Planned Parenthood encouraging teens to celebrate promiscuity

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The largest provider of abortions in the United States is actively encouraging teens to be promiscuous.

Planned Parenthood, a recipient of a record $542 million in taxpayer support in fiscal 2012, recently turned to social networks highly popular with teenagers to ask, “Is promiscuity a bad thing?” Newsbuster reported.

After a laughable attempt to muddle the definition of promiscuity, to include suggesting the term could mean “a person who goes on a lot of dates,” a commentary posted on Planned Parenthood’s Tumblr page stated:

“Since the number of sexual partners you’ve had doesn’t say anything about your character, your morals, or your personality – or about anything at all really– there’s nothing bad or unhealthy about having a big number of sexual partners.”

Think about that.

An organization that trades in the killing of unborn babies is saying through an author identified as Alex that “there’s nothing bad or unhealthy about having a big number of sexual partners.”

In effect, Planned Parenthood is telling teens to sleep around as much as they like. And the more teens do, the greater the odds of future business for the “women’s health” organization.

“Creating demand is as important to the business model as protecting the absolute right to kill infants,” Newsbusters’ Katie Yoder wrote.

The author of the commentary assures readers that “if you feel satisfied with and confident about your sexual decisions, you have nothing to worry about – even if someone calls you or your behavior ‘promiscuous.’”

This latest effort mimics the “Stop the slut-shaming” campaign highlighted in 2012 on Planned Parenthood’s Facebook page, “Planned Parenthood Info for Teens.” A campaign that attempts to refine the term “slut” in a positive manner.

As egregious as all this may be, keep in mind that your tax dollars help pay for it.

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