Promoting risky sexual behavior in children
Planned Parenthood says they teach young people to take sex seriously, yet they promote a casual attitude toward sex – starting with kindergarten-aged children. For older kids, they hand out condoms packaged to look like candy and even built a website where college students can brag about where and when they had sex.
"Sexuality education must be a fundamental part of the school curricula from kindergarten through twelfth grade in every school district in the country ... Easier access to contraception must be another priority access without any barriers."
Former Planned Parenthood Federation of America President Faye Wattleton
See the Proof
How does Planned Parenthood turn children into clients?
A response from Abby Johnson, former Planned Parenthood Director.
Planned Parenthood is the nation’s largest provider of sex education. It uses your money to create explicit materials that promote sex to create new, younger “customers.”
What We're Doing About It
Alliance Defending Freedom is actively protecting your children. We are fighting to stop Planned Parenthood from committing abortions on minors and removing Planned Parenthood's explicit materials out of our kids' schools.
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