Skip to comments.Planned Parenthood: Organization of deceit
Posted on 02/22/2012 4:28:41 AM PST by cap10mike
Honesty. We demanded it from advertisers. The result was truth in advertising laws. Because we expect it from our banks, we have truth in lending legislation. We need it from government, and so were given sunshine laws and the Freedom of Information Act. Now its time that we hold other organizations to the same minimum standards. Unless we can interact with one another honestly, our ability to make knowledgeable, informed decisions is destroyed.
The first organization I would hit is the Planned Parenthood Federation of America. Its dishonesty first appeared on my radar a little over a year ago when a former executive director of one of its clinics became a pro-life activist. Abby Johnson ran Planned Parenthoods Bryan, Texas, clinic and got her revelation after having viewed ultrasound imagery of a viable human fetus nestled within his mothers womb. My own personal revelation came when I discovered that Planned Parenthood didnt present ultrasound imagery to its patients as a matter of course.
(Excerpt) Read more at bizpacreview.com ...
I don't care to verify that for myself but if you do, proceed with caution.
There's no telling what your computer might catch from visiting that site.
I’m with you, Texas Eagle! I don’t care to verify it either. I’m inundated with enough garbage. Thank goodness people like Lila Rose are confronting them head on.
When you are in the business of murder, lying is the least of your concerns.
In fact, it is the most necessary tool to stay in business.
THE PEDOPHILES AMONG US-—PLANNED PARENTHOOD IN OUR SCHOOLS This vile organization-—Planned Parenthood—— exhibits all the signs of avid organized pedophilia. They are in our schools K-12 sniffing around the genitals of young people.
DO THIS NOW We must demand to know how many of these PP types are connected to pedophilia organizations-and how many have been convicted of pedophilia.
THE PEDOPHILE CREDO Planned Parenthood Federation of America has proclaimed a “right to sexual enjoyment” as a basic human right for all people, including children, and is pushing that goal in every arena, including schools, community groups, and particularly the United Nations.
PP hires children as young as 14 to promote sex to their peers, and one affiliate recently posted a job listing for a state-funded peer educator position that requires that the teens must attend the annual gay pride parade in order to work for PP.
THIS JUST IN PPhood’s newsest atrocity is texting children——a sex educator employed by Planned Parenthoodthe organization that works constantly to drive a wedge between children and their parents-—will be texting your children without your knowledge or consent.
When Planned Parenthood of Greater Northern New Jersey held its annual national sex educators conference, it promoted a website pushing such resources as Unequal Partners, Teaching about Power and Consent in Adult-Teen and Other Relationships.
Planned Parenthood is actively involved in trying to push the boundaries that separate and protect children from sexual activity.
While this particular texting program has launched in the Denver area, it may well be a test program with plans for nationwide expansion. Parents must be very vocal in their opposition to Planned Parenthood texting their children.
You can monitor your childrens phones for texting by noting the programs acronym and number. The Planned Parenthood In Case Youre Curious contact info is obtained by texting ICYC to 66746.
Thanks for the post; post/quote; information.
DEFUND anti-life, anti-truth collectives. The lie is the weapon used most often by the criminal.
(CNSNews.com) By the time they leave elementary school, children should be able to define sexual orientation, and by the eighth grade be able to define emergency contraception and its use, according to a report containing controversial new recommendations for sex education in U.S. public schools.
Ideally, comprehensive sexuality education should start in kindergarten and continue through 12th grade, says the National Sexuality Education Standards report, drawn up by a range of advocates, academics and public education officials.
The Future of Sex Education (FoSE), an initiative started by sex education advocates, developed the standards to create a strategic plan for sexuality education policy and implementation.
Also involved are the American School Health Association, the National Education Association Health Information Network the non-profit arm of the nations largest teachers union, the NEA the American Association for Health Education and the Society of State Leaders of Health and Physical Education.
An advisory committee includes senior officials from Planned Parenthood and the Gay, Lesbian and Straight Education Network (GLSEN).
The 45-page report determines age-appropriate guidelines for comprehensive sexuality education in the areas of anatomy, "identity," pregnancy, sexually-transmitted diseases (STDs) and others. Specifically, the National Sexuality Education Standards were developed to address the inconsistent implementation of sexuality education nationwide and the limited time allocated to teaching the topic, reads the report.
The authors argue too little time is devoted to instruction in HIV, pregnancy and STD prevention a median total of 3.1 hours in elementary school, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. In its rationale for sex education in public schools, the report says there is a pressing need to address harassment,
bullying and relationship violence in our schools, which have a significant impact on a students emotional and physical well-being as well as on academic success.
Standards to be introduced in kindergarten and be met by the second grade include: Identify different kinds of family structures and Demonstrate ways to show respect for different types of families.
Recommendations for students by the time they reach age seven include that they [u]se proper names for body parts, including male and female anatomy and [p]rovide examples of how friends, family, media, society and culture influence ways in which boys and girls think they should act.
Starting in the third grade, and upon completion of the fifth when most children are 10 years old students should be able to [d]efine sexual orientation as the romantic attraction of an individual to someone of the same gender or a different gender and [i]dentify parents or other trusted adults of whom students can ask questions about sexual orientation.
By completion of the eighth grade, the report says, students should be able to [d]ifferentiate between gender identity, gender expression and sexual orientation, [e]xplain the range of gender roles, and [d]efine emergency contraception and its use.
Upon completion of middle school, students should be able to [a]nalyze external influences that have an impact on ones attitudes about gender, sexual orientation and gender identity;
<><>[a]ccess accurate information about gender identity, gender expression and sexual orientation;
<><> [c]ommunicate respectfully with and about people of all gender identities, gender expressions and sexual orientations;
<><>[e]xplain the health benefits, risks and effectiveness rates of various methods of contraception, including abstinence and condoms; and,
<><> [d]escribe the steps to using a condom correctly.
And by the time they graduate from high school students should be expected to [d]efine emergency contraception and describe its mechanism of action and [a]ssess the skills and resources needed to become a parent.
Included in the guidelines are the following: Compare and contrast the advantages and disadvantages of abstinence and other contraceptive methods, including condoms; Access medically-accurate information and resources about emergency contraception;
Compare and contrast the laws relating to pregnancy, adoption, abortion and parenting; and Describe potential impacts of power differences (e.g., age, status or position) within sexual relationships.
The report includes a glossary that defines gender expression, gender identity, gender roles, and transgenderism. National Resources for teachers, listed in the report, include GLSEN and Planned Parenthood Advocates for Youth, an organization that supports federal legislation for comprehensive sex education policy.
While the standards include references to abstinence, the FoSE advocates against abstinence-only programs. Today, as the pendulum swings away from abstinence-only-until-marriage programs, advocates for comprehensive sex education are challenged to remain vigilant on the policy front, making certain that we maintain gains against this failed effort, FoSE says on its Web site.
FoSE lists Focus on the Family, Concerned Women for America, Moral Majority and the Eagle Forum as groups that spearheaded campaigns to discredit comprehensive sexuality education.
Agreed. These people make me sick.
Amen! Of all our fundamental, inalienable rights, LIFE is number one.
Liz, if we don’t defend LIFE with every fiber of our being, we will have lost all sense of humanity. Thank you for your comments.
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