FamilyTue Jul 15, 2014 - 10:09 am EST
New video shows Planned Parenthood teaching teens to use whipping and asphyxiation
Two more investigative videos from pro-life organization Live Action show Planned Parenthood facilities in Denver, Colorado offering disturbing and dangerous advice to what staffers think are underage girls.
The counselors lay out in graphic detail a spectrum of sadistic sexual behaviors to the investigators, including "whipping," "tying up," and "asphyxiation."
As one of the Live Action videos shows, a gruesome crime involving asphyxiation recently captured media interest. Police discovered 16-year-old Jessica Burlew this past January with the corpse of 43-year-old Jason Ash, whom Burlew had strangled to death and mutilated with razor blades in the midst of "a sex game."
"Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains is already bragging about receiving ObamaCare grants specifically for sex education," said Lila Rose, Live Action's president. "Here's an abortion corporation, which gets 45% of its budget from the taxpayers, telling 15- and 16-year-olds not only to have sex, but also to choke each other in the process. Police should be busting down its door.”
The Live Action site PlannedParenthoodExposed.com lists a number of extremely questionable and disturbing marketing practices and counsel from Planned Parenthood. Examples include the "resource" website Go Ask Alice!, which describes, among other things, how sexual partners can beat each other, and the sponsorship of a seminar for educators called "50 Shades of Safe" seeking to explain "how a BDSM relationship is successfully navigated between sexual partners.”
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"The Planned Parenthood-approved advice of 'do whatever you want, but just use a safe word' glorifies kids acting out rape scenarios," Rose said. "It's extremely dangerous counseling: they're undermining and invalidating the crucially important rule of no means no."
One Planned Parenthood counselor tells Live Action's investigator that a young girl using words like "stop" when she is uncomfortable "can get mixed up," resulting in the male partner wondering, "Does she really mean 'stop,' or does she mean, you know, whatever?" The other concurs: "Usually, a lot of people will say 'stop' even though it feels good, so that's usually not something that is used."
Live Action is calling on Colorado residents to contact their local officials, including school administrators. "Parents need to get on the phone right now," Rose said, "and ask their principals and superintendents, 'Do you have a relationship with Planned Parenthood? Are you okay with this sort of behavior being pushed on my children?' This won't stop until people take action locally for their kids."
The Colorado videos are part of an ongoing investigative series called "SexEd: Planned Parenthood's Dangerous Sex Advice for Kids." A previous installment showed the Planned Parenthood affiliate in Indianapolis giving advice to what they thought was an underage girl on how to practice BDSM and access sex shops and pornographic websites.