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Planned Parenthood promotes teenage sex with tax dollars

The photo above shows the frivolity and careless approach they have toward teenagers. Planned Parenthood got almost half a billion dollars in axpayer money last year.
On their Facebook page for teenagers, they promote teenage sex and never mention abstinence as a potentially rewarding alternative.
Instead their entire philosophy seems to be to encourage sex at ages that would be statutory rape in most states. They encourage and/or seek to normalize masturbation, homosexuality, anal sex and promiscuous sex for teens. Abstinence, while difficult, produces wonderful results in health, spirituality, better intellectual attainments, growth, self confidence and self control.

No I wouldn’t want them teaching my children...

This is from the Planned Parenthood facebook page for teens:
Ask the Planned Parenthood Experts...

Q: Is it okay if u swallow semen?

A: Whether or not it’s “okay” to swallow semen depends on whether or not you’re okay with it. There’s nothing unhealthy, wrong, or dirty about swallowing semen, as long as you’re comfortable with it.

Q: Is there a normal age for me to lose my virginity?

A: There's no such thing as a "normal" age for becoming sexually active. Deciding whether to have sex is a highly personal decision.

Q: Does oral sex count as sex?

A: ... For some people sex is penis-in-vagina intercourse. For some people, sex is penis-in-anus intercourse. For some people, sex is intercourse with a sex toy. For some people, sex is genital rubbing without intercourse. For some people, sex includes oral/genital contact. For some, sex includes masturbation. The possibilities are many. For most experts (like us), it includes all of the above.

Q: My best (female) friend and I (Also female) had sexual relations ... but feel that we are not lesbians. Does that make us Bisexual? Or Bi curious? Or simply abnormal?

A: You’re not abnormal at all. It’s completely normal to question your sexual orientation at any age, but especially for teenagers. ... you don’t need to label your sexuality if it doesn’t feel right to you. ... If you and your friend both enjoy sex with one another, that’s all that matters.

Is that true?
Is all that matters is having enjoyable teenage sex? The experts at Planned Parenthood apparently think so.



Niagara Falls Reporter www.niagarafallsreporter.com Oct 02 , 2012