Planned Parenthood Tweets Valentine Day Message With Condom Replacing Wedding Ring
by Steven Ertelt | Washington, DC | LifeNews.com | 2/14/14 11:26 AM
Planned Parenthood’s president has already told the women of America that they need abortions on Valentine’s Day rather than flowers or a fancy dinner.
Now, the Maryland affiliate of the nation’s biggest abortion company is telling women they need condoms instead of a wedding ring. In the days leading up to Valentine’s Day today, Planned Parenthood Maryland tweeted out a picture of a box that would normally contain a wedding ring, replaced with a condom.
The picture contains the message, “Will you be my birth control?”
That’s typical for Planned Parenthood: all sex, no relationship.
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Penny Nance of Concerned Women for America has a response to Planned Parenthood:
This week, Cecile Richards decided to hijack yet another holiday and make it about everything it isn’t. They did it for Christmas, and now they’re doing it for Valentine’s Day.
Taking feminism to its logical conclusion, Cecile declared that “what women need for Valentine’s Day” is abortion and birth control.
Listen up men, you thought dinner would be nice? Wrong. And that you would pay? Well, that’s just degrading, because in the eyes of the Left, what women “need” eliminates the need for a committed man in their lives or for anyone else besides them and Lena Dunham.
They will refuse to let you open the door, scoff when men offer a seat, and yet, at the end of the day, complain that there are no “real men out there anymore.”
See, when the Left hears someone say that true love is sacrificial, they think that means that complete strangers must be forced to sacrifice money and deeply held convictions to make sure they have their proverbial box of chocolates, contraceptives, and birth control.
This Valentine’s Day, I won’t do our gender a disservice and try to speak for them all. But I will say, for me and my friends, we would like respect over an abortion any day.