Planned Parenthood tricks women: “thinking about having sex with a vampire this Halloween?”

Most women do not "love abortion."

Is this the kind of “advice” young women need on Halloween? Planned Parenthood sent this out yesterday:

Thinking About Having Sex with a Vampire This Halloween?

Planned Parenthood Is Here to Help

Let’s face it: vampires can rack up a lot of sexual partners over the years. Your vampire might be the same age as you, or she or he might be thousands of years old. But no matter how old you are, if you’re going to jump into bed with a vampire, you’re going to need more than a clove of garlic to protect your health. [Planned Parenthood]

I’ll spare making you read all the sex advice Planned Parenthood gives. At the end, Planned Parenthood mentions the Twilight series and the fact that risky sex with vampires (and humans) can lead to pregnancy:

Let’s not forget, Edward got Bella pregnant in the Twilight series, going against hundreds of years of vampire lore. So even if your vampire tells you he can’t get you pregnant, why risk it?

Okay, two things.

First of all, this email tells you all you everything to know about how serious Planned Parenthood takes teenage sexuality — they think it’s all a big game. But guess what — real life isn’t a Halloween joke. Do we seriously think young women are going to be having a good laugh when they are tricked into going back to Planned Parenthood for an abortion after their one-night stand with a “vampire” on Halloween turns into an unplanned pregnancy?

Second, it’s incredibly ironic that Planned Parenthood chose to use the Twilight series as an excuse to promote their pro-abortion agenda. I have not read the Twilight books but from what my friends have told me and from what I’ve seen in the movie trailer for the next Twilight series installment, Breaking Dawn, the plot involves the vampire (Edward) caring for his pregnant girlfriend (Bella) as she goes through what I guess we could call a “problem” pregnancy.

What would Planned Parenthood’s “solution” to this situation be? I think we can all guess.

Considering how often Planned Parenthood tricks women (and law enforcement), I hope young women rejected Planned Parenthood’s awful “treats” this year and I hope they didn’t follow Planned Parenthood’s dangerous advice this Halloween.

I bet Team Edward doesn’t support Planned Parenthood.

Photo: via Irish Central

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