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BREAKING Live Action Planned Parenthood Exposed Part 2: whips, asphyxiation

Planned Parenthood Rocky Mountains BDSM sex

Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains has been much in the news of late.

A couple weeks ago it was revealed that its Aurora abortion clinic has abortion quotas and gives awards for “exceeding abortion visits.”

Last week we learned of a lawsuit filed against Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains’ Denver abortion clinic for not following legal protocol when aborting a 13-year-old in 2012, who it turns out was being sexually abused by her stepfather. Not only did Planned Parenthood commit the abortion and not report the incident to authorities, it gave her a birth control injection against her will, and sent her back to her abuser.

Today, Live Action released the second in its “SEXED: Planned Parenthood’s Dangerous Sex Advice for Kids” series, which exposes “counselors” at two Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains clinics – Littleton and Lakewood –  advising an investigator they thought was a 15-year-old how to engage in dangerous BDSM (Bondage/Discipline, Dominance/Submission, Sadism/Masochism) sexual behavior. 

Along with teaching deviant, dangerous behavior such as urinating and defecating on one another, gagging, whipping, asphyxiation, being leashed like a dog, and using torture apparatus, the Littleton employee encourages the investigator to violate a law banning minors from entering sex shops.

Planned Parenthood Rocky Mountains BDSM 2

In addition, both employees instruct the young investigator about so-called “safe words.” This is where Planned Parenthood violates a well known feminist mantra, to quote Planned Parenthood elsewhere, “No means no!”



So Planned Parenthood on one hand preaches that if a man hears “no” or “stop,” he is to stop, but on the other hand maybe not. Planned Parenthood, can you explain?

Here’s Live Action’s new video, also at PlannedParenthoodExposed.com:

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Pro-life blog buzz 10-22-13

by Susie Allen, host of the blog, Pro-Life in TN, and Kelli

We welcome your suggestions for additions to our Top Blogs (see tab on right side of home page)! Email Susie@jillstanek.com.

  • ProWomanProLife links to the story about two teenage girls who were caught last week with a dead baby in a shopping bag. According to the latest reports, the baby was “born alive and then asphyxiated.”
  • Wesley J. Smith comments on the horrific case of a child being trafficked to the UK – to have her organs harvested:

    The buyers should be asked: Is your own death really worse than having a child killed or maimed that you might live? Some would clearly say yes. If that isn’t evil, what is?


  • The Passionate Pro-lifer describes a recent interaction at a Denver Planned Parenthood where a supposed man of faith (pictured left) defending an abortionist as a “good doctor” tries to tell protestors they don’t know the Bible:

    … [O]ur motley crew at the evil Planned Parenthood child sacrifice center were paid a visit by a businessman from Wyoming.

    Our short visit was peppered with lots of “christian” cliches as our friend thanked us for being there and spoke about our need to read the Bible more….

    [W]hen we started asking Chris about the abortionist in Jackson, Wyoming where several of us had protested the previous year, it turned out Chris knew Brent Blue. He’s a “really nice guy”….

    The three of us who were engaged I the conversation grew more incredulous by the minute. Chris benefits from a killer financially, sees him as a practitioner, thinks he’s a great guy and calls himself a “believing” Christian.

  • Live Action posts a self-professing pro-choice woman’s experience with RU-486:

    I bled for 14 days. A follow-up ultrasound confirmed that I’d aborted. And that’s when the problems really began.

    I had been prepared for the possibility that the pill wouldn’t work and I’d still need a surgical abortion – that happens in about 5 to 8 percent of cases. I also knew that I might bleed so heavily I’d need surgery to stop it… [But] what blindsided me, apart from being battered by the mifepristone, with a huge, cystic boils that soon covered my neck, shoulders, and back. I was also overcome by fatigue – an utter lack of ability to do anything more strenuous than sleep or lie on the couch…. On top of all that came depression; I sobbed constantly….

    It was only when I described my symptoms to my gynecologist that I discovered my experience wasn’t all that unusual. (The Mifeprex literature didn’t even mention it) “I think it’s underreported, but probably one in 3 women have dramatic side effects,” he told me…. “I’ve seen a lot of women go through it – I don’t want to call it postpartum, but post event melancholy that’s more dramatic than people want to admit.” He prescribed antidepressants. “One day, you’ll feel just like your old self.” It took 9 months.

  • Pro-Life New Mexico is happy to support the community baby shower, a project of Students for Life UNM, on October 26-27 in Albuquerque.
  • ProLife NZ shares the heartwarming story of a family of five who welcomed another member, despite a prenatal diagnosis of spina bifida. They believe “everyone deserves a chance at life, no matter how brief that life may be. That we do not, and should not, make the choice for another that their life is not worth living.”
  • Reflections of a Paralytic shares a new Population Research Institute video “using cartoons to break down the complexities of pregnancy, illustrating how the [Plan B] drug affects ovulation, conception, and implantation.”

