Planned Parenthood’s latest publication EXCLAIM! is, as claimed by them, a young people’s guide to ‘Sexual Rights: an IPPF declaration’ (International Planned Parenthood Federation). Or is it just a way for the largest abortion provider in America to drum up more business? I say the latter.
Planned Parenthood does so many despicable and disturbing things that I’m finding it hard to know where to begin: the lies, the deception, the killing of innocent life, the abetting of sex traffickers, the fraudulent overbilling, the concealment of statutory rape, and the disregard for parental consent to name a few.
This latest publication, Exclaim, pretty much wraps it all up. You see, Planned Parenthood has a philosophy, or as they put it, ‘principles’. These principles guide everything they do as stated in the publication. They further explain that their principles are like the roots of a tree that feeds the tree and all the branches are all working towards a similar goal. So what are these principles?
1. Sexuality is an integral part of being human for all young people.
2. Sexuality and sexual pleasure are important for all young people, irrespective of reproductive desires.
3. The evolving capacities of children and young people must be recognized.
Given these three principles, it’s clear why Planned Parenthood doesn’t report statutory rape; they believe that the underage children have the sexual right to engage in sex at their young age, it’s their decision (human right #2, The right to participate [in decisions that affect them]). It’s also clear why they are against parental notification (human right #4, The right to privacy)
What’s not so clear is why they stand up for the rights of some but not all. In the publication they state (human right #3, the right to life and to be free from harm) that “[e]veryone has the right to life, liberty and to be free from harm.” It makes me wonder if they know that they are harming the babies they kill during an abortion and that they are harming the women that are having abortions?
This publication is full of contradictions, as Kristan Hawkins points out in her article, “The irony is this document is clear: IPPF states it believes that sexual rights are essential human rights to all, yet does not believe that all human beings deserve the right to born.”
Amanda Pawloski also states in a separate article, “The guide also contains some self-contradictions. It cites the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child, Article 5 that states, “Parties shall respect the responsibilities, rights and duties of parents.” However, the guide insists that parents and the State are legally responsible for promoting a worldview and values that are held distinctively by IPPF. The guide demands liberalized abortion, self-identified (rather than biological) gender on identification papers, unrestricted access to contraceptives, and various other contentious claims.”
I think that Planned Parenthood does and says whatever it wants as long as it advances their agenda and their profits. Besides, so many Americans aren’t even paying attention. How else could they continue to make millions in profits with all the negative information about their practices and lies.
For those who aren’t convinced, let’s recap:
6. 78% of Planned Parenthood’s abortion facilities are located in minority neighborhoods.
Planned Parenthood just wants to sexualize Americans and others in the world and now they are
letting us know that the agenda is the younger, the better. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again. The more people who are having sex, the more unwanted pregnancies we will have. It’s a fact. All contraceptives have a failure rate; some are higher than other yet they all can fail. Planned Parenthood has done the math. If a certain contraceptive has a 10% failure rate and 100 people are having sex then you have 10 potential people who may want to have an abortion. Make it 1000 people having sex and the number jumps to 100 possible abortions, etc…
And for Planned Parenthood, the earlier they start to have sex, the better for this is good for business; they can market more contraceptives and abortions. As Kristan said, “A second glance at this stomach-churning document sheds a little more light into their model. Page 9 proudly declares that young people have an “evolving [sexual] capacity.” While this may explain why IPPF has chosen to litter this document with pictures of young children, some who look as young as 9 or 10 years old, it is still pretty shocking considering the world-wide epidemic of child-age sex slavery.”
And nobody is immune to their tactics. “Last year, the Girl Scouts became embroiled in controversy when another IPPF sex guide, called “Healthy, Happy, and Hot” was distributed at their side-event during the Commission on the Status of Women. The sex guide, targeted at youth living with HIV/AIDS, promotes masturbation, sex under the influence of drugs and alcohol, as well as not-disclosing one’s HIV/AIDS status to one’s partner.” writes Amanda.
Americans better wake up. Parents better wake up. Your children are in danger. They are being targeted by Planned Parenthood for sexual indoctrination. If your child goes to a public school make sure you stay engaged to find out if Planned Parenthood has their foot (or contraceptives) in the door.