Drag queen takes glamor photos in front of graphic images (video)
CINCINNATI, August 20, 2013 (LifeSiteNews.com) – Graphic images of aborted babies have been known to induce profound and searing emotions, ranging from tears and trauma, to nausea and revulsion. Some Planned Parenthood supporters decided the images made a perfect backdrop for a self-portrait.
The Ohio-based Stand True Pro-Life Outreach protested outside a Planned Parenthood fundraiser on Saturday. “Summer’s Over – What a Drag…” at The Cabaret charged attendees between $10 and $30 to see drag queens strut their stuff.
“We protested and witnessed at a Planned Parenthood fundraiser in Cincinnati last Saturday, it was a Drag Queen show,” said Bryan Kemper, the founder of Stand True.
Some of those present got on their knees to take pictures of themselves writhing or preening before posters depicting babies dismembered through abortion.
“While we had some amazing conversations, many of them just mocked the pictures of the babies by posing for pictures with them,” Kemper said.
One of the pro-life protesters took the opportunity to witness to the activists.
“You bow on your knees before these photos. But one day you will bow on your knees before God, and you will confess that Jesus Christ is Lord,” he said. “Every knee shall bow, every tongue confess that Jesus Christ is Lord.”
“I plead with you, give your life to Jesus today,” he said.
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All proceeds from the drag show went toward promoting the sex education curriculum of Planned Parenthood Southwest Ohio Region.
The American Life League has harshly criticized Planned Parenthood's sex education curriculum for featuring photographs it considers pornographic and content that promotes sexual activity to young people.
The book It's Perfectly Normal, intended for ages 10 and up, shows color drawings of naked men and women masturbating and having sexual intercourse.
Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards calls the book “kind, informative, positive, witty, wise, charming, and, most important of all, helpful.”
Last year, New York's Shenendehowa school district ended its 20-year sex ed relationship with Planned Parenthood's Mohawk Hudson chapter for its sex ed curriculum, which held up oral sex as a form of contraception.
“There’s a difference between teaching something and promoting something,” said one concerned mother.