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New Live Action video reveals more disturbing sex advice from Planned Parenthood to kids

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Live Action’s latest undercover investigation of Planned Parenthood explores sex advice that the government-funded organization gives to kids.

The latest video in the series reveals more of the disturbing input Planned Parenthood counselors give to minors (which they receive tax dollars to do). The first video of the series can be found here. This advice includes encouragement to participate in dangerous and illegal activity behind parents’ backs.

In the newest video, an actress, posing as a fifteen-year-old, tells a Planned Parenthood counselor at Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains that her boyfriend wants to “start trying some new stuff with sex” – an idea, she says, that he got from the book Fifty Shades of Grey.

The counselor doesn’t ask the girl whether this is something she is comfortable with. She doesn’t caution against the dangers associated with BDSM (bondage and discipline, sadism and masochism) sex. These dangers include documented deaths in cases where boundaries were misunderstood or things got out of hand.

Instead, the counselor jumps right into advice on practicing BDSM sex. She explains the different modes of pain that can be inflicted on sexual partners and devices that can be used to achieve pain. The counselor says that some of these “scare the hell out of” her, but encourages the young girl to do what feels good to her and her boyfriend. As long as the teens are “safe,” she says, exploration needn’t have boundaries.

The counselor encourages the girl to visit a shop that sells sex toys with her boyfriend, and to speak to the people who work there to get advice for their own sexual exploration. She fails to mention the fact that it is illegal for a minor to enter a sex shop in the state of Colorado.

The counselor also encourages the girl to watch pornography with her boyfriend and experiment with what they see. Desecrating and urinating on partners is included in the “do what feels good” themed advice. Sans, of course, cautions about bacterial infections and the possibility of dying of asphyxiation or other forms of violence that can result from these behaviors.

When the girl says that she shares a computer with the rest of her family, the counselor advises her to look up porn websites on her phone so that she won’t get caught by disapproving parents.

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