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[Photo via The Passionate Pro-lifer]

MS NOW prez: Pro-lifers the real problem at clinic skirting the law

imageMississippi’s only abortion clinic continued seeing patients Tuesday, the day after a federal judge temporarily stopped the state from closing it.

Several people wearing florescent yellow vests labeled “Clinic Escort” helped women find parking places and walked with them into the cherry pink building in a Jackson retail district. Outside an iron fence that separates Jackson Women’s Health Organization from the street, abortion opponents stood on a sidewalk and implored women not to end their pregnancies.

“Mom, come talk to us. Your baby is a precious gift from God,” Leslie Hanks of Denver, who has been vice president of Colorado Right to Life, said to one woman. “Please don’t go in and see people who kill babies, ma’am.”

The woman kept walking without glancing at Hanks.

One of the clinic escorts, Laurie Bertram Roberts [pictured above], of Jackson, wore a T-shirt with the slogan, “I (Heart) My Abortion Provider.”

“No matter what side of the abortion issue you stand on, it should be important that women are not harassed, that they are not terrorized, that they are not stopped when they are trying to access safe and legal care in America, and that’s what happens to women trying to come in and out of clinics,” said Roberts, Mississippi president of the National Organization for Women.

“And so we’re here to try to put our bodies between protesters and patients as they come in and out of the clinic.”

~ Hattiesburg American, reporting on a judge’s injunction against closing the Jackson Women’s Health Organization (pictured at top) during its lawsuit against a state requirement for abortionists to have admitting privileges at a local hospital (which the clinic “has been unable to get”), April 16

[Photo via 123people.com]

CO Supreme Court upholds ban against use of graphic abortion photos at a church

Exhibit #43   Baby RoseUPDATE 7p: I’ve added a poll, at the bottom of the post.

5:35p: I read with alarm a story at CNS News today that the Colorado Supreme Court is allowing an injunction to stand that prohibits pro-lifers from publicly displaying graphic images of aborted babies at a Denver church.

The Court’s reasoning demonstrated the height of judicial hypocrisy. It ruled signs such as Exhibits 43 and 9, right,  “cause ‘psychological harm’ to children under 12,” according to CBN.

This from the same legal system that authorized the murders of the photographed children.

This obvious free speech violation is serious in and of itself, but the injunction also carries ramifications for other pro-life activists around the country.

9 - Ptiff's Exhibit - Choice(That said, a prolonged public debate on just what it is about abortion images that makes them “gruesome,” as the Court called them, would certainly be worthwhile.)

There was no more detail in the story, but pro-life attorney Rebecca Messall was cited as “vow[ing] to appeal the decision to the U.S. Supreme Court,” and with the help of friend Leslie at The Passionate Pro-Lifer, I was able to speak with Rebecca.

Rebecca provided the backstory: For several years a group of pro-life activists had picketed “abortion neutral” St. John’s Episcopal Cathedral in Denver every Palm Sunday, when its pastor led an outdoor procession. The group sometimes conducted a follow-up picket on Easter.

Here are photos of the procession inside the church courtyard, and then as the procession continued on public property, where pro-lifers stood…

Exhibit # 30

Exhibit # 40

Exhibit # 36b

In between Palm Sunday and Easter 2005 the church filed for an emergency injunction to stop the protesters from showing images. These included a bloody doll nailed to a cross.

Pro-life activists Ken Scott and Clifton Powell were named in the injunction. It was they who sued and have been fighting a legal battle ever since.

Last week the state Supreme Court upheld a decision by the Court of Appeals to stop the protesters from displaying images at the church. No specific images were cited, just “large posters or similar displays depicting gruesome images of mutilated fetuses or dead bodies in a manner reasonably likely to be viewed by children under 12 years of age attending worship service and/or worship-related events at plaintiff church,” according to Court documents.

2013-01-15_1407“We argued that our clients had a right to be on public property speaking on matter of public concern,” Rebecca, pictured left, told me.

The U.S. Supreme Court agreed in a similar case, Snyder v. Phelps – the Westboro Baptist protesters.

Rebecca said in theory the injunction is just against graphic protests at this church.

“But the Court is agreeing with the concept that a private party can see protesters on public property and say they don’t want to see them,” said Rebecca. “Since when can private parties enjoin you because they find your message offensive, while claiming vague psychological harm to children but submitting no evidence?”

Rebecca reiterated her clients will file a petition with the U.S. Supreme Court. “The idea behind the First Amendment is to motivate change by protecting speech people don’t like,” explained Rebecca. “The world is obviously trying to suppress graphic photos of abortion, because it would motivate people to change.”

[Photos via Ken and Jo Scott]


Potty mouth Planned Parenthood delivery guy

It is understandable that people associated with abortion might be unpleasant, as was this delivery person for General Air, in Denver, Colorado, who dropped off an oxygen cylinder at Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains on October 24 and did not think very kindly of the pro-life activists standing outside.

WARNING: Vulgar language…

I wonder if General Air president Gary Armstrong knows how surly his employees can become?

