Thursday, April 27, 2006

Sexuality and relationship info you can trust from Planned Parenthood ...





Though South Dakota and Louisiana have been very successful in sending Planned Parenthood a very clear message that abortion is no longer [and never was] something women "need," Planned Parenthood continues to send incredibly skewed news letter [note the April 2006 newsletter "Stopping Crisis Pregnancy Centers"] and run sites that purposely send horrible messages to our youth.

For example, this morning, after receiving a Planned Parenthood newsletter, I thought it might be interesting to check the most dreaded and awful Planned Parenhood website on the web ... TeenWire.

For those of you who are unaware, TeenWire "educates" youth by toting the tag line, sexuality and relationship info you can trust from Planned Parenthood. Instead of drawing teens in, that tag line should send them running in the opposite direction ... unfortunately, it does not.

Today's banner [the picture abov is an example of the type of information that TeenWire deems appropriate for teens and visitors to their site. They also feel that it is appropriate to place clitoris tests, animations on how to put on a condom, how to use birth control, a movie called "what's behind the fig leaf and a plethora [by plethora I mean about 90%] of rabidly pro-homosexual information that forces our teens to question their own sanity.

There are over 3, 500 CPC's in America to your 1, 800 abortion mills. Consecrated women sit in adoration for hours in South Dakota for the success of their abortion ban. Thousands of pro-lifers across the country pray day in and day out on front of your killing centers, though rain, wind and snow. But the number one reason why you will ultimately fail is that your message is based on a lie and our generation isn't listening anymore.

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