Planned Parenthood, Kinsey, and St. Valentine’s Day sexpectations

By Rita Diller

“Just when you think you have seen the worst Planned Parenthood has to offer.” Seems I repeat that phrase every year around St. Valentine’s Day. But this year, Planned Parenthood head Cecile Richards has reached all the way to hell to pull the unthinkable out of her Valentine’s box and put it into ours. She sent an abortion Valentine to the world.

Richards tweeted a picture of herself holding a placard. Around the border is printed, “#What women need for Valentine’s Day.” In the center of the placard, within a red heart, are the words “Safe Legal Abortion.” Missing are the pictures of the result of abortion—dead babies. Just what women need in Cecile Richards’ world, no doubt. This year, forget roses and candy. Violate your love’s innermost sanctuary and leave a dead baby at her feet. That’s love, apparently, in Cecile’s world.

While St. Valentine’s Day is intended to be a celebration of all that is good and noble about love, Planned Parenthood is on college campuses around the nation at this time every year turning it into a hedonistic celebration of debauchery, putting on sexfests and orgies, throwing condoms at anyone who will take them—and even those who don’t want them—as they celebrate, of all things, National Condom Week. Totally at odds with true love, National Condom Week is one of many gateways into Planned Parenthood.

Planned Parenthood’s orgies and condom handouts create a “need” for Planned Parenthood’s fare—birth control, STD treatment, and abortion. Because, as Planned Parenthood’s vice president of medical affairs advised teens in a 2009 YouTube video: “Expect to have HPV once you become sexually intimate. All of us get it.” She continued, “But my best advice for staying healthy is to admit that you are a sexually active individual like most of us, and that you are going to have sex and that you need to take precautions in order to stay healthy.”

Here are a few memorable Valentine’s moments with Planned Parenthood leading up to Cecile’s 2014 declaration of abortion as what women need for Valentine’s Day:

2007: On Valentine’s Day, a Planned Parenthood VOX college group encouraged an array of deviancy during its annual “sex fair” at Tufts University in Massachusetts. According to an article in the school’s newspaper, Planned Parenthood claimed that the goal of this fair was to “create dialogue about sex on campus.”

The event was repulsively decorated with “phallic balloons, condom ‘roses,’” and what VOX called “a vulva wishing tree.” Students were encouraged to proudly mark on a map of the world the locations where they have had sex. A similar map asked students, “Where have you touched yourself at Tufts?” The idea of mapping where one is having sex is a recurring theme in the deviant world of Planned Parenthood. More on that in a minute.

2010: Condom carrying Valentine cards. Planned Parenthood of the Heartland, headquartered in Iowa and Nebraska at the time, offered free, printable Valentine cards on its website. One of the cards featured a picture of a pair of jeans and read, “Pants on the ground” while the inside of the card said, “I always stay safe with my pants on the ground.” Another ridiculous card has a picture of a tic-tac-toe board with rolled up condoms depicting the Os. The inside of the condom tic-tac-toe board card reads, “I like playing with you.”

2012: Planned Parenthood of the Great Northwest tweeted a new website on Valentine’s Day——offering condom users a chance to report the location of their most recent sexual encounter, the reasons they used a condom, and how “good” the sex was. While STOPP first reported such sex mapping at Tufts University in 2007, it continues to recur, and has since been taken on as a “research” project by the Kinsey Institute at Indiana University.

2013: “Roses are red, violets are blue, I’m wearing my NuvaRing, now I’m ready for you.” “You’re like my birth control implant . . . I’ve got you under my skin.” “The only thing that can come between us is a condom!” “My love for you is like the IUD, long lasting and dependable!”

Those are the sexpectation messages on Valentine cards that teens were picking up at the Oregon Adolescent Sexuality Conference. Planned Parenthood was on the steering committee for the event.

In a media release bearing the headline “Kinsey Reporter mobile app adds Valentine’s Day survey to gather holiday sexpectations,” the Indiana University newsroom reports:

The Indiana University scientists who gave us Kinsey Reporter, the mobile app for collecting, reporting, and viewing anonymous data on sexual behavior, are turning Valentine’s Day into a laboratory via a timely new holiday survey, and they are looking for answers to those and other questions.

The new survey, available after downloading the free app from the Apple iOS store or Google Play (for Android), includes basic and broad questions like “What does one’s heart most desire for Valentine’s Day?” and “What happened on Valentine’s Day?” It also gives visitors the opportunity to provide more details about sexual activities, from the desired to the experienced during the holiday.

