Planned Parenthood hosts sex-ed house parties
Planned Parenthood is now offering “in home sex ed.”
It is called the Responsible Sex Education Institute and the largest chain of abortion clinics says it, “educates and empowers individuals and communities to make responsible choices regarding their sexuality and sexual health by serving as a source for safe, confidential, unbiased, and accurate information about sex and sexuality.”
But, just what are they teaching?
Apparently, not abstinence….
Planned Parenthood has been caught telling teens that BDSM sex is good – one can only imagine what they are instructing their “home parties” to do.
Lest you think this is a new concept- think again.
In the 1990’s Michigan Planned Parenthood targeted the “Black Community” with sexed “house parties.”
The Argus-Press described it as, “The only Planned Parenthood outreach program in the United States that is tailored to the Black community.”
The house parties were run by Black women which Planned Parenthood “trained” on sex education issues and contraception. The women then returned back to their Black neighborhoods as “health promoters” despite having no health education, passing on Planned Parenthood’s information throughout their community.
Planned Parenthood had a similar plan for Detroit, paying those who put on their “house parties” $25.00 per party plus a bonus.
In June of 2015, an example of Planned Parenthood’s Responsible Sex-Ed was noted by the Denver Post:
This time it wasn’t a home – Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains’ brought their “Draw the Line, Respect the Line” series to a middle school in Montbello where 7th graders – did you get that 7th graders – who surprisingly or not-so-surprisingly were majority Latino, African-American or mixed race were taught how to put on condoms.
From the article:
Julie LaBarr — program manager of PPRM’s Responsible Sex Education Institute — started by reminding the kids that they had choices, that the best way to avoid pregnancy or sexually transmitted diseases was to not have sex.
“Most seventh-graders don’t,” she said. “But if you do, there are ways to protect yourself. Last week, we talked about the condom, male and female. This week, we will start by demonstrating how to use them, but first we will pass one of each around … .”
“Cool!” exclaimed one girl.
“Gross,” uttered another.
LaBarr then demonstrated how to use either condom on anatomically correct plastic samples of male and female genitalia.
Move over Tupperware, Scentsy, Avon, MaryKay, and Amway, Planned Parenthood has arrived!