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Planned Parenthood draws outrage for dangerous sex advice for minors

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Today, Live Action released an undercover video showing staff at a Denver area Planned Parenthood giving startling advice to an investigator that they believed was 15-years-old. The Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains counselor presented “whipping” “tying up” and “asphyxiation” as healthy means of youth sexual exploration. Additionally the minor girl was encouraged to visit sex shops even thought those establishments are not legal for underage children to visit.

The video also shows Planned Parenthood telling the teen that “stop” may not be a good word to indicate that one is uncomfortable with a sexual act stating, “Does she really mean ‘stop,’ or does she mean, you know, whatever?” 

Live Action President Lila Rose responded strongly saying, “This Planned Parenthood-approved advice of ‘do whatever you want, but just use a safe word’ says to kids that rape scenarios can have a part in safe and healthy sexuality.” Rose continued, “It’s extremely dangerous counseling: they’re undermining and invalidating the crucial rule of consent by teaching young girls that ‘no’ doesn’t always mean ‘no.’”

Viewers of the videos have responded sharply with Jack from Kansas stating, “This is ridiculous. Stop giving these people tax dollars,” and Sarah from California saying, “I can’t believe people are giving advice like this and that my family is paying for it.”

Live Action is encouraging outraged parents to cut ties with Planned Parenthood and ensure that Planned Parenthood is not teaching sexual education in their local school. Furthermore, Live Action has launched a petition at PlannedParenthoodExposed.com to end taxpayer funding of Planned Parenthood which has garnered over 21,000 signatures.

Unlike Planned Parenthood, Live Action doesn’t get hundreds of millions of dollars in forced taxpayer funding to keep us going.  We rely completely on the generosity of our donors.  Please give to Live Action today!

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