Priding themselves to be “America’s most trusted provider of sexual and reproductive health care,” Planned Parenthood’s social media posts on relationships, sexual orientation and transition, sexual activity, birth control and abortion, and their school education programs might be a bit shocking to some.

Much of the woke messaging and instruction promote sex without boundaries and claims, “any reason for abortion is a good reason.”

With colorful graphics and content intended for a young audience, they warn that opposing information is “scaring, shaming, and lying to people.” They claim that having morals or self-control is outdated and patriarchal. They discredit those who disagree with their radical beliefs as, “racist, sexist, homophobic, or transphobic.”

Planned Parenthood also claims the status as the single largest provider of sex education in the United States, “reaching 1.2 million people with education and outreach each year.”

Much of this education is shared in classrooms, through an online learning platform, and on social media, beyond the eyes and ears of parents.

They proudly share their latest outreach is to bring sex education to those in foster care and criminal justice facilities.

As part of their “accepting and edgy” sex ed mission, Planned Parenthood chapters were involved in creating a K-12 curriculum teaching sex educators to avoid instructing kids not to engage in casual sex which of course encouraged casual sex and ironically called to remove women from conversations about teen pregnancy.

The guide claims inclusivity of gender and body diversity and states that some people’s genders are non-binary, and they may not identify as male or female.

Venturing far from their initial focus of “planning parenthood,” social media posts use slang and immature language to communicate sexual topics.

Planned Parenthood often shares posts which discourage sexual boundaries and promote BDSM and kink.

A tweet dated July 11, 2023, states, “Don’t yuck someone else’s yum – everyone deserves the freedom to explore their own sexuality free of shame and stigma. Stop kink shaming.” The graphic contains sketches of sadomasochistic whips and paddles.

Written by: Christa Brown
Image by Alexander Guy/ Unsplash

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