Planned Parenthood gives kids 'porn' book
When I read the above words in a news report I was not shocked. Perhaps this is because Planned Parenthood is one of those evil organizations where nothing they do can surprise or amaze me anymore. The event where the porn book was distributed was called “Nobody’s Fool 2004” which took place in Waco, Texas. Apparently there was some people slated to be made fools of. That was the parents who were stupid enough to allow their children to attend this attack on “parental rights, public morality, and the well being of children.” This was the agenda given to it by Jim Sedlak, executive director of American Life League’s STOPP International, a group that monitors Planned Parenthood.
The World Net Daily News reported that parents were not permitted to attend the conference. This should have been the first clue that something was wrong. The second was the target audience audience, children in the fifth through ninth grades. Young people between the ages of 10 and 14 are highly susceptible to influence. Had some parents been in the audience to see what was going some outraged adult who caught on might have disrupted the whole thing to protect their child.
The pornographic book in question was a book titled “It’s Perfectly Normal.” It was given to children in grades 7 to 9. The book contained detailed explanations of how to perform sexual acts and masturbation. It also had sexually explicit line drawings. Mr. Sedlak called it “pornography in comic book form.” Exposure of children to pornography should be considered as child abuse. But what should we expect of an organization that enriches itself on the murder of the unborn? Should they shrink from sexually abusing young children?
It was reported that in 2003 conference Planned Parenthood passed out a book with the Girl Scout logo that was sexually explicit. Exposure the previous year has not slowed down the people in Planned Parenthood from practicing their peculiar form of pedophilia.
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