Companies and organizations interested in reaching a young demographic often turn to ever-popular social media sites to elicit interaction. An agency responsible for millions of dead babies is no different.
Planned Parenthood recently reached out to teens on Facebook and Twitter with the vaguely controversial question, “Is promiscuity a bad thing?” Had the evocative conversation-starter gone no further, there would likely have been little outrage. Instead, the nationwide abortion provider handed things over to its resident adviser, known simply as Alex.
He explicitly told teens on the site that “the number of sexual partners you’ve had doesn’t say anything about your character, your morals, or your personality,” adding that “there’s nothing bad or unhealthy about having a big number of sexual partners.”
While sex outside of marriage is seen as a sin among a large portion of Americans, this despicable organization gives children permission to engage in wildly reckless and promiscuous sex. Though teens should not be vilified for giving into hormonal urges, such behavior should not be actively encouraged.
Despite Alex’s insistence to the contrary, a person who seeks as many sexual partners as possible is implicitly telling the world something about his or her character, morals, and personality.
Of course, Planned Parenthood could not care less about those issues. It exists almost entirely to snuff out developing life in the womb.
By encouraging even more irresponsible kids to jump into bed with a stranger whenever the mood strikes, this horrific organization will only profit from the increased business.
As if it is not disgusting enough such filth makes its way to sites our next generation visits frequently, American taxpayers were forced to give more than a half-billion dollars to fund Planned Parenthood last year.
It is indeed a sad commentary on this nation’s culture that a group encouraging death benefits from government largesse, while conservative patriots are silenced out of fear of losing their tax-exempt status.
–Western Journalism staff writer
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