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Planned Parenthood Valentine features condoms and says inside, “I like playing with you!”
Planned Parenthood is giving out free Valentine’s Day cards – with depictions of pants on the ground, condoms and genitalia and special messages such as, “I like playing with you!”
“If Planned Parenthood’s honest goal is to help women control their procreation – to plan their parenthood – why does it expend so much energy promoting sexual titillation and promiscuity?” WND columnist Jill Stanek asked on her blog.
“Obviously the organization has become financially dependent on selling contraceptives and abortion, and what better way to increase sales than promote rampant sex?” Stanek added.
LifeNews reported Jodi Magee, the head of Physicians for Reproductive Choice and Health, e-mailed supporters of pro-abortion doctors to promote their special Valentine’s Day cards.
“Let pro-choice physicians know that you appreciate them. With the stigma and harassment our doctors face, they deserve to know that they make us proud,” she said.
The cards Magee referenced featured a large heart and the message: “I love pro-choice doctors.”
Meanwhile, Planned Parenthood of the Heartland, serving Iowa and Nebraska, has made its own selection of Valentine’s Day cards, ready to print and send give away to a special friend this Sunday.
The first selection features a pair of jeans of the front of the card. The message on the inside reads: “I always stay safe with my pants on the ground” – a spoof on the widely popular “American Idol” jingle.
Cover of Planned Parenthood Valentine’s Day card.
Inside caption of Planned Parenthood Valentine’s Day card. Card also includes area for attaching condom.
A second card features a cartoon penis ogling a female condom and saying, “Looking good sexy thing!” The inside states, “We were made to be together.”
Yet another card shows a tic-tac-toe game with condoms as the “O.” The condoms score a win. Inside, the card says, “I like playing with you!”
The inside of each card contains a square box that says “Place condom here.”
Planned Parenthood invites the public to, “Surprise your sweetie with a one-of-a-kind Valentine’s card,” and encourages patrons to “top off your Valentine’s Day card with a condom by stopping in at your local Planned Parenthood of the Heartland clinic.”