Obama Admin Website Promotes Sex, Birth Control to Girls as Young as 10

National   |   Steven Ertelt   |   Jun 3, 2013   |   11:32AM   |   Washington, DC

An Obama administration web site operated by the Department of Health and Human Services pushes information on sex and birth control to girls as young as 10 years of age. The Health and Human Services’ girlshealth.gov web site is intended for girls 10-16-years-old.

As CNS News reports, the web site includes a includes a glossary that explains anal sex and “mutual masturbation” and promotes birth control and “emergency contraceptives” that can cause very early abortions in some instances.

The “Body” tab leads to the “Your Sexuality” link, which leads to a “Birth Control Options” link and then a “What Doesn’t Work to Prevent Pregnancy” Q and A.

A graphic description of sex is in one of the dialog bubbles.

“My boyfriend says he’ll just pull his penis out before anything happens” the bubble says.

If a girl clicks on the bubble this message pops up:

“The Truth: It takes a lot of self-control for a guy to pull out,” the message says. “Also, some sperm can come out before a man ejaculates (“comes”).”

The website is described this way on the “About” portion: “Girlshealth.gov was created in 2002 by the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services’ (HHS) Office on Women’s Health (OWH) to help girls (ages 10 to 16) learn about health, growing up, and issues they may face. Girlshealth.gov promotes healthy and positive behaviors in girls, giving them reliable and useful health information in a fun, easy-to-understand way.”

“The website also provides information to parents and educators to help them teach girls about healthy living,” the site states.   “Our tagline is ‘Be Happy. Be Healthy. Be You. Beautiful. It focuses on the idea that being yourself — finding what makes you smile and how to live well — is what makes you ‘you.’ And that is beautiful!”

The mission statement also notes that the website is for girls ages 10 to 16.

The Obama administration web site follows on the heels of news of a phone app the New York City government has developed and is promoting that sends teens to local abortion clinics.