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

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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.

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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!”

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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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NEW Live Action undercover video: Planned Parenthood Indy teaches 15-yr-old BDSM

Planned Parenthood Indianapolis teaching BDSM to minor

After revealing the subject of its new investigative series yesterday, today Live Action released its first video exposing Planned Parenthood’s dangerous and disgusting practice of teaching underage girls how to engage in violent BDSM (bondage, discipline, dominance, submission, sadism, masochism) sexual activities.

The video shows a staffer at the Midtown Planned Parenthood in Indianapolis, Indiana, taking it upon herself – without being asked – to introduce Live Action’s investigator she thought was 15 years old, to the dangerous world of BDSM [warning: vulgarity from here on out]:

  • “Or you could be a dom – dominatrix, um, type of person. To where you dress in, like, all leather or something, with the whips and handcuffs… or he might be – want to be that towards you… be dominant over you.
  • 50 Shades of Grey, have you read it?… Ok, you need to read it.”
  • “I would start with the taste, and then the role-play… and then work up to the hard, the harder things –  like hitting, and things like that.”
  • “If something is too intense for you, um, use a safety word.”
  • “Uh, anal is something you have to work in, ’cause it is kind of intense and painful sometimes.”

The Planned Parenthood counselor also instructs the investigator about sex shops and sex toys, and how to get around laws blocking minors from buying them:

  • “Unless, like your friend went – if you trusted someone good enough to go in….”

And how to find porn online:

  • “So. It’s – it’s called [name blocked]. It’s a free porn site that you don’t get any, uh, viruses off of…. Like there’s categories that you – can click on the categories, and it’s just rows of whatever you wanna watch.”
  • “Yeah, just Google – whatever you have in your head about how to start something – if you have an idea – Google what is in your head, and I’m sure people have already done it.”
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You’ll note the video edits out the worst of the Planned Parenthood staffer’s vulgar advice and personal experiences.

The unedited video can be viewed at PlannedParenthoodExposed.com. Just be careful. This stuff is truly dangerous and addictive. I can’t watch the extended cut. My mind already needs a bath. The Daily Caller posts a bit of what’s on the unedited video if you don’t want to watch it. One money quote from The Daily Caller:

When asked for comment, Phil Derby, owner of the San Francisco BDSM club Citadel, said simply, “I will not talk about anything sexual with anyone under 18. It’s the law.”

The point of this investigation is to underscore the fact that Planned Parenthood gets 1/2 BILLION dollars a year to expose our kids to this filth. It simply has to stop. The State of Indiana tried to defund Planned Parenthood in 2011, but was blocked in court.

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Stanek weekend question: What do you say to someone who wishes she had been aborted?

From rolereboot.com comes a piece written by a clearly depressed woman also suffering from feelings of low self-worth.

Here’s an excerpt from the sad article entitled, “I Wish My Mother Had Aborted Me”:

An abortion would have been best for me because there is no way that my love-starved trauma-addled mother could have ever put me up for adoption. It was either abortion or raising me herself, and she was in no position to raise a child. She had suffered a traumatic brain injury, witnessed and experienced severe domestic violence, and while she was in grade school she was raped by a stranger and her mother committed suicide. She was severely depressed and suicidal, had an extremely poor support system, was experiencing an unplanned pregnancy that resulted from coercive sex, and she was so young that her brain was still undeveloped.

With that constellation of factors, there was a very high statistical probability that my mother would be an abusive parent, that we would spend the rest of our lives in crushing poverty, and that we would both be highly vulnerable to predatory organizations and men. And that is exactly what happened. She abused me, beating me viciously and often. We lived in bone-crushing poverty, and our little family became a magnet for predatory men and organizations. My mother found minimal support in a small church, and became involved with the pastor who was undeniably schizophrenic, narcissistic, and sadistic. The abuse I endured was compounded by deprivation. Before the age of 14, I had never been to a sleep-over, been allowed to talk to a friend on the phone, eaten in a restaurant, watched a television show, listened to the radio, read a non-Christian book, or even worn a pair of jeans.

If this were an anti-choice story, this is the part where I would tell you how I overcame great odds and my life now has special meaning. I would ask you to affirm that, of course, you are happy I was born, and that the world would be a darker, poorer place without me.

It is true that in the past 12 years, I have been able to rise above the circumstances of my birth and build a life that I truly love. But no one should have to make such a Herculean struggle for simple normalcy. Even given the happiness and success I now enjoy, if I could go back in time and make the choice for my mother, it would be abortion.

The world would not be a darker or poorer place without me. Actually, in terms of contributions to the world, I am a net loss. Everything that I have done – including parenting, teaching, researching, and being a loving partner – could have been done as well if not better by other people. Any positive contributions that I have made are completely offset by what it has cost society to help me overcome the disadvantages and injuries of my childhood to become a functional and contributing member of society.

It is not easy to say, “I wish my mother had aborted me.” The Right would have us see abortion as women acting out of cowardice, selfishness, or convenience. But for many women, like my mother, abortion would be an inconvenient act of courage and selflessness. I am sad for both of us that she could not find the courage and selflessness. But my attitude is that as long as I am already here, I might as well do all I can to make the world a better place, to ease the suffering of others, and to experience love and life to its fullest.

Thoughts? How do you respond?