What would a cashier say if an older male customer told her he wants to buy the contraceptive Plan B pill for a 15-year-old girl who doesn’t want to take it?
Answer: “Nobody’s gonna know.”
Students for Life of America has just released a video entitled “Expose Plan B, Part Two” in which two actors, playing an older man and a female minor, shop for the dangerous contraceptive. In the clip, the actor walks into drugstores like CVS and Rite-Aid and asks the employees questions like, “Does it dissolve?,” “Is there a way to make sure she takes it?,” “My girlfriend, she’s 15, I’m older, I’m 33, so I don’t want her parents to know about this, so I’m not gonna get carded, right?”
Despite the man’s obviously sinister intentions, the employees allow and even encourage him to purchase the pills.
Katie warned about the dangers of making Plan B available to young girls without any parental consent back in April and, after Students for Life released their first “Expose Plan B” video, Christine lamented how the pill was easier to acquire than cold medicine.
Covering up statutory rape is not an uncommon practice for Planned Parenthood, who some claim do so with profits in mind. In June, Project Defending Life released audio of an undercover phone call that caught Planned Parenthood of New Mexico assuring a 14-year-old girl she could abort her pregnancy with her 21-year-old boyfriend. This is just one example of the pro-abortion organization failing to report sexual abuse in its pursuit of abortion.
What will the next undercover investigation uncover? The fact minors can buy dangerous contraception easier than Sudafed should raise red flags with anyone. Parents deserve a roll in their children’s lives – especially when they are at risk of sexual exploitation. Let’s work to change these laws.
In the meantime, watch all four alarming minutes from the Students for Life investigation: