Warning: Contains graphic language.
Two individuals who claim to be LGBT high school students are selling lollipops shaped like genitalia to support the abortion chain Planned Parenthood.
For $3.99, the teens promise to send a “pussy pop” shaped like a vagina to President-elect Donald Trump, and for $4.99, they will send a penis-shaped lollipop. They also claim to send 50-percent of the “p—- pop” proceeds to Planned Parenthood, the Daily Wire reports.
Here’s more from the report:
For just $3.99, an anonymous LGBT- affiliated high school couple will deliver “an edible, flesh-colored vulva on a stick” to the Trump Headquarters in New York City on your behalf. Some vulvae are colored with lighter skin shades, while others have darker skin shades, presumably to remain racially inclusive.
The project leaders claim to be a LGBT high school couple named Jules and Gabe. A number of liberal websites have featured stories about their project, which, the teens claim, a celebrity participated in within the first two days of its launch.
“We’re on a mission to show Trump and America that we’re unsatisfied, and our desire for an inclusive un-misogynistic America is unwavering, by sending him p—-shaped lollipops,” the website says.
The crude nature of the project is a lot like other protests that abortion activists have been encouraging against pro-life leaders across the country.
In December, an anonymous abortion activist urged women to send blood-soaked tampons to Texas pro-life Gov. Greg Abbott in protest of a new state rule requiring that aborted babies’ bodies be cremated or buried.
The Daily Dot reported no one took credit for the recent Facebook post telling women that it’s their “civic duty” to send their used tampons to the governor. However, Texas abortion clinic worker Ele Chupik shared it on Facebook in December, and more than 12,000 people shared Chupik’s post over the course of several weeks.
Also in December, a Satanist leader urged people to send semen-soaked socks and rags to the Texas governor’s office to protest the new rule. Satanist Jex Blackmore did warn people that sending bodily fluids through the postal service “may get you in trouble, so do this at your own risk.”
Vice President-elect Mike Pence also has been a target of these crude, pro-abortion efforts. In November, MTV News writer Rachel Zarrell threatened to mail Pence a “monthly bag of period blood” if he continues to fight against abortion. Later, Zarrell brushed it off as a “joke.”
Both in Congress and as governor of Indiana, Pence has been a strong advocate for unborn babies’ right to life. In the spring, Pence faced similar attacks after he signed a state law to prohibit discriminatory abortions done solely based on a fetal anomaly, the baby’s sex or race.
In April, abortion activists responded with an immature campaign called “Periods for Pence” where they urged women to call the governor’s office and leave messages with details about their menstrual cycles.