A website sponsored by Planned Parenthood, the biggest player in America’s billion dollar abortion industry, is promoting oral sex and casual encounters in the name of encouraging the prevention of sexually transmitted diseases, critics say.
“This website is engineered to reach the youth of America and undoubtedly will be featured in their health curriculum that is in many of our public school systems,” warned Rev. Clenard H. Childress Jr., of the Life Education And Resource Network.
The organization specifically cited a video that appears to have a black youth performing oral sex on a white youth, under the supervision of a white guidance counselor.
“It is obvious the deliberate depravation and systemic racism of Planned Parenthood continues to reach new levels of disgust,” he said.
In an e-mail to WND, J. Matt Barber, the director of cultural affairs for Liberty Counsel, called the “public service” vignettes “unbelievably offensive.”
A review of the promotional videos created by Planned Parenthood show the following scenarios:
- A girl who appears only from the waist up appears to drop her slacks to the floor, then asks a second girl, a third girl, and a boy, “Do you see anything down there?” The counselor advises her to get a test for STDs.
- Two girls, a guy and the counselor talk about what HPV means. The teens’ guess is a reference to a sex organ.
- A white youth appears only from the waist up, then a black youth suddenly stands up in front of him, and the white youth says, “I didn’t spew.”
- A girl says, “I like me. I like spending time with me. It’s not like I can get me pregnant or give me diseases.”
- The theme song gives the message, “Whatever you call it, you’ve got to know how to take care of it.”
Critics said it is time that the corporation is held accountable for the videos.
“This can’t go on,” added Damon Owens, founder of Joy Filled Marriage in West Orange, N.J.
The Planned Parenthood website is called “Take Care Down There.”
Childress said his organization also is calling on the Rainbow Coalition, led by Jesse Jackson, to demand a national boycott of Planned Parenthood and an apology for its practices.
“We ask further that the Rev. Jesse Jackson request a written statement from Planned Parenthood that they will review their present distribution of material along with all websites and put them in compliance with the laws of decency and respect,” he said.
Citing a series of recent reports documenting Planned Parenthood’s expressed willingness to accept a donation that would specifically target the abortion of a black child, Childress also said his organization is asking presumptive Democratic presidential nominee Barack Obama that he no longer “raise funds, strategize and partner with Planned Parenthood.”
WND has reported previously on those taped interviews. In one, an Idaho official for Planned Parenthood said it was “understandable” that a donor would want to contribute to abortions targeting blacks so that his own, presumably white, child would have less competition in college.
The Texas-based pro-life group Life Dynamics previously conducted an extensive undercover project in which an adult volunteer posing as a 13-year-old called every Planned Parenthood clinic in the U.S., saying she was pregnant by a 22-year-old boyfriend. Almost without exception, the clinics advised her to obtain an abortion without her parents’ knowledge and told her how to protect her boyfriend, who would be guilty in any state of statutory rape.
Planned Parenthood founder Margaret Sanger supported eugenics through birth control to cull people she considered unfit from the population. In 1921, she said eugenics is “the most adequate and thorough avenue to the solution of racial, political and social problems.”
At one point, Sanger lamented “the ever increasing, unceasingly spawning class of human beings who never should have been born at all.” Another time, Sanger wrote, “We do not want the word to go out that we want to exterminate the Negro population.”