Later today UCLA campus pro-lifers will release the winter issue of their student newspaper, The Advocate. It will be a blockbuster.
Readers may recall Lila Rose, who spearheads The Advocate. Last spring The Advocate broke the story and released video secretly filmed inside CA Planned Parenthoods showing PPs would have helped Lila, posing as a 15-year-old girl statutorily raped by her 23-year-old boyfriend, sidestep laws and abort. Lila even appeared on The O’Reilly Factor, and PP threatened to sue.
Well, hold on, because this issue of The Advocate will knell PP another – perhaps worse – body blow. When Lila lifts the embargo I will post.
Meanwhile, Lila has okd going with this story from The Advocate, about the UCLA Ashe Center and the Center for Women and Men helping a student prepare for his orgy. Here’s another secretly filmed video:


Reported The Advocate….

In an awkwardly entertaining Live Action Films YouTube video, a student amasses over a hundred condoms from the… Ashe Center….
He gets them by detailing his plans for an orgy to the front desk attendants. The receptionists tell him to take just three, but the condom man smirks and explains he’ll need a lot more for his weekend plans. “We’re going to Catalina on a boat-ride,” he says enthusiasticaly. Ashe Center staff giggle off camera.
It’s understandable they might laugh. Less understandable is their encouragement. “Can I come?” Ashe staff workers ask. “Are you going to have fun on the boat?” Sex with multiple partners?
As our student leaves, clutching his condoms, Ashe staff tell him to “raise the roof!”
However, as health professionals, Ashe’s staff ought to know some sobering facts. Condoms have about a 12% failure rate, according to the Sexuality Information and Education Council…. Having made off with 105 condoms in one run, the student can expect at least 12 rips and slips at his “orgy.” Failure could mean pregnancy or STDs.
The health center staff mentioned none of these consequences. UCLA health services has failed to fulfill a basic responsibility. The Ashe Center hands out fists full of condoms but offers no warnings and provides no real help if its condoms fail….
In an interview… in National Review Online (12/6/06) [UCLA psychiatrist Dr. Miriam Grossman] says:

College health centers do a great job educating students about all sorts of health issues. These professionals expect that, given accurate information, students will make smart choices. They recommend, “have the salad instead of the pizza.” They assume that young people are capable of self-discipline – and expect it of them. There’s only one exception: sexual health.
Here students are told: limit your partners and use latex. Well, it’s not working…. We are losing
the war on STDs and depression on campus; we all need to discuss the consequences of risky behavior.

The Advocate posted this compelling graphic showing the true cost of condoms – and this is only financial (click to enlarge):