NewsWed Jul 30, 2008 - 12:15 pm EST
Explicit Sex Advice Videos on Oregon Planned Parenthood Site “Over the Top”
By Hilary White
Note: This article contains descriptions of a sexual nature that are inappropriate for children.
July 30, 2008 (LifeSiteNews.com) - Planned Parenthood, the world’s largest promoter of abortion and un-restricted sexual activity for young people, has gone "over the top" with a series of videos on the internet aimed at teens, says American Life League.
Titled, "Take Care Down There," the series of explicit videos features situations Planned Parenthood evidently believes are typical of those that young people will face and for which they require sex advice. In each, the conversation (or, in one case, the oral sex) is interrupted by an unidentified middle aged man, who instructs the kids in the Planned Parenthood philosophies.
In the first, a girl casually drops her trousers below the camera but in front of her friends, and asks them, "Do you see anything down here?" The message is that sexually transmitted diseases often have no visible symptoms. A moment later, the man, dressed like a teacher or a guidance counsellor in a shirt, tie and cardigan, breaks in on the teens’ conversation and also takes a look at the partially undressed girl. He tells the teens to "get a little testaroonie" to check for STIs.
In another, titled "I didn’t spew," a young man is pictured from the waist up when the "teacher," who is passing by, stops and says, "Guy! Where’s the prophylactic?...Oral sex is still sex, OK? If it’s unprotected, you gotta reject it." The conversation then continues with more explicit language about this ongoing sexual activity, justifying the need to use a condom rather than discouraging the behaviour.
In another especially bizarre video, a girl tells her two friends that she isn’t going to go to a party that night because she has plans to stay home and masturbate. When her friends react, she responds, "What? I like me. I like spending time with me. Tonight I think I’m going to go all the way with me." At that moment the counselor figure walks and says, "Guys, guys! Abstinence can be a beautiful thing, alright? It’s kind of like being a virgin all over again. You know, it’s not easy. So you should give your friend here a little bit of support."
The videos appear on the website of the Pacific Northwest chapter, Planned Parenthood Columbia Williamette, of Oregon and Southwest Washington.
American Life League says the videos use a "twisted sense of humour" to make "over-sexualized behaviour seem perfectly normal."
"Who thinks that this stuff is OK to show to kids? Planned Parenthood should be ashamed."
"Again we have to ask, why is our tax money going to an organization that targets young people with this garbage?"
Chastity speaker and author Dawn Eden wrote that the Planned Parenthood’s "pro-promiscuity agenda is truly degrading to human beings in general and children in particular." She said, "It presents the pedophile’s dream of an omnisexual kiddie ‘cuddle puddle’ as though such activities were normative teen behavior."
American Life League is asking parents and others to write letters to elected officials to have Planned Parenthood’s funding stopped. Planned Parenthood, the world’s largest abortion organization, receives over $305.3 million per year in tax funding.
Earlier this month, a group of Congressmen told the US House of Representatives that tax payers should not be forced to pay for Planned Parenthood’s abortion business, which kills 3 million American children a year.
Rep. Michelle Bachmann of Minnesota told the House, "They are big business. They are the Wal-Mart of big abortion. They are the big box retailer. It’s time to end their tax exempt status. It’s a fraud. It is time to stop the public financing of Planned Parenthood - it is the right thing to do."
US readers can sign American Life League’s online petition to stop funding for Planned Parenthood:
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