Live Action’s Lila Rose plans to release another video exposé on Planned Parenthood. This young woman’s work plays a valuable role in the pro-life campaign to lobby lawmakers to defund Planned Parenthood. By now it’s common knowledge that the abortion mill has lied about fetal development, covered up statutory rape, and presently promotes illicit, no-strings-attached sex among minors (and advertises its abortion services once the minors get pregnant). Did you know that Planned Parenthood also promotes sexual fetishes to these same young people? An organization that still receives taxpayer funds, a travesty in itself, is pushing this?
The video features a young woman educating us on “BDSM,” which includes such enlightening topics as “Wooden paddles,” “Double Penetration,” “Flogging,” “Whips,” “Being bitten,” etc.
And liberals and other “pro-choicers” wonder why we don’t want the fruits of our labor supporting this child-killing and teenage-sex-promoting organization? From Planned Parenthood Exposed:
A new undercover video from Live Action shows Planned Parenthood counselors showing questionable and even dangerous judgment on how to advise minors on sexual matters.
The release is a combination of new Live Action investigative footage, videos, and screenshots from Planned Parenthood’s promotional materials. The latter include a clip from the video series “A Naked Notion,” sponsored by Planned Parenthood, where the hostess explains the principles of BDSM, which involves sex partners beating, whipping, or otherwise inflicting pain on each other.
“What we’re about to release shows a systemic, institutional problem in America’s largest abortion corporation,” Lila Rose, Live Action’s president, stated. “It’s not a matter of ‘don’t judge,’ but rather explicit endorsement of violent and harmful sexual practices to boys and girls as young as fifteen years old.”
Could anyone have imagined even 20 years ago that an abortion behemoth, a government-funded one, at that, would get away with this? It’s happening. It’s real.
In encouraging news, the Florida legislature passed a bill that would ban abortions after the unborn baby is viable. Considering the advance of technology, viability could present earlier than anyone ever imagined. Additionally, Ohio lawmakers seek to bar all insurance companies from covering non-tubal-pregnancy abortions.