Planned Parenthood has a deadly influence on the youth of today, through their “sex-education program” and their subtly demoralizing Teenwire website. By indoctrinating youth into their philosophies, they ensure that they will have plenty of business for years to come.
Teenwire encourages sexual promiscuity among teenagers. The site describes various birth control choices, teaches teenagers how to use condoms and encourages youth to masturbate, all the while saying that this is information that all teenagers need to know!The site gives the impression that teen sex is normal and healthy. Faye Wattleton confirmed this position when she said “we are not going to be an organization promoting celibacy or chastity”.1 Planned Parenthood assumes that teenagers have no self-control: “We’ve got to be more concerned about preventing teen pregnancies than we are about stopping sexual relationships.”2
According to the International Planned Parenthood Federation, young people are anyone between 10-24 years old. On their website, they also describe how these young people need access to abortion services and contraception. Planned Parenthood is promoting sexual activity among 10 year olds!3
Planned Parenthood has access to numerous schools throughout the country promoting their “sex-education” program and teaching YOUR children to be sexually promiscuous before marriage. According to Teenwire, they promote the distribution of condoms in schools and teach that premarital sex for teenagers is normal and acceptable! These sex education programs do nothing to reduce teen pregnancy or increase contraceptive usage;4 they only serve to increase sexual activity among teenagers. The result? Teenagers get pregnant and then head to Planned Parenthood for an abortion.
You don’t have to stand by and let it continue! Click here for more information about removing Planned Parenthood’s influence from your children.
1. Los Angeles Times, October 17, 1986
3. Adolescents. International Planned Parenthood Federation. 2007. http://www.ippf.org/en/What-we-do Accessed June 6, 2007.
4. Louis Harris and Associates, American Teens Speak: Sex, Myths, TV, and Birth Control (New York: Planned Parenthood Federation of America, 1986)