It's All about Sex at Planned Parenthood

January 10, 2011 09:00 AM

Archbishop Timothy Dolan responded immediately upon hearing the news that 41 percent of pregnancies in New York end in abortion. He told the press, "That 41 percent of New York babies are abortedthe percentage even higher in the Bronx and among our African-American babies in the wombis downright chilling."

Perhaps this really is news to Archbishop Dolan, but it is certainly not to pro-life black leaders across this country who have been working for years to make it clear that abortion is nothing less than black genocide, pure and simple. Not only that, but they have repeatedly exposed the truth that Planned Parenthood is at the root of this because black genocide is now and always has been part of its master plan. So why is it so difficult to generate public outcry for something so blatant, so obvious, so racist, so terribly wrong?

There are many answers to this question, but the one that resounds most clearly these days is that those of us who make it a point to focus attention on the violation of human rights that occurs when an abortion kills or when Planned Parenthood homes in on a minority neighborhood are accused of being the ones who are guilty of discrimination. The allegation is that those whose freedom to kill their babies is challenged are being discriminated against by we who understand that following the natural law is the only way to preserve civilization. Or to put it another way, we are violating the new secular morality, which demands the acceptance of evil when we point out the horror of acts that result in the death of a preborn child, the death of a soul and the death of conscience itself.

Rita Diller, national director of Stop Planned Parenthood International (STOPP), recently told readers of the Wednesday STOPP Report that Planned Parenthoods social change agenda, which is the perfect example of this new morality, is really nothing more than the promotion of porn for babies:

CNS News broke the story last week about Planned Parenthood Federation of Americas latest push of its perverted agenda, openly calling for sex education for children from birth. "Real Life. Real Talk. is a bold, nationwide, social change effort," says Planned Parenthoods web site

Just as the abortionist feels uneasy when he first begins ripping preborn children apart but becomes more hardened as he kills more and more, Planned Parenthoods sex ed program seeks to desensitize parents to the irreparable harm inappropriate sex talk causes children, by encouraging them to talk in front of and to the children about sex often and without waiting for the children to ask questions.

The program is hosted in communities by local schools, libraries, churches and temples.

Links to "Tools for Talking" from the Real Life. Real Talk web site are shocking, even by Planned Parenthood standards. One of the handouts goes into detail encouraging and describing perverse sex acts, including masturbation and perverse intercourse. It encourages parents to ask their children the question: "How do you know when you like a person enough to have sex?"
Among the other alarming advice in the handouts:
A childs ... sexual feelings ... develop from the moment of birtheven before a child can speak.
Talk about sexual issues with other adults in your childrens presence. This can give your children the message that its an "okay" subject to discuss in your household.
Treat sex like any other topic.
Give short, simple, but specific and complete answers. Dont leave out important information. Information will not hurt your child or promote sexual behavior.
Use proper terms for body parts and sexual activities.
Tell your child stories about your own experiences.
Take your child to the drugstore and point out the pads, tampons, condoms, etc. Take your teen to a clinic for contraception and exams, or let your teen know where to go for help to prepare to be sexually active.
Arm your child with knowledge, skills, supplies, and self-confidence. These are the best protectors against risky behavior.

Planned Parenthood intends to promote this program nationwide.

Diller sounds a clarion call that is being heard none too soon. Now is the time to bring speakers into your community to educate parents and clergy about the dangers of Planned Parenthoods sex education and why it must be opposed. To book an expert speaker, please e-mail .

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