Planned Parenthood to Teach More Sex-Ed Classes Thanks to Obamacare

National   Steven Ertelt   Sep 17, 2012   |   7:08PM    Washington, DC

Thanks to Obamacare, the Planned Parenthood abortion business will teach more sex-ed classes to students who have headed back to school in recent weeks.

Jim Sedlak, the head of a watchdog group that keeps track of the abortion giant, has the details on how that’s happening:

This type of threat has been in some schools for years. This year, however, those who advocate this war on your children have a great boost to their activities. You see, the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (aka, “ObamaCare”) is going to start funneling millions of taxpayer dollars to fund this.

Now that the United States Supreme Court has declared this law to be constitutional, the gloves are off and its proponents are moving full speed ahead. Like the crew and passengers of the Titanic, they are headed for sure disaster — and your children will be their casualties.

Specifically, Section 2953 of ObamaCare (found in Title II, Subtitle L: “Personal responsibility education”) included a pre-funded appropriation of $75 million a year for five years for “Personal Responsibility and Education Programs (PREP).” These programs are nothing but the old Comprehensive Sex Education programs under a new name. Planned Parenthood will be one of the primary teachers of PREP.

Planned Parenthood, of course, runs the nation’s largest abortion chain — killing over 300,000 children in the womb every year.

Planned Parenthood is also the largest purveyor of Comprehensive Sex Education programs. You can be certain that the “new” PREP programs tell your children that having sex before marriage is a good thing — as long as they are “responsible.” PP defines being responsible as using birth control when (not if) you have sex to avoid getting pregnant and having an abortion if you do get pregnant.

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That new opportunity to teach children sex-ed courses goes right along with a new texting program that targets kids with information about sex and abortion. A new video posted 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.