“Ideally, we’d like to compare this new data between Valentine’s Day and the other reports we get throughout the year,” said Stephanie Sanders, interim director of The Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction. Researchers with The Kinsey Institute and the IU Bloomington School of Informatics and Computing worked together to develop the app.

Kinsey Reporter allows citizen observers around the world to report on sexual behavior and experiences, and then share, explore, and visualize what people report. Data submitted by anonymous citizen scientists is also used for research and shared with the public at the Kinsey Reporter website.

For Valentine’s Day and beyond, scientists would like smartphone users everywhere to contribute observed information on sexual activity, public displays of affection, flirting, even unwanted experiences. These aggregated data can be presented by geographic region via interactive maps, timelines, and charts.

Flagged by ALL staff as most disgusting e-mail of the day, the IU media release reminds us of the close ties between Indiana University, Kinsey, Planned Parenthood, and the sexual exploitation of children. It was in 1947 that Alfred Kinsey, a zoologist and a bisexual, founded the Institute for Sex Research at Indiana University, today known as the Kinsey Institute for Research in Sex, Gender, and Reproduction. His “research” sought to convince the public and the scientific community that, among other things, children enjoy sex from birth, and to foster acceptance of pedophilia as normal. It involved the serial sexual abuse of children as young as two months of age.

Alfred Kinsey authored the “Kinsey Reports” in 1948 and 1953, which were the basis for a sexual revolution that promoted and sanctioned promiscuity, pornography, and homosexuality. Kinsey’s research was disproportionally based on surveys of prison inmates, sex offenders, and prostitutes.

Quoting Concerned Women of America’s report, A Nation Deceived: “To obtain data about the sexual behavior of children, Dr. Kinsey worked with trained pedophiles who sexually abused hundreds of children (as young as two months) to prove to the world that infants, toddlers, and juveniles could enjoy sex pre-puberty with the help of an adult. Their sexual torture was recorded as pleasure.”

To understand the ties between Kinsey and Planned Parenthood, one must look at the history of Planned Parenthood and its cohorts. SIECUS was launched in 1964 by the Kinsey Institute to teach the Kinsey philosophy of sex education in American schools. Dr. Mary Calderone, a former medical director at Planned Parenthood, was the first director of SIECUS. Today, SIECUS and Planned Parenthood partner continually to bring deviant sex classes into the classrooms of U.S. schools and to oppose parents’ rights.

Dr. Judith Reisman has spent decades exposing the fraud and depravity behind Kinsey’s sex research and education. She displays, on her website, the tables from Kinsey’s research that document the sexual molestation of children and infants, calculating how many of the “observed subjects” reached sexual climax during their sexual torture by adults. These “observations” are presented as evidence that children are sexual from birth—a mantra repeated over and over by Planned Parenthood, SIECUS, and their cohorts.

In her article, “Kinsey’s Junk Science and Other Unreported Sex Crimes,” Dr. Reisman says:

The world-famous science historian Thomas Kuhn, in his work The Structure of Scientific Revolutions, warned that all bets are off in a science “crisis.” Displacing an accepted theory creates a scientific revolution, and a new “paradigm” emerges. So when Al Kinsey’s Sexual Behavior in the Human Male (1948) hit the nation, it did not just cause a sexual revolution, it caused a sex science revolution.

Kinsey’s sex “findings” displaced the common law and Judeo-Christian theories of human sexuality, which had dictated our conduct, culture, and sex-crime penalties. The ideals of delayed rewards, complete abstinence before and fidelity within marriage, said Kinsey, were scientifically false, constraining, repressing, and (most condemnatory) “hypocritical.”

The test of a good scientific theory is its predictability. Kinsey predicted that when people believed his theories and data, divorce, venereal disease, “illegitimacy,” sex crimes, and all sexual dysfunctions would decrease. You many have noticed that Kinsey’s predictions didn’t quite pan out. The science was bad.

Dr. Reisman closes by saying, “We gutted our sex laws and changed our sexual behavior to fit the lusts of a team of Indiana University sexual psychopaths posing as scientists. It is time for Congress to investigate the Kinsey sex science fraud. Based on post-1950s hard data, the old sexual science was healthier for society.”

Amen, Dr. Reisman. It is time for us to wake up to the havoc that is being wreaked on our children and our society in the name of normalizing the unthinkable. It is time to regain our sanity. It is time to stop giving Planned Parenthood billions of dollars to promote abortion as a woman’s right and need. It is time to take off the Kinsey glasses and look with clarity at the true legacy of Planned Parenthood and its partners in crime with a clear vision to saving our children and young adults from institutionalized sexual predators and their presence on our children’s campuses and in their lives.