"I would say anything within the sexual world is normal as long as it's consensual." This is the advice of a Planned Parenthood employee. In the fourth shocking video from the pro-life group Live Action's under cover investigation, "SexEd: Planned Parenthood's Dangerous Sex Advice for Kids," another clinic is exposed promoting bondage and submission, sadism and masochism. Here's just a taste of the advice an employee at the Minneapolis-St. Paul facility gave to an under cover minor regarding her sexual adventures with her boyfriend:
"If he wants to try something that is physical, that is going to cause you harm or pain, and you're OK with that, that's a completely different thing that if he wants to try something to do that you're not OK with."
The employee admits this kind of bedroom behavior is "extreme" and "focused around pain," yet continues to offer the minor dangerous advice. "Fifty Shades of Grey," which by now appears to be Planned Parenthood's favorite book, is referenced by the employee for some examples:
"Items that are used in "Fifty Shades" would be things like whips and nipple clamps."
"Fifty Shades" can be considered inappropriate reading material for a fifteen-year-old, let alone something to be used as a practice manual.
Despite all of her questionable and unsafe guidance, the Planned Parenthood employee insists she is concerned about the young woman's safety. Videos like this, however, suggest otherwise.
Planned Parenthood gets over $500 million in taxpayer dollars every year. It needs to stop.
Not sure how to get involved or how to help expose Planned Parenthood? Take part in the #SexED Tweetfest Thursday from 12-6 p.m. Tweet using the hashtags #sexed and #nomeansno to reject the organization's agenda.
Yes, the language is graphic, but you have to watch the Planned Parenthood employee's entire encounter with the minor to believe it:
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