This University and Planned Parenthood are Teaming Up to Fund a “Sex Week” on Campus

State   |   Micaiah Bilger   |   Feb 12, 2016   |   12:08PM   |   Salt Lake City, UT

Disconnecting sex from responsibility is something Planned Parenthood works to hard to do on college campuses across the nation. More sex without commitments means more abortions, which means more money for Planned Parenthood.

This week, Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest abortion chain, is targeting students at the University of Utah, partnering with the Students for Choice club to fund “Sex Week” on campus, according to Breitbart. The College of Social Work, the Office of Equity and Diversity and the Associated Students of UU also are involved, the report states.

The mission of “Sex Week” is to “raise awareness about reproductive justice by deconstructing reproductive oppression and advocating for our bodies, our families and our lives.” The pro-abortion group is offering incentives such as a chance to win a year’s supply of contraception and extra credit from professors for attending events.

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The report continues:

Included Wednesday on the schedule is a “Hip Hop Feminism” workshop that focuses on “Love, Pleasure, and Self-Image,” with a performance by “Colored Girls Hustle,” a group that “believes health and pleasure are human rights.”

On Thursday, students are invited to participate in a “Make Your Own Safe-Sex Kit” workshop, a free HIV/STD testing session, and a Planned Parenthood Ambassador Training event.

Students for Choice president Kilam Kaur says the goal of her group is to help people to have complete autonomy over themselves, reports the Daily Utah Chronicle.

“Students for Choice is hoping that this week will reduce the stigma around sex, provide students with healthy reproductive services and resources, and also create opportunities for students and faculty to engage with the reproductive justice framework,” Kaur said. “Students and faculty should attend events during Sex Week to engage in a larger conversation on campus about consent and reproductive justice.”

“Sex Week was intentionally organized right before the Valentine’s Day weekend, so students could access free condoms and safe sex that they may or may not use during the weekend,” she continued, adding that she believes in Utah the current education system fails to empower students to embrace and love their sexuality.

According to the report, Planned Parenthood helped to sponsor “Sex Week” last year at the university, too. That year, the abortion group offered the chance to win a free vasectomy.

Last year, the campus pro-life group asked that the event be moved off campus because of its immature promotion of sex without responsibility, but the request was ignored, according to Barbwire.

The Right to Life of UU sent a letter to the Center for Student Wellness, saying that Sex Week “encourages sexual partners to view each other as objects used for pleasure” and the event’s immature nature overshadows the important education about unplanned pregnancies and STDs.

Planned Parenthood’s sexual education programs in public schools and colleges are well-known for promoting dangerous behavior. In 2014, Live Action release a video of Planned Parenthood employees telling young teenage girls that “stop,” really doesn’t always mean, “stop” and encouraging them to participate in sado-masochistic sexual activities, including gagging, whipping, asphyxiation, shopping at sex stores, and viewing pornography.

In the International Planned Parenthood Federation’s booklet for HIV-positive youth, “Healthy, Happy and Hot,” it claims that it should be a “human right” not to tell your sexual partner that you have HIV, LifeNews previously reported.

Additionally, the abortion giant has published multiple “resources” for children and teenagers concerning sexual activity. These materials claim to provide “age appropriate” sex education to children starting at age four. Planned Parenthood justifies starting sex-education at such a young age by stating, “Ideally, medical accurate sexuality education would be taught each year in our schools from pre-kindergarten to 12th grade.”