Recruiting teens to push Planned Parenthood
S.T.A.R.S. peer education group is a program of Upper Hudson Planned Parenthood.
S.T.A.R.S. stands for Seriously Talking About Responsible Sex. Each summer, new groups of high school students from Albany are recruited by UHPP staff and trained by them to act as peer educators for the S.T.A.R.S. program.
Take a look at some of what they learn:
In this video presentation, a young man gets ready for a sexual encounter with a young woman, when he is transformed to Planned Parenthood’s STARS program where “peer educators will teach you how to properly use contraceptives.”
There he is doused in condoms and told about STI’s.
This video (below) – promoting bestiality was “liked” by Upper Hudson Planned Parenthood S.T.A.R.S YouTube’s page, where a young man sings about F-ing a cat.
In a video which describes the Program, it says that kids will learn about the Teen clinic where they can get condoms and are told that they can go to Planned Parenthood who will keep their exam information “confidential.”
Planned Parenthood has many peer educator programs targeting then recruiting children at their most vulnerable ages. Training teens to talk to other teens is just one more way that Planned Parenthood guarantees business from generation to generation.