Skip to comments.Planned Parenthood texting sex info to young people
Posted on 12/27/2011 6:15:06 AM PST by thesaleboat
Planned Parenthood texting sex info to young people Parents, do you know who is texting your kids? Anyone who has seen Planned Parenthoods disgusting websites for teens and its sex education programs will be devastated to learn that a one-on-one chat between a child and a Planned Parenthood operative is now only a text message away. The perverse, sex-belching abortion giant announced recently its In Case Youre Curious texting program specifically targeting Denver area youth.
Adding fuel to the fire of the sexting craze, Planned Parenthood stands to do more one-on-one damage to adolescents through its sex message texting service than through any form of communication it has yet bridged. Totally unchecked and readily available only to the eyes of the child and the Planned Parenthood operative texting the young person, those who should be encouraged to abstain from sex will instead be schooled by the nations largest abortion chainon cell phones provided by their parents.
The person texting your child or grandchild will be a sex educator employed by Planned Parenthoodthe organization that works constantly to drive a wedge between children and their parents.
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. It 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.
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.
This vile organiztion exhibits all the signs of an avid pedophile.
They are in our schools K-12 sniffing around the genitals of young people.
Pro-life groups need to do some investigating——we need to know how many of these PP types are connected to pedophilia organizations-——and have been convicted of pedophilia.
Begging for a police sting...
I wonder what would happen if you texted them that you wanted to get pregnant just so you could have an abortion, I wonder how they would respond.
If someone seeks to participate in the highest sacrement of feminism, I don’t think PP would object.
This is DISGUSTING!!!!
Yeah, let’s let a 40 year old pedophile (not even going into the sickness of hiring 14 year olds to discuss sex with other kids) PRIVATELY talk sex to your teenage daughter or son.
This is truly Satan’s world.
Nobody. Ne zot, I love being the only evil parent on Planet Earth ... heck, maybe in the whole Solar System! ... whose children don't have cell phones.
Good for you!
I bet you don’t have cable, either!
No, we haven’t had cable/satellite since we moved into this house, a little over 8 years ago. Every time we go somewhere with cable, such as a vacation house, just seeing a few minutes of commercials is enough to ensure we won’t be getting it at home.
Maybe they can find a 60 year old, grouchy deputy sheriff to send the message...
I was in the ER last year and they had on the “ABC Family” channel. “Family”, mind you.
Nothing but occult/witch/vampire themed shows.
“ABC Family Channel” was one reason I told my husband we couldn’t rent a beach house this past fall unless he could disconnect the cable. “Cartoon Network” was another. Some of the kids figure out how to hook it back on, but I’d hidden all the remotes, so it wasn’t that fun ... and if someone didn’t appear when expected and was found in front of the television, he got lots of chores to do ...
My obstetrician’s waiting room usually has broadcast network “news” shows on. I make sure I’ve got something heavy to read as a distraction from the idiocy!
If an adult text your kids with what PP is doing, the adult would be registered by the police. If PP does it, it is called ‘education’. PP should be registered as a sexual pedator!
That’s awesome, I didn’t get a cell phone until my sophmore year in college when I was 19 : ) kids have enough distractions, they don’t need cell phones
Virtually every parent I talk to tells me their kids (young kids too) “need” cell phones. It’s amazing to me that I was somehow able to raise all 3 of my boys without cell phones back in the stone age. I’m really not sure how that happened. Perhaps I just dreamed it. God bless you, you evil meanie (but mine wouldn’t have one either if they were still living at home—they didn’t have computers, we had ONE and it was MINE and they could only use it with my permission).
We did have TV and cable (later when we finally could afford it), but my boys still laugh about how I used to turn it off and tell them, “boys belong outside, playing”. We should probably form a Mean Mommies Club and compare how our kids turn(ed) out compared to the Nice Mommies Club.
Our oldest, who is 20 and in the Coast Guard, has all her own technologies, but others get only what we let them use. Our 17-year-old son is trying to persuade us that he “needs” a cell phone. However, when we said we could get a “spare” phone that he could carry if a specific need were anticipated, he said that was no good, because it wouldn’t be “his.” Clearly, what really he wants is a beeber-toy, and that’s the last thing he needs while driving.
It’s strange how all my generation (I’m 45) reached adulthood without cell phones, portable game consoles, or iPads. I had a job and drove back from work at night as a teenager, and then I went away to college over 1,000 miles from home, and then got married and had kids and jobs ... and managed it all with U.S. Mail and a land-line phone.
You know, it never occurred to me to think I needed to be able to call people while I was in the car. Ever. In fact, back when I went to college we rarely made long distance calls because they were so expensive. And when I got married we lived in Denver for the first two years (and my family lived in New Mexico) and so it was a big deal to call home, and I didn’t do it often. Of course there was no email! I wrote letters. One cool thing is that I have a lot of those letters now, and it’s fun to go back and read them.