Next Week Is 'Take Action Week'

April 20, 2018 09:00 AM

Everyone who opposes Planned Parenthood will have two national efforts in the next eight days to show your displeasure with the organization.

On April 23, the Sex Ed Sit Out will give parents the opportunity to let local school systems know that they are against the graphic and dangerous sex programs being pushed in schools all across the country. On that day, parents will keep their children out of school for one day to let administrators and school boards know they are serious about protecting children from the child predators masquerading as sexual health courses. The message from parents is:

Hands Off Our Children!

We, as concerned parents and community members, are sick of the sexualization of our children! We say NO to graphic, gender-bending, promiscuity-promoting sex education for our kids.

We demand that public schools stop treating our children like guinea pigs in some social engineering experiment. We demand that schools respect parents’ values and parents’ authority.

We will not stand for our tax money being used to promote sexual liberation, deviance, and gender confusion to our precious kids. In protest, we stand together with those parents pulling their children out of public school on April 23rd for the sex ed sit out.

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On April 28, the third annual National Day of Prayer and Protest against Planned Parenthood will take place outside local Planned Parenthood facilities. These peaceful, prayerful protests call attention to the babies who die in Planned Parenthood facilities.

This year's #ProtestPP is being held in response to Planned Parenthood's recent announcement that it plans to push for abortion initiatives in all 50 states. In the wake of Planned Parenthood's efforts to expand abortion, we recognize an urgent need to educate communities throughout the United States about the true agenda of the nation's largest abortion chain.

To find a protest location near you, or to register a protest you are leading, please go to



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