Live Action gets appointment with staffer Planned Parenthood said was ‘no longer employed’
ARLINGTON, VA - Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky (PPINK) told The Indianapolis Star on Wednesday that the staff member Live Action caught encouraging dangerous sex acts to teenagers "is no longer employed at PPINK."
According to the Star, president and CEO Betty Cockrum said that Live Action's video "clearly does not reflect our professional standards or training protocols."
However, just minutes ago, Live Action said on its Twitter account that it had set up an appointment with the unnamed employee.
“Now Planned Parenthood is caught in yet another lie,” Live Action president Lila Rose said in a statement about Live Action's newest revelations, “and we have a new tape.”
In a prior statement, Rose pointed out that Planned Parenthood's "BDSM training video remains online, and they continue to list 'resources' that tell kids that torture sex is totally fine."
Pro-life blogger Jill Stanek reported that as a result of the Live Action video, the BDSM page for Planned Parenthood had been edited from a 2013 version. The new page notes that the advice is for people aged 18 and older. The prior page had no warnings.
According to American Life League's Michael Hichborn, “Ms. Cockrum implies that discussions regarding BDSM are all based on health concerns, but a Planned Parenthood article from 2010 titled, ‘How can I introduce being tied up during sex,' has nothing to do with health and everything to do with how to have kinky sex. It’s clear that Planned Parenthood’s business is sexual indoctrination, not health.”
“As I pointed out in ‘Hooking Kids on Sex’ in 2012," says Hichborn, "Planned Parenthood throws sexually themed parties complete with phallic ring-toss games, condom races, phallic and vaginally shaped balloons, and even individuals dressed in sexually-themed costumes. And Planned Parenthood’s sexual indoctrination for young kids includes instruction and encouragement in masturbation.”
“The fact that Planned Parenthood decided to toss in a disclaimer on its video promoting BDSM doesn’t change anything," concluded Hichborn.
Extended footage of Live Action's video can be seen through a log-in page here. It is age-restricted because of graphic content.
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