School's out, but PP-driven 'social change' still in session

Thursday, June 4, 2020
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Bob Kellogg (OneNewsNow.com)

abstinence teens holding handsEven though most school buildings are closed because of the pandemic or because of summer break, Planned Parenthood is still accessing students and pushing abortion.

Brittany Jones of the Family Policy Alliance says the abortion organization has ramped up advertising on "virtual sex education" and "virtual abortion" throughout the quarantine period. Through their chatbot called "Roo," Planned Parenthood can reach kids as young as 13 years old.

"Kids go in and ask their questions about sexual health and birth control and that sort of thing, and essentially they’re talking to this thing that isn't even a person about these very deep, meaningful questions and getting advice," Jones explains.

Jones

The abortion giant is also urging kids to obtain the morning-after pill, which enables them to undergo pharmaceutical abortions without their parents ever knowing.

"They've never been examined by a doctor. No one actually knows how far along they are," Jones points out regarding morning-after pill patients. "No one actually knows about any other complications they might have, and no one's actually counseling them through this decision in understanding what's going on."

Planned Parenthood is also working with the World Health Organization to push similar services internationally.

Meanwhile, California is once again proving to be one of the most radical states when it comes to sex education, this time with after-school "sex-ed squads" for students.

Karen England of the Capitol Resource Institute says her organization has uncovered at least five schools, including grade schools, that have been infiltrated by the sex-squads.

England

"It's just like a FCA club or a chess club, only it's a sex-ed club," England explains. "So it's a school-sponsored club. They meet once a week at the school; they talk about sex. You can even sign up to go to sex-ed boot camp."

Adult instructors, and in some case older students, present detailed lessons about putting on a condom and applying lubricants, among other things.

"The movement in sex education and the people behind it -- Planned Parenthood and SIECUS (the Sexuality Information and Education Council of the United States) -- genuinely, passionately believe that sex education is how they make social change with our kids," England laments.

According to Breitbart News, one of the stated goals of this movement is to recruit participants to become peer educators in order to reach more students.

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