Porn, BDSM: Planned Parenthood’s dangerous sex education comes to Florida

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Across the country, Planned Parenthood has been closing facilities — 32 in total were closed in 2017, with just five new facilities opened. One of those new facilities, which opened in October, is in south Florida, in the Tampa Bay area. It will see patients from Hillsborough, Polk, and Pasco counties, which Planned Parenthood deems as “high need” due to high numbers of sexually transmitted diseases and teen pregnancies. The answer, to Planned Parenthood, is to offer abortion, birth control, free condoms, and sex education. “The biggest issue I see in Tampa Bay is that sex is still so stigmatized,” Linnea Dewees, a community health educator with Planned Parenthood, said. “Most of my job is just coaching young people through their options and reminding them that we exist.” Dewees works largely with middle and high schoolers.

But while the idea of providing more and better sex education to teenagers may seem laudable, parents should be warned — Planned Parenthood’s idea of sex education is dangerous and disturbing. An undercover Live Action investigation exposed what Planned Parenthood is really teaching our country’s children.

Planned Parenthood receives millions of taxpayer dollars through the Teen Pregnancy Prevention (TPP) program and the Personal Responsibility and Education Program (PREP) to teach children how to have “safe sex.” For Planned Parenthood, this seems to mean that young girls and boys can have as much sex as they want, with anyone, in any way, as long as they are using contraception and the sex is consensual. Anything goes — and Planned Parenthood encourages some very dangerous things.

In Live Action’s SexEd investigation, Planned Parenthood “counselors” advised young girls to engage in BDSM and other dangerous sex practices. Planned Parenthood’s online “resources” encouraged things like playing with feces, drinking urine, and bestiality. They offered a seminar for teenagers on BDSM. But in Live Action’s undercover videos, the advice got even worse.

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One Planned Parenthood counselor encouraged not just roleplay during sex, but suggested letting the 15-year-old girl’s boyfriend dress up like a baby and pretend to breastfeed. This was in addition to other disturbing suggestions, ranging from foot fetishes to BDSM. BDSM seemed to be one of the most popular suggestions, brought up again and again in facilities across the country. Whipping, choking, asphyxiation, and violent torture sex were recommended. Teens were told to experiment with horse whips, clamps, and ropes, and were also advised that sex that leaves welts, burns, and marks was not unacceptable, but part of a normal and healthy sex life — and is not abusive. They were also given advice on how to work their way into having anal sex.

Planned Parenthood counselors also frequently advised young girls to watch porn to get ideas, and also to enter sex shops — which is often illegal for minor children. The counselors gave our undercover investigators ideas of how to circumvent the law, or make sure they could watch porn without their parents finding out.

Ultimately, at Planned Parenthood, the idea seems to be clear: when it comes to sex, literally anything goes, so long as both partners “consent” and contraception is used, even if both partners are young teenagers. And this is perhaps even more disturbing considering a recent study which found a link between contraceptives and suicide, which was the highest among adolescents — the people that Planned Parenthood targets for their sex education programs. And the more that Planned Parenthood can encourage teenagers to have sex, the more customers they can line up for their abortion corporation. After all, that’s what it’s all really about for Planned Parenthood — making a profit at the expense of women, teenagers, and the lives of their preborn babies, no matter how many broken or butchered bodies they leave in their wake.

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