NEW YORK, April 29, 2013 ( -Last week American Life League tried to run a full page ad in the New York Times and Washington Post that showed images from actual Planned Parenthood sex education materials for kids as young as 10 years old.

Both newspapers rejected the ad as “too graphic” and “shocking” for their adult readers to see. But the images are okay for kids in the classroom to see – at taxpayer expense.

I have ALL’s ad posted on page 2. WARNING: It’s too vulgar to run on page 1.

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The backstory from ALL:

To raise public awareness about Planned Parenthood’s controversial sex education – more accurately described as sexual indoctrination – ALL planned a series of advertisements revealing what and how children are really taught in PP’S so-called “comprehensive sex education.” These are programs that are already in many schools and will reach all public schools as currently mandated in Obamacare.

The Washington Post rejected the advertisement simply saying that, without disguising the pictures, it was “too graphic.” The only images in the ad are from Planned Parenthood-endorsed sources. If they are too graphic for adults reading the Washington Post, then they certainly should not be in elementary school classrooms.

Likewise, the New York Times offered to run the ad only if ALL would agree to blur the pictures. Its staff suggested that they could run a disclaimer saying, “Image too shocking for the New York Times audience. To see actual image and for more information, please visit:

ALL is asking concerned citizens to demand that all federal funding for Planned Parenthood be cut. Visit for more information.

“Planned Parenthood is not in the healthcare business, it is in the sex industry,” added Brown. “More than half of its $1 billion budget comes from tax dollars, and the organization stands to gain another billion dollars through Obamacare. It must end.”

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