Let’s pretend – just for a moment – to believe Planned Parenthood when the nation’s largest abortion mill maintains that the taxpayer money it receives doesn’t go toward the abortion side of its business. We’re still left with the following question:
How much of the $540.6 million in government grants Planned Parenthood received in 2013 went to educate teens on the pleasures of “torture sex?”
You can bet members of congress and the public will want to know. Too bad we can’t say the same for the media.
Pro-life advocacy group Live Action just released a teaser for a video investigation on “Sex Ed: Planned Parenthood’s Dangerous Advice for Kids.” In the video, Planned Parenthood staffers instruct undercover investigators (identified as 15-16 year-olds) on the practices of “torture sex.” Different employees address whipping, gagging, tree tying, asphyxiation, “dominatrix stuff,” handcuffs and rope, along with the resulting “welts across the back” and “maybe some blood.” Live Action published the video as part of a campaign that aims to shut off the abortion giant’s flow of federal funding. Continues after video.
To a “15-year-old,” one staffer insisted, “Kinky sex, dominatrix stuff, it’s very popular” while another assured, “it’ll feel good to you.” In one snippet, a Planned Parenthood employee admits, “Patients will sometimes come in with rope burns or, um, markings on their breasts from, like clamps. OK? And, again, if it’s consensual, it’s OK.”
The full footage of the video will be released at a later time to an age-restricted website, according to a Live Action email.
In the same email, Live Action President Lila Rose criticized how “Along with killing over 320,000 precious children every year, Planned Parenthood is working on corrupting those who get to live – through its so-called ‘sex education’ programs.” She called for bringing the “evidence to light” to the media, lawmakers, teachers, parents, and taxpayers.
With ObamaCare implemented, the teaser warned, “every year another $75 million dollars will be spent on so called teens’ sex education, with undisclosed figures already designated to Planned Parenthood.”
“Taxpayers, and especially parents, need to know where their money is going,” Rose urged in a press release. “This funding is not optional – it’s a compulsory, government-enforced extraction going toward extremely questionable programs and dangerous advice for our nation’s teens.”
Rose continued: “Whether people are liberal or conservative, or even whether they’re pro-life or pro-choice, I think we’re going to see a lot of common ground in the outrage over what we’re about to show people.”
In an effort to “tear the covers off Planned Parenthood's teen sex agenda,” Live Action will host a#SexEd Tweetfest tomorrow. The event page entreated: “Tweet #sexed to @PPact to let this abortion corporation know that teaching fifteen-year-old girls how to be sexually abused is NOT good sex ed.”
Planned Parenthood, of course, is responsible for several other abuses, and it’s targeted teens before, from instructing them that there’s “nothing bad or unhealthy” about multiple sex partners topromoting bondage and sadomasochism. Police in Pinal County, AZ, even investigated a local Planned Parenthood earlier this year for listing the rape of a 15-year-old girl as a “consensual encounter” to skip the “hassle of having to report the assault to law enforcement.”
— Katie Yoder is Staff Writer, Joe and Betty Anderlik Fellow in Culture and Media at the Media Research Center. Follow Katie Yoder on Twitter.