Wednesday, July 01, 2009

ObamaCare would Team-up with Planned Parenthood

As a preview to government-run health care, observe the sex training that Planned Parenthood has for children in this cartoon. President Obama wants to end abstinence-only education, and the viewpoint of his Secretary of Education is exemplified by how he trained children in the Chicago schools.

There's still time . . .

When local and state governments are informed of the evil effects of Planned Parenthood, it's a different story, such as in Tennessee, and also in Texas, and even in California!

-- From "Planned Parenthood’s Animated Cartoon Advises Teens on Benefits of ‘Sex Play’ and ‘Outercourse’" by Penny Starr, Senior Staff Writer 7/1/09

In an animated video cartoon on its Web site, the Planned Parenthood Federation of America advises teens that taking part in "sex play" and "outercourse" can greatly reduce their risk of getting a sexually transmitted infection (STI).

The cartoon features Tina the Farmer who gives viewers a tour of her “Sexually Transmitted Infections Petting Zoo.” At the end of the video, viewers are asked to take a quiz.

The second question on the quiz asks about protecting oneself from getting a STI.

“The only way to protect yourself from sexually transmitted infections is not having any sex play at all," the second quiz question asks.

There are two choices to click on to answer: “This Sounds Right” and “This Couldn’t Possibly be Right.”

If you click on “This Sounds Right,” animated creatures representing the SDIs run across the screen and scream “WRONG!”

By clicking on the “correct” answer – “This Couldn’t Possibly be Right” – they are rewarded with the visual and audio message “RIGHT-O” and this message appears:

“You can still get it goin’ on without having intercourse. Ever hear of outercourse? That’s right, outercourse. Outercourse includes body rubbing (people who are less polite might call it ‘dry humping’), masturbation, deep kissing, and erotic massage. Outercourse can GREATLY reduce the risk of many sexually transmitted infections – unless body fluids are exchanged through oral sex or anal intercourse."

Wendy Wright, executive director of Concerned Women for America, said the cartoon is in opposition to Planned Parenthood’s claim of the importance of medically accurate information being used in "comprehensive" sex education programs for teens

“For a teenager -- and teenagers are the target market here -- they are going to read that and they are going to come away with the deepest impression that as long as you don’t exchange bodily fluids, as long as you don’t have oral, vaginal, or anal sex then you are safe from getting an STI or an STD and that’s just not true,” Wright said.

Planned Parenthood, which, according to its annual report for 2007-2008, got $349.6 million dollars from the federal government, did not respond to repeated calls and e-mails from asking several questions, including what age group the cartoon is targeting, whether the organization believes the cartoon encourages teens to be sexually active, and if any of the federal funding goes toward producing the cartoon.

To read the entire article, CLICK HERE.