Perhaps he and senior vice presidents Brad Armstrong, Mark Gregory, Mike Owings, and Art Waskey might reconsider doing business with this baby murdering business, which obviously brings out the worst in people.

And, of course, does General Air really want to take blood money?

Attack on elderly pro-lifer leads to arrest of serial rapist

I wrote in July about the attack of 69-yr-old pro-lifer Everett Stadig by an abortion proponent as Stadig was collecting signatures for Colorado’s personhood initiative in front of a Denver grocery store.

What followed is an example of perseverance in the face of injustice, which led to an amazing conclusion and a reminder of Genesis 50:20, “Even though you planned evil against me, God planned good to come out of it. This was to keep many people alive….”

Hat tip to pro-life activist Jo Scott for relaying the end of the story, as follows.

A witness saw the pro-abortion thug throw Stadig off his bike, swearing and yelling, “I’m pro-choice!” and, “You don’t have a right to be here!” The witness took down the man’s license plate number and gave it to police. Stadig suffered a broken hip.

Yet police then made no attempt to locate Stadig’s assailant until his attorneys, Rebecca Messall and Barry Arrington, intervened.

Only then did police locate the owner of the vehicle, 47-yr-old William Costello, and arrested him for assault.

Pursuant to Katie’s Law, a DNA sample was taken from Costello, and as ABC News reported November 19:

That DNA was then linked to three unsolved sexual assault cases occurring in 2008, 2010, and 2011.

Prosecutors now allege that Costello sexually assaulted a 13-year-old girl in March 2008, a 22-year-old woman in August 2010, and a 49-year-old woman in September 2011.

Costello is being charged with two counts of kidnapping,  two counts of sexual assault on a child, three counts of sexual assault and two counts of impersonating a peace officer, the D.A.’s office said.

The charges further allege that in the latter attacks Costello claimed he was a police officer, prosecutors said.

As I said, it’s an amazing story. Police are now investigating whether Costello is involved in more rapes.

Masked abortionist threatens legal action for exposure

Denver abortionist Reid Goodman really, really doesn’t want anyone to know he commits abortions at Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains, so much so that he wears a mask to work. Looks somewhat like Jason’s.

This is because Goodman is part of a legitimate practices, Mile High OB/GYN (although it, too, commits abortions).

Pro-life activist Tony Massey discovered Goodman had posted a promotional video for his practice on YouTube (removed this past weekend).

Tony decided to juxtapose Goodman’s happy face (pictured left) with his masked face (pictured above right) in his own video

Although the scenarios were different, the intent of Tony’s video was virtually identical to the intent of Center for Bio-Ethical Reform’s Northland video – to peel the mask off of abortion, pardon the pun, and expose its hidden reality. We all now know that although Northland Family Planning Centers sued CBR and Gregg Cunningham, they lost – and now owe a pile of money to CBR’s attorneys.

Yet on October 19 attorney Douglas Choi (pictured left) of TangoLaw sent Tony a “cease and desist” letter, giving him three days to remove his video from his website. Strangely, Choi wrote on behalf of the company that produced Reid’s video, DataSphere.Technologies, Inc.

So the three days is up. Back at you, Mr. Choi. Tony is not removing the video and has now gone further and also uploaded it to Pro-LifeTube.com.

Life in the debate: Obama “inaudible”

Everyone’s talking about the presidential debate this morning, so I thought I’d open up the conversation here.

I loved this photo on RedState.com., taken afterward. Click to enlarge…

Here are close-ups of the facial expressions, lol. Click both photos to enlarge…

There wasn’t much said on the life issue last night, although President Obama did make a strange comparison between Wall Street reform and living wills:

We stepped in and had the toughest reforms on Wall Street since the 1930s. We said you’ve got – banks, you’ve got to raise your capital requirements. You can’t engage in some of this risky behavior that is putting Main Street at risk. We’re going to make sure that you’ve got to have a living will, so – so we can know how you’re going to wind things down if you make a bad bet so we don’t have other taxpayer bailouts.

The topic of death panels came up, although not in so many words. Per Romney, a point he managed to make six different times during the debate (and which Obama weakly and falsely denied once), speaking about Obamacare

Number three, it puts in place an unelected board that’s going to tell people, ultimately, what kind of treatments they can have. I don’t like that idea.

The topic of the sanctity of preborn life almost came up, as did the topic of euthanasia/assisted suicide. I was really hoping when Romney started this soliloquy he’d go there. He certainly created openings but just didn’t walk through them. He did touch on the religious freedom issue, though:

The role of government is to promote and protect the principles of those documents. First, life and liberty. We have a responsibility to protect the lives and liberties of our people, and that means the military, second to none. I do not believe in cutting our military. I believe in maintaining the strength of America’s military.

Second, in that line that says, we are endowed by our Creator with our rights – I believe we must maintain our commitment to religious tolerance and freedom in this country…

We’re a nation that believes we’re all children of the same God. And we care for those that have difficulties – those that are elderly and have problems and challenges, those that disabled, we care for them.

I loved the transcript of Obama’s response: