How they’re indoctrinating our youth.

Planned Parenthood (PP) has been actively indoctrinating children since the 1970’s. They promote and teach comprehensive sex education in our schools and through various youth groups and organizations. Their website states:

Sex education that is responsible and medically accurate, begins in kindergarten, and continues in an age-appropriate manner through the 12th grade…[1]

PP implements sex education programs, provides books, curricula, manuals, pamphlets, research papers, videos, websites, as well as speakers, teachers, and workshops. They train teachers and peer educators for schools and community organizations.[2] Trained peers are there to make sure classmates are informed about access to birth control and abortion.

At Planned Parenthood’s on-campus school clinics in Los Angeles and New York, birth control, pregnancy tests, abortion referral, counseling and screening for sexually transmitted diseases are provided without parental involvement, notification or consent.[3] Schools without PP clinics funnel students into PP centers for birth control and abortions through school nurses, social workers and their own clinics.

Parents are routinely barred from PP workshops and conferences for teens. In March of 2010, the Girl Scouts of America hosted a workshop for international youth attending the 54th United Nations Commission on the Status of Women. Adults were banned from the meeting where Planned Parenthood’s sex guide, “Healthy, Happy and Hot,” was distributed. This disturbing pamphlet contains explicit and graphic details on sex, as well as the promotion of casual sex in many forms. It also encourages HIV-positive teens to have sex and advises them that whether or not they disclose their infection is up to them. It states  that laws requiring HIV-positive people to reveal their status to their partner “violate the rights of people living with HIV” and calls for advocacy to “change laws that violate your rights.”[4]

Planned Parenthood most likely has a presence in your local schools and in your community through organizations that serve youth. They may even access kids through churches.

Get informed. Speak out. Protect your children.