Warning: The video linked to in this post contains graphic illustrations that are not suitable for children or teens. While the information the video contains is critical for parents and educators to know, readers are strongly cautioned that some of the material is disturbing.
Update, Feb. 17: American Life League’s exposé on Planned Parenthood’s sex ed propaganda was removed from YouTube because of a copyright infringement claim over one of the pictures used in the video. ALL believes the video complies with YouTube’s fair use policies and is fighting the claim.
In anticipation of National Condom Week, last week American Life League (ALL) posted a disturbing video entitled “Hooking Kids on Sex” that shines a light on Planned Parenthood’s sex education materials aimed at school-age children.
“Disturbing” is the word ALL used in its press release announcing the release of the video — and indeed it is.
Not to put too fine a point on it, ALL’s Jim Sedlak plainly states, “Any parent that sees the video of Planned Parenthood’s material for school children will be horrified.”
Over-the-top prudish rhetoric? No way. It really is that bad.
The video includes a look at the infamous book It’s Perfectly Normal — which is intended for 10-year olds — which includes graphic images of how to masturbate, put on a condom, and have sexual intercourse.
The book is recommended by Planned Parenthood, and is gushingly praised by PP’s president, Cecile Richards, who says it is “brilliant,” and, curiously, “as fresh as a newborn baby.”
Planned Parenthood: The “Dirty Old Man” in the Park
As ALL’s Sedlak trenchantly points out:
If a dirty old man showed this book to kids in a park, he’d be arrested. Why does Planned Parenthood, a taxpayer-funded organization, get to distribute these books to our children and get more government money?
Styling themselves America’s “most trusted provider of reproductive health care”, Planned Parenthood claims to be “proud of its vital role in providing young people with honest sexuality and relationship information in classrooms and online.”
What’s even more outrageous about the fact that Planned Parenthood considers itself so “trusted” and “honest” is that so many millions of people actually believe that it is.
If you choose to watch “Hooking Kids on Sex,” be warned: it’s shockingly graphic. Do not let children watch this video.
“Hooking Kids on Sex” is posted here.
It has already received nearly 150,000 views since it was posted last week, but just in the past few days, pro-aborts have really been mobilizing their people to give it a “thumbs down” on YouTube. (Currently, dislikes outnumber likes by about 3-to-1.)
So if you elect to watch it, click the “Like” button—the more likes it has, the higher its YouTube search rankings.