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Video Back on YouTube Exposing Planned Parenthood Targeting Kids

by Steven Ertelt | Washington, DC | LifeNews.com | 2/27/12 7:23 PM

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After a Planned Parenthood ex-intern complained about appearing in it and YouTube forced it to be removed, a pro-life video exposing how the abortion business is targeting young children is back online and able to be seen.

The new video expose and report from a pro-life group showed how the Planned Parenthood abortion business exposes children to sexual material in order to seed a generation of sex addicts who will become future customers for the abortion giant. The new American Life League report exposed Planned Parenthood’s sex programs using graphic imagery from Planned Parenthood’s own websites, materials, and events.

After just four days on YouTube, “Hooking Kids on Sex,” the investigative report on Planned Parenthood sex education exceeded 200,000 views. Then, an ex-intern of Planned Parenthood got the white-hot video blocked by YouTube. In place of the downed video, a message now appears: “This video is no longer available due to a copyright claim by Jessica Faerman.”

“Even people who thought they knew better were shocked by how Planned Parenthood promotes sex to youngsters,” said Paul Rondeau, executive director at American Life League. “Remember when activists alleged that just the fact that Joe Camel was a cartoon character implied kids should smoke, so he was banned? Planned Parenthood cartoons directly tell children to have sex and show them how. These cartoons for ten-year-olds and teens are so sexually explicit that YouTube restricted our video about them to adult viewing only.”

“Hooking Kids on Sex” shows that Planned Parenthood uses pornographic illustrations, contests, workshops, and even cartoons to encourage sexual activity at very early ages when sexual addiction can be a real concern. The report also documents “no pants sex parties” that are sponsored by Planned Parenthood and that offer free sex kits and free sex toys to college students.

“Now go read Obamacare,” Rondeau continued. “In ‘Hooking Kids on Sex II,’ we show that Planned Parenthood’s strategy is to restructure the family by changing how children view sex. This same stuff YouTube says is too explicit for a youngster is what Obamacare will pay Planned Parenthood to put in K-12 schools.”

ALL leadership firmly believes that Planned Parenthood used Ms. Faerman’s claim as a ploy to disrupt the viral explosion of the video. The pro-life group will post the new video on private servers in addition to YouTube so that “Planned Parenthood cannot create disruptions with unsubstantiated claims.”

The organization has also engaged legal counsel, guaranteeing at the outset that the new video will not be taken down without a court order.

The video exposes a book used by Planned Parenthood’s sex educators for 10-year-olds with graphic images about how to masturbate, put on a condom and have sexual intercourse.

“If a dirty old man showed this book to kids in a park, he’d be arrested,” continued Sedlak. “Why does Planned Parenthood, a taxpayer-funded organization, get to distribute these books to our children and get more government money?”

The video also exposes Planned Parenthood’s S.T.A.R.S (Seriously Talking About Responsible Sex) program, which required teens to go see Capital Pride, a parade of scantily clad drag queens, gay couples kissing and men in thongs dancing on stage.

“Planned Parenthood wants kids to choose them for their sexual education over their own parents,” said Sedlak. “They want to be the trusted friend and advocate for kids of all ages. They know that a conversation about sex with a stranger or browsing a Planned Parenthood website about teen sex is easier than talking with their parents. The abortion giant has no problem using tax dollars to exploit that fear and make money off those kids.”

Nina Rhea, Director of Pro-Life Action of Oregon, also commented on the new report.

“The non-science, pornographic content of these school sex ed programs are abusive.  Planned Parenthood’s websites are saturated with dangerous sex games erroneously labeled ‘education’ and ‘safe sex.’  This is not education but indoctrination into casual underage sex. There is no such thing as ‘safe sex,’” she said. “According to the Centers for Disease Control, the most reliable ways to avoid sexually transmitted disease is either abstaining from sex, or to be in a long-term monogamous relationship with an uninfected partner. However, many infected persons may be unaware of their infections because STD’s are often asymptomatic.”

“Planned Parenthood’s ideology is drawn from their dangerous assessment of innocent children:  ‘We are all sexual, from birth to death.’  These irresponsible programs are enablers for child predators who boldly prowl schools, shopping malls, and neighborhoods, who kidnap and then sexually abuse children,” she continued.