Wednesday STOPP Report - October 20, 2021
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Planned Parenthood - 105 Years of Sex and Death - I

Part 1: The first 40 years

By Jim Sedlak

This special two-part series will briefly examine the impact of one of the deadliest and morally corrupt organizations in the United States. 

On October 20, 1916, Margaret Higgins, who dropped out of nursing school in White Plains, New York, to marry William Sanger, joined with two other women to open a birth control clinic in Brooklyn, New York. The clinic was quickly closed by local authorities, as it was breaking the law. That clinic was the first effort in what was to become the American Birth Control League in 1921. The ABCL became the American Birth Control Federation in 1939 and its name changed to Planned Parenthood Federation of America in 1942. Except for 10 years when it was known as Planned Parenthood–World Population, PPFA retains that name to this day.

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Planned Parenthood - 105 Years of Sex and Death - II

Part 2: The killing machine

By Jim Sedlak

In Part 1 of this series, we looked at the beginning of Planned Parenthood and its march toward getting its three basic philosophies—uninhibited sex, small family size, and eugenics—accepted as societal goals.

During the 1950s, it was successful in getting laws changed and winning not only public opinion but also the support of many in the medical profession to embrace its philosophies. It was ready to turn its attention to its goal of getting abortion accepted in America.

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Planned Parenthood's pill of death

No, we are not talking about the Abortion Pill. We are talking about the birth control pill.

The birth control pill—that thousands of teenagers take without giving it serious thought—can kill them. Those who are outside of Planned Parenthood talking with women and teens often hear, “Oh, I’m not here to get an abortion, I’m just coming for my birth control pills.”

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National network of fighters against Planned Parenthood

For over three decades, STOPP has been leading a behind-the-scenes effort to continually counter Planned Parenthood’s efforts across America. We call our effort the national network of fighters against Planned Parenthood. Today we are inviting everyone who is fighting Planned Parenthood to join with us in this fight.

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