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BDSM sex “normal”? Planned Parenthood admits it doesn’t think so

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In recent months, Live Action has released a series of videos investigating Planned Parenthood’s dangerous sex advice for children. When asked by a girl posing as an inquisitive 15-year-old what “kink” is all about, Planned Parenthood counselors consistently – and enthusiastically – encourage dangerous sex practices that put vulnerable young teens at risk.

In Live Action’s most recent installment in the series, a Planned Parenthood clinician repeats the mantra that any “consensual” sex is “normal” sex – even if it involves using a horse whip. Consent and a prior agreement to stop when a submissive partner says “stop” is all teens need for a healthy sex life, as far as Planned Parenthood is concerned. But the latest counselor-teen exchange reveals that Planned Parenthood employees, who by and large toe the organization’s line that any sexual activity is, as this worker states, “normal as long as it’s consensual,” may really feel that BDSM sex isn’t so safe, after all:

PLANNED PARENTHOOD: Yeah. Um, are you on any form of birth control?

15-YEAR-OLD: Yeah.

PLANNED PARENTHOOD: OK.

15-YEAR-OLD: Yeah.

PLANNED PARENTHOOD: So you feel like you’re having safe sex—

15-YEAR-OLD: Mm-hm.

PLANNED PARENTHOOD: —in that regard?

15-YEAR-OLD: Yeah, definitely.

PLANNED PARENTHOOD: OK.

Notice that the counselor asks whether the girl feels “safe” in that regard, that is, in regard to whether or not she will become pregnant as a result of having sex. Could it be that Planned Parenthood workers, despite their training to collectively nod their heads at the whole spectrum of sexual activity, feel that violent and aggressive sexual “domination” can be dangerous?

On top of that, many forms of birth control promoted by Planned Parenthood for “safe” sex are not safe at all for young women like our 15-year-old. For example, the NuvaRing contraceptive, encouraged by Planned Parenthood, has been known to cause serious side-effects — including death — in young women. A brand new study has once again linked the Pill with breast cancer. And the darling of the Planned Parenthood contraception gamut, Plan B emergency contraception, can cause a miscarriage— something no 15-year-old should ever face.

Planned Parenthood may feign concerns over safety and mutual respect among sexual partners, but their sex advice for children paints a much darker, more dangerous picture.

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