Planned Parenthood Outrage of the Week: Wheel of Fornication

Opinion   Kristan Hawkins   Nov 24, 2011   |   12:25PM    Washington, DC

Recently, we’ve decided to include a new segment in our weekly ListServs – our mass emails – to our subscribers called the “Planned Parenthood Outrage of the Week.”

In it, we plan on showcasing what VOX groups – Planned Parenthood’s college outreach groups – are doing across the country. The point is to highlight specific groups on specific campuses and target instances during which they emphasize sexual promiscuity, irresponsibility, and vulgar activities to incite awareness that Planned Parenthood, through VOX, is championing erratic sexual behavior in order to capitalize on their billion-dollar abortion business.

And to quote the first line in our very first segment, “it’s hard to pick just one, really.”

Recently, we got wind that the VOX group at the University of Central Florida is really trying to go above and beyond their – ahem – goodie bag ideas this year.

They took the liberty of passing out condoms in their Halloween packages last month and are planning to include quite a few in their Valentine’s Day goodie bags as well this upcoming February, right alongside their complimentary sex toys, lube, and a reminder to enjoy a happy National Condom Week.

… Seriously.

And don’t forget about their benefit party later in the semester that will include raffled-off sex books and toys, chocolate reproductive organs, condom banana races, vibrator races, and something called the Wheel of Fornication.

I’ll leave it at that, though I should mention that the benefit appropriately takes its name from the famed Salt N Pepa song, Let’s Talk About Sex, Baby!

Let’s talk about how indoctrinating women on college campuses to accept sexual promiscuity under the guise of “health care” is a brilliant way to disguise Planned Parenthood’s method for ushering them back through the door months later after the discovery of an unplanned pregnancy.

We encourage anyone that has heard of Planned Parenthood or VOX-sponsored events on college campuses that would like to let us know about them to email us!