Are Planned Parenthood’s methods raising STDs?


I find it very interesting that parts of the country where Planned Parenthood is heavily located have high STD rates. Now some would say that this shows Planned Parenthood has placed their clinics in the right places, but the problem is that STD rates remain high and are often rising in places that Planned Parenthood has heavily operated in for years.

The latest example:
San Diego 6 is reporting: STDs on the Rise in San Diego

Of 56 counties in California, San Diego ranks second for syphilis, and 10th for Chlamydia and gonorrhea.

And California state data shows that the Chlamydia in San Diego has gone up every year for the past 5 years.

Does evidence like this make Planned Parenthood re-think their flawed sexual education methods?

Of course not. What we see is that they use statistics showing increasing STD rates to justify increasing their budget, which ultimately does nothing to bring down STD rates and just expands the abortion industry.

And now for a look at how many clinics Planned Parenthood has in San Diego (this list comes from PlannedParenthood.org):

City Heights Express Center
4305 University Avenue, #350
San Diego, CA 92105

College Avenue Sarah Weddington Center
4575 College Ave
San Diego, CA 92115

Euclid Avenue Francis Torbert Center
220 Euclid Ave, Suite 30
San Diego, CA 92114

First Avenue Family Planning Michelle Wagner Center
2017 First Ave
San Diego, CA 92101

Pacific Beach Express Mimi Brien Center
1602 Thomas Avenue
San Diego, CA 92109

Mission Valley Express Center
1333 Camino del Rio South, #306
San Diego, CA 92108

Mission Bay Parker Center
4501 Mission Bay Drive, #1C&D
San Diego, CA 92109

Mira Mesa Center
10737 Camino Ruiz
Medical Mall, #220
San Diego, CA 92126

Kearny Mesa Center
7526 Clairemont Mesa Blvd.
San Diego, CA 92111

First Avenue Surgical Services Michelle Wagner Center
2017 First Ave
San Diego, CA 92101

Planned Parenthood’s sexual education, which emphasizes how to be sexually active Planned Parenthood style (with a condom or birth-control pill), needs serious rethinking as the data shows.

The actual results of Planned Parenthood’s efforts is that young people hear this message and become sexually active…and get STDs…and become pregnant with a child. This problem is illustrated by the 17.4% of  sexually active girls under “typical condom use” who still get pregnant EVERY YEAR. These are people doing things Planned Parenthood style, and look at the results…not good. Also, condoms do not protect against all STDs.

Many others only use the Pill (I won’t get into other health and abortifacient effects here), which doesn’t stop STDs. In short, I believe that Planned Parenthood’s encouraged sexualization of youth is a disaster because young people are not able in large numbers to be sexually active in a responsible way that doesn’t lead to significant STD and pregnancy rates.

What does work? Well, 50 years ago when far more young people were sexually restrained, we did not have nearly the STD or “unwanted” child problem we have today. Having a general understanding of condoms, etc is fine in my view, but when that education is done in a way that promotes the expectations that youth are supposed to be engaging in sexual behavior, a terrible expectation is set and  fulfilled — and with it a wave of STDs and “unwanted” children often lose their lives.

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