What Planned Parenthood Doesn’t Tell You
Yesterday I posted a brief bit on the annual report for Planned Parenthood. I pointed out that they had over 300,000 abortions in 2014, essentially wiping out the entire city of St. Louis in one year. That works out to be one every 90 seconds or so if you are wondering. Or, in the time it took me to write that post about 10 babies died in the wombs of their mothers.
Well today I want to look a bit more at their report and write about what they won’t tell the average reader. They write:
Teens who need an answer right away to an urgent question can now reach us on their phones or through their computers. . . .We now have more than 200 college campus groups — a 182 percent increase from three years ago — at universities ranging from Yale to Wellesley to Spelman. Additionally,1,503 peer educators (half of whom are people of color) partnered with Planned Parenthood educators at 42 affiliates and conducted sex education workshops on issues such as healthy relationships and birth control for youth in their communities —reaching nearly 100,000 young people across the country.
Not convinced? That is isolated? Nope, you can go to Live Action’s website and see other undercover videos of Planned Parenthood clinics helping with all sorts of sexual issues that are incredibly graphic.Remember that Planned Parenthood is at the forefront of resisting and fighting any legislation that involves parental consent on anything related to birth control and sexuality.
Planned Parenthood and many other organizations are working hard to normalize sexuality in ways God forbids. As a pastor I witness the fallout of this constantly, to the point that even the most innocent term I utter can carry a sexual innuendo for many young people. In addition, abortion is now seen by too many as something that is normal, acceptable and proper. The shift of thinking is almost complete for the question asked is what is “right for me” whereas the proper question is “what is right before the Lord?” Parents, grandparents, and church leaders need to be constantly aware of this pressure for the younger people to conform their minds to this age.