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(LifeSiteNews) – According to conservative pundit Liz Wheeler, Planned Parenthood is behind the original use of the term “don’t say gay” that has been used to describe Florida’s recent bill that protects children from being indoctrinated with LGBT values in primary school.

Wheeler posted a video to her Twitter account yesterday outlining her findings on how the term originated with Planned Parenthood.

“This phrase don’t say gay was not coined by CNN, and it was not something that someone happened to say to someone else, and it organically caught fire on Twitter and soon the rest of us were saying it as well. No, no. This was a deliberate effort from an organization who really, really needs this bill not to become law in order to protect their own profit,” she said.

She continued by saying that “Planned Parenthood actually used this phrase Don’t say gay in regards to another similar bill, a bill that was similar to the Florida bill.”

In 2020, the state of Missouri entertained House Bill 1565 and Senate Bill 778.

Wheeler referenced a Planned Parenthood blog post from March 2020 that spoke about the Missouri bill. The post read, “During the 2020 legislative session, Missouri introduced a quote don’t say gay bill that takes this a step further. It requires schools to notify the parents before a teacher can mention someone’s gender and or sexual identity, and to notify them before they can talk about different genders, identities and sexual orientation.”

Wheeler believes it was intentional to “launch” the phrase “don’t say gay” into the mainstream because Planned Parenthood is in the business of pushing progressive sex ed.

Reading from the Planned Parenthood’s website, Wheeler said, “We are the nation’s largest provider of sex education, sex education that’s evidence based, they say, and delivered by trained professionals is extremely effective and widely supported.”

She added, “ And if you go to their page, Planned Parenthood page called ‘How Planned Parenthood teaches sex education’ … you will see them say Planned Parenthood is the single largest provider of sex education in the United States, reaching 1.2 million people with education and outreach each year. Planned Parenthood sex educators teach across the life span, including students and elementary, middle and high school, as well as young adults, parents and older adults.”

The Planned Parenthood sexual indoctrination program includes teaching children about abortion and LGBT ideology.

“So what does this tell us?” Wheeler asked. “Planned Parenthood is the largest provider of sex education in our country, and they admit they do this in elementary school and middle school and in high school.”

Wheeler opined that the abortion organization wanted to push libertine sexual values as this would increase the desire for abortion as a result of promiscuous sex.

She also demonstrated in her video that Planned Parenthood is an advocate of hormone treatments for gender confused youth. According the website from the organization, youths can receive hormone medications within a week of their first appointment.

“ … Planned Parenthood clinics promise that you don’t need a therapist. No, you don’t have to undergo counseling. You don’t need an official diagnosis of gender dysphoria. You just have to call Planned Parenthood, walk into Planned Parenthood and tell them that you are transgender and they will provide you with, you know, estrogen or testosterone, this hormone therapy that irrevocably harms your body.”

The host concluded her segment by saying that the revelation about Planned Parenthood being behind “don’t say gay” shines a “whole new light” and that “you see this phrase as an agenda, you see this phrase as blood money.”

“You really see the truth behind this agenda. The truth behind the don’t say gay phrase, this narrative, which of course, is a lie and profit for Planned Parenthood.”


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