The British Pregnancy Advisory Service (BPAS), often called the “Planned Parenthood of the UK” has release an ad to promote morning-after (abortion) pills. The St. John’s Valdosta Blog has the ad which has to be seen to be believed. Though you will need a palate cleanser afterward.
In other sleazy news Dawn Eden passes along the following information to me.
Planned Parenthood, which made headlines a few months back with its ultra-creepy teen sex-ed Web site TakeCareDownThere.org (which now has its offensive videos back online after having taken them down temporarily), also produces the utterly puerile “Speaking of Sex” YouTube series and podcast .
The latest taxpayer-subsidized “Speaking of Sex” video is unusually revolting and offensive, even for Planned Parenthood. It’s aimed, as usual, at teens–but send your little ones out of the room before watching it on Planned Parenthood’s official YouTube site:,
Incidentally, at the bottom of Planned Parenthood’s Web page on in-clinic abortion , the organization promises, “A short video about abortion procedures is under production.” Something tells me it won’t look anything like Father Frank Pavone’s excellent “This Is Abortion” series.
There are only so many ways we can express disgust and outrage. Maybe PP’s plan is to spout so much sewage that we are overwhelmed and become speechless.
On the bright side, their strategy could backfire–they could become so outwardly gross that previously unaware parents will get the picture, finally, and not allow their children to be sent on field trips to Planned Parenthood!
IMAGINE a world where people discuss STI’s like morons? (see that youtube video!) Where sex “educators” casually admit that 50% of all people of reproductive age will be infected? And sexual “partners” cannot be guaranteed safety against infection by any offered preventive means (except for limiting sex to marriage between uninfected spouses–what a concept!), yet they choose to risk infection by assuring one another “it’s ok, honeybunch..”? [Ironic how young people are expected to risk their lives for casual sex, but to ask them to risk anxiety and discomfort for the life of an unexpected child is considered barbaric.)
And still, abstinence education is rejected, unless it comes with condom lollipops, abortion invitations, humiliating and obscene sex indoctrination, and, most of all, promotion of the Planned Parenthood BRAND? Let us continue in prayer and HOPE for the day when Planned Parenthood is dusty history.