them and then call it a constitutional issue. In my opinion, they are a deplorable organization.

      Finally, remember that $470 million of our tax dollars flows into their coffers every year.

      Check out the following advocacy groups:

      Stop Planned Parenthood
      Expose Planned Parenthood

      1. ”Abstinence-only programs often promote
        alarmist misinformation about sexual health and
        force-feed students religious ideology that
        condemns homosexuality, masturbation, abortion,
        and contraception. In doing so, they endanger
        students’ sexual health.”

        It’s a challenge to conceive of the notion that making the decision to abstain from sexual activity would automatically mean that you have been brainwashed with ‘religious ideology’. It’s the most logical decision to make. In which way could this possibly endanger sexual health??? Surely it would stand to reason that by abstaining from sexual activity it would positively effect the high number of sexually transmitted diseases; allow for maturity and self-knowledge; reinforce a positive self-image and more importantly highlight the importance of respect for self and others in a relationship?
        There is much to discuss on this issue., but I do feel that offering ‘sex education’ without including the option of abstinence is short-sighted and foolish.

      2. To endanger student’s health by teaching them to abstain from sex is an incredibly idiotic statement. If I don’t have sex, I won’t get an STD.

        The PP stance against ‘abstinence-only’ programs takes the form of:
        1. You cannot control your sexual urges (Even if you could control your sexual urges, there's something 'wrong' with such control because RELIGION teaches abstinence and this is BAD)
        2. It's OK/natural/acceptable to experiment sexually
        3. Everybody is doing it
        4. Therefore, if you are not doing it:
        5.1 You are a religious nutcase
        AND
        5.2 You are IN DANGER

        This line of logic is flawed at step #1.

        In my observation, the main reason that people believe that they cannot control their sexuality is because our culture bombards everyone with sexual imagery on a constant basis. I’m not talking about the mountains of pornography. I’m talking general advertising. God help you if you get into porn.

        The other reason is that people do not have program such as NFP that teaches them about responsible sexuality AND it provides them tools to be successful.

        The one point I do agree with PP is that that being ignorant of human sexuality is foolish. We know a great deal about the human body and our sexuality and it’s interesting that NFP gets it right.

        Finally as SR illustrated its the responsibility of the parents to ensure they are educated about sex and teach their children. However, so many parents are worried or embarrassed about this topic that they leave it to the “experts” at PP.

        Is it any wonder why 300,000 people are killed by abortion each year?

        P.S. Thanks for the links and Humane Vitae reference.

      3. Further to my response to your post I thought that this would provide solid evidence IN FAVOUR of the Church’s stance on birth control. I particularly like the re-affirmation of the document from Vatican II: Humane Vitae – with relevant points posted below.
        A secular media website called The Business Insider.com , released an article in which the authors succinctly demolish the argument that the Church’s teaching on birth control is outdated and obviously silly.

        I quote from the article:

        ”Painting the Catholic Church as “out of touch” is like shooting fish in a barrel, what with the funny hats and gilded churches. And nothing makes it easier than the Church’s stance against contraception.”

        AND

        ”The Church teaches that love, marriage, sex, and procreation are all things that belong together. That’s it. But it’s pretty important. And though the Church has been teaching this for 2,000 years, it’s probably never been as salient as today.
        Today’s injunctions against birth control were re-affirmed in a 1968 document by Pope Paul VI called Humanae
        Vitae. He warned of four results if the widespread use of contraceptives was accepted:

        General lowering of moral standards
        A rise in infidelity, and illegitimacy
        The reduction of women to objects used to satisfy men.
        Government coercion in reproductive matters. ”

        Read more: http://www.businessinsider.com/time-to-admit-it-the-church-has-always-been-right-on-birth-control-2012-2#ixzz1mUUAy5IR

        The video from HLL is testament to the destruction of human dignity through the ‘in-your-face’ message about sex for one and all, whenever, where-ever with whomever. That’s my perspective anyway.

  6. CatholicSalmon,

    Please do not feel deflated and defeated. That is where they get you. I have raised my kids and all of this was going on then also.

    My kids knew I was their parent and not their friend. I instilled in them, belief in God, a good work ethic, consequences for wrong doings, respect for elders and teachers, especially their grandparents, and they went to work at sixteen, so they did not have a lot of time to get into a whole lot of trouble. Sir and Mam were two words used in my home and towards adults. Good grades were always kept. They were smart kids. I gave them enough rope to hang themselves but not so much that I could not rope them back in, if I had to. We went through the teen years with struggles but came through them. They were always allowed to tell me how they felt, but….they had to do this with respect. Sometimes I saw their point and relented and sometimes I did not. The results????

    Great, great, great adults. Great in their field of employment, great parents, good grandkids I have. They are not lazy and they know right from wrong. They think for themselves and do not have to have some expert or someone from the government, plan parenthood, or the like to tell them how to live their lives. I was never as a parent deflated or defeated. These were my kids and in the delivery room, I did not see anyone else laying on that table, giving birth. It is all how you approach these things as a parent with your kids. Prepare them for life, and one day you will look and say to yourself, “Job well done.” God Bless, SR

  7. CatholicSalmon,

    One thing I forgot to mention and this is the most important thing you can do especially with teenagers. I always opened my home to their friends. Sometimes I remember having as many as 10-15 kids in my home. Why? I knew where mine were at and I also knew what kind of friends they were with. Never, ever deny this, as this will be one of the most important things you can do with a teenager. Keep them close without them realizing you are. God Bless, SR

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