The Planned Parenthood abortion business in Wisconsin is going beyond the pale in its efforts to push its pro-abortion agenda on kids and teenagers — by hiring them to push its sex education agenda on their peers.
Planned Parenthood of Wisconsin recently posted a job listing indicating it is looking for children as young as 14 to work as sex educators.
“Planned Parenthood of WI (PPWI) is hiring Youth Health Educators at PPWI (there are 7 positions available),” the new listing reads. “Youth must be between the ages of 14-24, hold a current leadership position in a youth-serving Community Based Organization (CBO) or at their school/college, and be able to work at least 10-12 hours/week.”
“This position will further the department’s mission of creating sexually healthy communities with a focus on reducing the rate of teen and young adult pregnancy and STIs, including HIV/AIDS. More specifically, this position will provide one-on-one health education to youth in our Youth Health Clinics, assist with providing direct sexuality education to youth via the youth text hotline and “Youth Nights” programming, and act as community advocates regarding issues of responsible sexuality education among adolescents and young adults,” the listing says.
“Must have successfully completed 8th Grade. Ability to relate to and influence peers required. Public speaking and presentation experience is a plus. Previous leadership role(s) with other youth programs desired. Bilingual (Spanish/English) skills preferred,” Planned Parenthood adds.
The position is a limited one for up to a year and may be renewable after the first year and any teenagers hired by Planned Parenthood would be trained by their staff to promote the abortion business’ agenda.
Rita Diller, the director of the watchdog group Stop Planned Parenthood commented on the listing.
“That’s right, the organization is paying children to promote sex to other children,” Diller said.
The pro-life group Pro-Life Wisconsin says the abortion business is pushing children to urge other children to break the law.
“In Wisconsin, early teen sexual activity, even if consensual, is against the law,” the organization notes. “Wisconsin Statutes 948.02(2) states, (w)hoever has sexual contact or sexual intercourse with a person who has not attained the age of 16 years is guilty of a Class C felony. Violators, including teens, can be placed on Wisconsin’s Sex Offender Registry. It is clear that [Planned Parenthood’s] contraception sex education programs aid and abet our children in the commission of this second degree sexual assault (statutory rape) crime. And then we punish them as sex offenders when they get caught.”