A California legislator has a really, really, bad idea. Assemblyman Jesse Gabriel wants to force all schools to put the phone number of a reproductive healthcare provider (read: Planned Parenthood) on the school ids of all students in the state.
Writing at Townhall, Fresno State Students for Life leader Bernadette Tasy notes, “Assemblyman Jesse Gabriel introduced this bill after receiving a campaign contribution of a few thousand dollars from Planned Parenthood last year. This proposed legislation also raises questions about the free speech rights of pro-life students, who may be forced to advertise for an abortion provider. Why does the state feel that a student should turn to them, rather than their parents, when they are in need of help?”
Read her full-op here.
Students for Life of America continues to fight against the influence of Planned Parenthood in schools. Planned Parenthood also wants to try to force their way into sex-ed curricula, which is a bad idea for many reasons.
everal states, including Washington and Colorado, are considering legislation that would allow groups that promote bondage, sadism, pornography, and other degrading practices to take over sexual education at the state level. Under the guise of “medically-accurate” and “age-appropriate,” these groups want to take sex ed out of the hands of parents and local school boards, where these decisions can best be made, and mandate a one-size-fits-all “solution.”
These unqualified sex educators, including groups like Planned Parenthood, are teaching children the following:
Planned Parenthood of the Hudson created trainings to teach kids about BDSM (Bondage/Discipline Domination/Submission Sadism/Masochism). This training is recognized as an approved educational curriculum. This means that kids, including kids as young as 3 years old, could be using Fifty Shades of Grey as a textbook (in fact, some sex ed classes literally use Fifty Shades as part of the curriculum).
The Get Real Program assumes that teens will become sexually active. “While abstinence from sex is the most effective way to avoid sexually transmitted infections and unintended pregnancy, adolescents require a comprehensive understanding of sexual health, sexuality and protection methods, which they will need when they become sexually active.”
Planned Parenthood used to run a Teen Wire website that listed information telling teens that “kids have a right to pleasurable sex” and that “sexual experimentation for kids is normal.”
Planned Parenthood sex educators have taught kids about things like chains, choking, gagging, and BDSM.
They also teach kids that if they are HIV positive, they don’t have to inform their partners.
Part of the program involves recruiting kids to teach other kids about sex. So basically, Planned Parenthood gets kids to teach other kids about sex.
You can learn more at PlannedParenthoodTruth.org.