Ashley McGuire
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To every pro-life woman out there who pines for that little blue Tiffany & Co. box one day, think twice.

And just say no.

Whoever thought that accepting jewels from Tiffany’s would be somehow connected to the abortion industry? But who knew that Tiffany & Co. is on the list of Planned Parenthood’s corporate sponsors?

Tiffany and Co. should be the pro-life industry’s newest target. A big red bulls-eye on that little blue box.

After Lila Rose et al exposed yet another dark underbelly of the abortion machine, capturing staff members aiding and abetting staged pimps trafficking illegal sex slaves and advising a statutory rape victim how to have an abortion without alerting the authorities, pro-life outrage led to a House vote to defund Planned Parenthood. But it also elicited a war cry from the feminist front to keep the money lines open to Planned Parenthood under the guise of protecting women’s rights.

I ran into one of their militia members leaving Trader Joe’s just the other day, asking me if I had “a moment for women’s health?”

Why was this smiling young woman outside Trader Joe’s? Because that’s where Planned Parenthood’s clientele and supporters shop. Why would they be pitching Tiffany & Co. for donations? Because that’s where their clientele and supporters get their jewelry.

Planned Parenthood has been absolutely relentless in their marketing and development efforts, targeting groups and companies like Girls Scouts and Walt Disney for funding and ideological platforming. Last year for example, the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts hosted a panel in conjunction with the U.N. Commission on the Status of Women where Planned Parenthood was allowed to distribute brochures entitled “Happy, Healthy, and Hot,” encouraging girls to experiment sexually and casually and making sure young women know they are not required by law to tell their partner that they are HIV positive before having sex.

They are ruthless, they are everywhere, and they have marketing and fundraising down to an art. You literally cannot pdf a document without indirectly supporting Planned Parenthood. (Adobe funds Planned Parenthood.)

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Ashley McGuire

Ashley E. McGuire blogs about faith, feminism, and politics at www.rogueinrouge.com.