There are basically three things that Planned Parenthood focuses on: Sex, Abortion, Money and when they get a chance to combine all of those things- well that is a great day for the abortion giant.
Recently, the Ashville Planned Parenthood held a condom fashion show they titled, Condom Culture, to raise money for a permanent location where they plan to offer “reproductive services.”
Of course, sponsors included condom companies such as, Proper Attire, Trojan, Pleasure Plus, and Crown. Models on the runway wore designer condom outfits which had to include at least 1000 condoms.
Submissions included Green Demon and Devil in the Bedroom
Nearly 100 people paid $135 to attend.
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Asheville, Planned Parenthood’s interim CEO Bonnie Smith who wore a condom flower in her hair told the crowd, “After 35 years in Asheville, we have leased and we have rented, and we have moved from one facility to the other. Now, we will have the permanence and stability that comes from owning a health center.”
She said the money would go toward their “expansion of services” and finding a new home.
According to the Catholic News Herald, Planned Parenthood’s application to open the new Asheville Health Center remains under review by the N.C. Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS), pending an inspection of the new facility by state regulators.
Planned Parenthood plans to renovate the building which was believed to be the site of the now closed FemCare abortion clinic, but has been identified as 16 McDowell in Asheville, for $2.6 million.
In its application for an abortion clinic license, Planned Parenthood told state health officials that it estimates performing 500 abortions per year there.
Medical director of Planned Parenthood Health Services Dr. Donna Burkett came short of saying they would be expanding into abortion by describing the move as an expansion of services.
Lest you think you missed the one and only chance to see Condom Culture think again.
Planned Parenthood of Greater Ohio will host Condom Culture 2015.