Friday, August 19, 2011

Planned Parenthood’s Target this Fall = Students

The other day I came across an article titled 'Back to School Means Back to Work for Planned Parenthood' by Kristen Hawkins, Executive Director of Students for Life of America. Planned Parenthood has already been in high schools and colleges targeting young people with their idea of 'reproductive health care' (sex education, contraception, and abortion), but now they are amping up their sex-ed campaign more than ever. Planned Parenthood strategically has clinics next door to or within minutes of many high schools and colleges, and believe me when I say -- they’re pushing their services on these students. I encourage you, no matter your age, to read the article below and beware! Help educate your friends, family, children, and coworkers because Planned Parenthood does not care for the well being of these students. Planned Parenthood cares about manipulating open minded young people into bringing revenue in for them with abortion and contraceptive service.

"I am sending you this critical pro-life update because you need to know about Planned Parenthood’s deadly agenda for students in the fall. The nation’s premier anti-life organization is planning an unprecedented campaign to promote abortions in high schools and colleges across the nation. Unless we act right now, we will witness a tragic outbreak of abortions on American campuses. . ." Continue reading this article by Kristan Hawkins.
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Marysia said...

College students do have valid reproductive health needs they will identify and seek to meet without Planned Parenthood "pushing" anything on them. These include comprehensive sex ed, male responsibility programming, rape prevention and treatment, contraception, and prenatal/postnatal care and other necessary support services in the event of a pregnancy. Looking forward to and working for the day when it is *prolifers* who offer all these services in abundance.

TheLordOfUp said...

Comprehensive Sex Ed: First of all, Planned Parenthood (PP) has been shown to include Scientifically false information in its cirriculum.

Male Responsibility Programming: First Planned Parenthood teaches boys that sex is natural, and fun. ENCOURAGING them to have sex as long as it's quote-on-quote "safe sex". This implies that anybody stopping them from having sex is harming them and that they don't have to be responsible for their actions.

Rape Prevention and Treatment: Lila Rose's Live Action has gone undercover to show PP clinics across the US willing to cover-up sexual abuse, disregarding mandatory suspected statutory rape reporting laws. Clinics also provided instructions on how to circumvent parental consent laws. Furthermore, at least one Planned Parenthood counselor in Arizona intentionally miscoded a sexual assault as a consensual encounter to avoid the “hassle” of reporting it to authorities, months before other victims came forward to stop an alleged 18-year-old serial sex predator, a police report reveals. ... The counselor intentionally miscoded the assault as a consensual encounter,” the report states. “The counselor told them that they did not want the hassle of having to report the assault to law enforcement as they were a mandatory reporter.'"
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Contraception: Yeah, freely giving highly carcingoenic Estrogen-progestogen oral contraceptives (ie. birth control pills) which the WHO rated as "Carcinogenic to humans"? Oh, and condoms that Consumer reports found were the WORST out of all tested?
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Prenatal/Postnatal Care: PP claims that abortions only make up 3% of their services and that they also offer prenatal care and adoption referrals. But as of Oct. 28th, 2011 Planned Parenthood's own fact sheets showed that only 7.8% of their clinics offered prenatal care while 40% performed abortions. 97.6% of their pregnant clients got abortions compared to 2.1% receiving prenatal care and 0.3% got adoption referrals through PP.
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TheLordOfUp said...

I got cut off.
Comprehensive Sex Ed: First of all, Planned Parenthood (PP) has been shown to include Scientifically false information in its cirriculum.PP claims that teens NEED "comprehensive sex ed", that it and increased access to contraceptives are responsible for the decrease in America's declining teen pregnancy rates, and that research has found that abstinence-only sex ed programs are ineffective. However, basic statistical analysis shows that the US's declining teen pregnancy rates have been lowering since before birth control pills became legal in the US and didn't accelerate after their legalization.

As for claims about how Comprehensive sex ed's effectiveness, a 17-year study found that communitys' teenage pregnancy rate didn't decrease in counties after a PP clinic opened there. However, counties already containing clinics' teen pregnancy rate fell dramatically after the PP clinic in the communities closed. Counties with PP teaching comprehensive sex ed did not have a lower rate of pregnancy or STDs than those without one.

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