A Vermont branch of the Planned Parenthood abortion chain is not pretending to be advocating for women’s healthcare anymore.
Instead, the Planned Parenthood Vermont Action Fund now says it’s advocating for “people with uteruses,” according to Fox News.
Planned Parenthood is the largest abortion chain in the U.S. Its most recent annual report shows a record number of abortions: 383,460, as well as $1.7 billion in income, including $633 million taxpayer dollars.
Recently, its political branch in Vermont has been telling people on social media not to use words like “women,” “female” and “feminine” anymore. One post described women as “people with uteruses,” Fox News found.
Here’s more from the report:
Fox News Digital found that on numerous occasions the Planned Parenthood Vermont Action Fund peddled narratives on social media that blasted “White women” or called for gender-neutral language …
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“Access to abortion is an intersectional issue,” a video on the action fund’s TikTok said. “Our language needs to acknowledge those intersections.”
In a video on TikTok about the annual Women’s March, the Vermont abortion advocacy group asserted that “abortion care is trans care” and implied that the phrase “women’s healthcare” is offensive. Instead, the Planned Parenthood group urged supporters to say “reproductive healthcare.”
Its other recommendations included saying a “person’s choice” instead of a woman’s choice, “human rights” instead of “women’s rights” and “menstrual products” instead of “feminine hygiene products,” the report found.
The new talking points are problematic for many reasons, not the least of which is that they deny the unique and valuable ability to bear children that only women possess. In its abortion advocacy, the abortion chain also ignored how all unborn babies are human beings who have rights and female babies in the womb have uteruses, too. It isn’t offering health care to these human beings, these “people with uteruses.” It’s destroying their lives in abortions.
Planned Parenthood has a long history of ignoring and discriminating against the most vulnerable in society. Its founder, Margaret Sanger, was a eugenicist who described people as “human weeds,” “reckless breeders” and “spawning … human beings who never should have been born” in her book “Pivot of Civilization.” She also spoke to the KKK.
More recently, the abortion chain has faced racism complaints from hundreds of employees. In 2020, about 300 current and former Planned Parenthood employees signed an open letter accusing one of its CEOs and the abortion chain of “systemic racism,” “abusive behavior and financial malfeasance.” Other employees have accused the abortion chain of pregnancy discrimination.
Its patient numbers have been dropping steadily in recent years amid numerous reports of alleged unethical and illegal activities, including selling aborted baby body parts, botching abortions that killed women, covering up the sexual abuse of minors, exploiting young girls by selling cross-sex hormones and more.