Planned Parenthood Text Program Targets Kids With Sex, Abortion

National   |   Steven Ertelt   |   Sep 13, 2012   |   11:56AM   |   Washington, DC

The Planned Parenthood abortion business has launched a new text and chat program that targets kids with information about sex and abortion. A new video posted yesterday by the nation’s largest abortion company targets young people with instructions on how to text questions about abortion and sex to its staff.

In the video, a child is shown, without parental knowledge or permission, how he or she can send a text asking a question about sex to Planned Parenthood. The ad also shows how easy it will be for the abortion company to sell abortions to young teenagers who contact it.

The video shows a teenage girl asking, “The condom broke and I don’t want to be pregnant.” The response from the abortion business promotes the morning after pill as something she can take to avoid pregnancy — though it would act as an abortion agent destroying the life of a new human being that far after sexual intercourse.

“Planned Parenthood’s text program helps young people get answers to their sexual health questions simply by texting,” the abortion business advertises. “Had unprotected sex? Have STD symptoms? Am I pregnant? Just Worried? Text “PPGO” to 7744636″

The new program should be worrisome to parents as nearly 40 percent of teens aged 14 to 17 are using digital technologies to seek out health related information, according to a Pew research poll.

Seeking to take advantage of that, Vanessa Cullins, Planned Parenthood Federation of America vice president, admits the abortion company is seeking to target them.

“Today’s technology makes it possible for young people looking for information to access it in multiple ways, and Planned Parenthood is determined to provide information to as many young people as possible,” she admitted.

Leslie Kantor, PPFA’s vice president of education, added: “Through our online and mobile tools, Planned Parenthood is working to reach as many young people as possible.”