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December 17, 2015 (P-First) – In a recent article from the Huffington Post, Planned Parenthood President, Cecile Richards, answers these two questions:

  1. Should sex education classes be taught in elementary school?
  2. What would the ideal sex education system look like?

Her answers on the surface level seem harmless, with the words “age appropriate” being thrown around.

There is also this quote that includes parents, “It's important for parents to talk with their kids and teens about healthy relationships with friends and intimate partners, body boundaries, and healthy communication. Children and teens need to hear about their parents' values and experiences, and we want to help parents address these issues with their children.”

But as we know, this is Planned Parenthood we are talking about. The same organization that backed the new Ontario Sex-Ed Curriculum from Kathleen Wynne.

Here is the very next quote from Ms. Richards, “Ideally, sex education would be taught each year in schools from kindergarten through 12th grade — it would be medically accurate, nonjudgmental, LGBTQ-inclusive, and — like all school subjects — would teach information and skills that are age-appropriate, reflect best educational practices, and build on students' learning each year.”

Much like Kathleen Wynne's Sex-Ed Agenda, Planned Parenthood is pushing for S/x-Ed early in a child's development.

Why would they do this?

Well according to former abortion clinic owner Carol Everett, early Sex-Ed is part of a strategy to get more teens pregnant and increase a demand for abortion. All to earn some extra dollars.

And who is the largest provider of abortions in the world? That would be Planned Parenthood.

Carol Everett was quoted in a LifeSiteNews article saying, “How do you sell an abortion? In the US it's very simple: You do it through sex education.”

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“We started in kindergarten. In kindergarten you put the children in a circle and you go around the room and you ask them all the same question: 'What do your parents call your private parts?'”

This was done to show, by the children giving different answers, that the parents didn't know what they were talking about and create confusion for the child.

From there everything else that's taught leads to increasing the odds of them getting pregnant in their teens.

Another quote from Ms. Everett: “We had a goal of 3-5 abortions from every girl between the ages of 13 and 18, because we all work on a straight commission inside the abortion industry.”

If you want to read more on Planned Parenthood President Cecile Richards answers than check it out in the Huffington Post.

Reprinted with permission from Parents as First Educators.