Stats and Analysis - Education
Keeping Planned Parenthood Out of Your Schools

Planned Parenthood has been involved in sexualizing our children with its sex education programs for many decades.

As we look at the numbers today, we see that 3.2 MILLION teenage girls between the ages of 14 and 19 have one or more of four different sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), despite millions of tax dollars given to "comprehensive sex education" by Planned Parenthood. We see the results: More and more teens are becoming pregnant, having abortions and getting STDs. Planned Parenthood continues to push its sex education propaganda while America suffers from it. Why? Money. Planned Parenthood is the nation’s largest abortion chain, and abortion brings in millions of dollars each year.

The materials below can be used in your efforts to educate school officials about the failure of Planned Parenthood’s sex education programs, and the financial gain that accrues to Planned Parenthood when its sex ed fails.

Total U.S. abortions versus abortions by Planned Parenthood Federation of America

Planned Parenthood increases its abortion numbers each year, even as the nationwide abortion rate drops. Abortion constitutes one-third of Planned Parenthood’s clinic income, which is its largest source of funding.

Planned Parenthood Federation of America annual clinic income versus abortion income

By looking at this graph you can see the increase of Planned Parenthood’s abortion income over the years. Abortion income (in blue) was calculated by using Planned Parenthood Federation of America’s annual reports and a survey of the average charge for abortion at Planned Parenthood locations for each year. In 2007, abortion was 37.2% of total clinic income.

Planned Parenthood’s Sex Education Evolution = The Destruction of America

1915: Margaret Sanger wrote What Every Boy and Girl Should Know, which advocated a clinical approach as compared to a moral subject. Thus, today we have what is known as "comprehensive sex education."

1916: Planned Parenthood begins, opening its first center in Brooklyn, operated by Margaret Sanger and her sister.

1933: Elise Ottesen-Jensen founded what is now known as the Swedish Association for Sexuality Education. She later became the founding member of the International Planned Parenthood Federation.

1938: Sweden dropped its ban against disseminating information on birth control.

1944: Sweden decriminalized homosexuality and, by 1955, sex education was compulsory in Swedish schools.

1946: Planned Parenthood adopted a resolution advocating sex education for the U.S. (Planned Parenthood saw Sweden as the testing ground for introducing sex education in the U.S.)

1964: SIECUS (Sex Information and Education Council of the United States) was founded at Indiana University’s Kinsey Institute. Dr. Mary Calderone was its first director. She also served as Planned Parenthood Federation of America’s medical director from 1953 to 1964.

1965: The U.S. Supreme Court decides Griswold v. Connecticut by overturning the law prohibiting the use of birth control, thereby decriminalizing poison in the form of the pill. (Estelle Griswold was the executive director of the Planned Parenthood League of Connecticut.)

1965: In 1965, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists (ACOG) issued a medical bulletin that "officially" changed the definition of conception from the union of sperm and egg to implantation: "Conception is the implantation of a fertilized ovum [egg]." Once that happened, it was easy for pill manufacturers and other organizations, such as Planned Parenthood, to cover up how the pill works and only mention that it "prevents pregnancy" when, in fact, women have become pregnant while being on the pill.

1966: The National Education Association passed its first resolution endorsing sex education and the U.S. Department of Health, Education and Welfare began to push for sex education in public school curricula starting at the lowest grades.

1967: The Pittsburgh chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People (NAACP) accuses Planned Parenthood of promoting birth control in minority neighborhoods in order to drastically reduce the black birth rate. The term "black genocide" thus comes into being.

1970: Federal funding for Planned Parenthood’s programs through the Title X program began.

1973: The U.S. Supreme Court decriminalizes abortion in Roe v. Wade, stating that a constitutional "right to privacy" exists that protects a woman’s decision to have an abortion. The Court permits states to outlaw abortions from viability until birth (third trimester) except when necessary to preserve the mother’s life or health.

1973: The U.S Supreme Court defines "health" (of the mother) in Doe v. Bolton decision to include all factors: physical, emotional, psychological, familial, as well as the woman’s age.

Mid-1970s: Sex education courses already widely implemented in America’s schools.

Today: Planned Parenthood continues to promote pornographic, obscene material to children in order to desensitize them into living promiscuous lives so it can produce more customers and make more money. Quick Examples: Planned Parenthood’s Teen Talk section on its own web site and the book It’s Perfectly Normal that Planned Parenthood endorses.

For more information on the timeline of Planned Parenthood’s sex education indoctrination, click here.