Teen Sex Ed? Planned Parenthood Employee Suggests Pretending to be Babies
Planned Parenthood might champion the destruction of babies in the womb, but the sometimes the abortion giant finds babies a real turn-on.
In a push to defund Planned Parenthood, pro-life group Live Action released a third video on July 23 showing a Planned Parenthood âcounselorâ telling a Live Action investigator (posing as a 15-year-old) that âitâs common to experiment with different things.â In the name of âsex-ed,â the Oregon staffer highlighted tactics including whipping, tree-tying and baby role-playing â going so far as to suggest âbreastfeedingâ and âput[ing] on diapers.â
âKink has a wide range,â the employee explained in the undercover video. âSome people like to play the baby thing, where they will put on diapers and be the babyâ and âpretend theyâre breastfeeding.â Besides reading âKama Sutraâ and âThe Joy of Sex,â she recommended watching âeducational pornosâ and âwoman-oriented porn.â Continues after video.
As the third installment of the Live Action series âSexEd: Planned Parenthoodâs Dangerous Sex Advice for Kids,â the video followed in the footsteps of the first and second. Live Actionâs latest campaign asks Americans to sign a petition against the $500 million per year in taxpayer money that funds Planned Parenthood.
This particular Oregon clinic, Live Action noted, received additional taxpayer funding for teen sex education through Obamacare. The clinic has been awarded grants by PREP (the Personal Responsibility Education Program), a $75-million sex education taxpayer funded program initiated by the Department of Health and Human Services.
In reaction to the Oregon clinicâs behavior, Live Action President Lila Rose stressed âThis is not sex education, but rather a disturbing and dangerous ideology consciously being pushed on our nationâs youth.â
âPolitical ideology,â Rose challenged, âshouldnât affect parentsâ desire to protect their children. Whether youâre liberal or conservative, or even pro-life or pro-abortion, tax-funded âcounselingâ sessions directing kids to porn sites and sex shops, and teaching them how to beat and choke each other, are completely unacceptable.â
And, despite previous censorship, this should be prime media fodder.
â Katie Yoder is Staff Writer, Joe and Betty Anderlik Fellow in Culture and Media at the Media Research Center. Follow Katie Yoder on Twitter.