Repugnant sex ed funded with hundreds of millions, sex ed propaganda movie says no federal program exists
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Since Planned Parenthood regularly promotes itself with lies and obfuscation, it comes as no surprise that it continues to fabricate over-the-top claims. The latest whopper tied to Planned Parenthood regarding so-called comprehensive sex education is one that shatters the Pinocchio meter.

Slamming the education they received or did not receive regarding sex, matronly women, teens, and children are featured in the trailer for Sex(Ed) The Movie, complaining that they didn’t learn anything about sex from their parents or in school. The movie is debuting at several film festivals. Parents are presented as bumbling idiots—typical of the way Planned Parenthood presents them any time it portrays children asking parents about sex.

An older woman says, “I was given proper sex education for the times, to be the girl I was supposed to grow up to be. I was supposed to be split and repressed.” A teen chimes in, “There is such a shame attached with it that I didn’t even want to learn about it; I was so embarrassed.” Planned Parenthood typically refers to abstinence education as shaming.

But the topper comes when a woman wearing a clerical collar says in the movie promo—which lists Planned Parenthood of Greater Ohio as a community partner, “There’s never been a federal program to teach comprehensive sexuality education which deals with everything about our sexuality as a whole.”

Nothing could be further from the truth, of course. The Obama administration is channeling hundreds of millions of dollars to fund Planned Parenthood-style “evidence based comprehensive sex education.” At the same time, it has almost completely obliterated abstinence education funding.

Teen Pregnancy Prevention Initiative—Cash cow for repugnant comprehensive sex education: The Office of Adolescent Health Strategic Plan FY 2012-2015 details the astronomical amounts of funding being funneled into so-called evidence-based sex education.

The president’s budget for FY 2010 proposed a new TPP initiative to address the high teen pregnancy rates by replicating evidence-based models and testing innovative strategies. On December 16, 2009, the president signed the Consolidated Appropriations Act… [T]he Act provided $110,000,000 for making competitive contracts and grants to public and private entities to fund medically accurate and age appropriate programs that reduce teenage pregnancy and for the federal costs associated with administering and evaluating such contracts and grants.

Those who have examined individual programs carefully, like Hawaii State Representative Bob McDermott, unabashedly say that the programs are neither age appropriate nor medically accurate. The OAH strategic plan continues:

The statute stated that of the funds made available, “(a) not less than $75,000,000 shall be for funding the replication of programs that have been proven effective through rigorous evaluation to reduce teenage pregnancy, behavioral risk factors underlying teenage pregnancy, or other associated risk factors; and (b) not less than $25,000,000 shall be for funding for research and demonstration grants to develop, replicate, refine, and test additional models and innovative strategies for preventing teenage pregnancy. The remaining amounts are available for training and technical assistance, evaluation, outreach, and additional program support activities.” The Act also provided through Section 241 of the Public Health Service Act, funding to evaluate teen pregnancy prevention approaches. . . .

Subsequent appropriations for FY 2011…and FY 2012…provide continued level funding for the TPP program grants, with reduced levels for program support.

The strategic plan further reveals that in FY 2012, OAH administers a budget of approximately $140 million. Eighty-one percent of that $140 million supports “teen pregnancy prevention” programs promulgated and funded by DHS through its new Office of Adolescent Health as a part of Obamacare.

According to the OAH strategic plan, only nine of the 23 projects being funded under the TPP initiative are depicted as abstinence programs. Research conducted by STOPP and our colleagues into several of the so-called abstinence programs on the list reveal they do not teach abstinence from all sexual activity and, in fact, contain some of the most outrageous definitions we have seen. Read more on that research in an upcoming edition of the Wednesday STOPP Report.

In the end, the truth of the Planned Parenthood plan for students is revealed in the Sex(Ed) The Movie trailer. A teen boy says, “Yes, I do think there should be more sex in schools—more sex education in schools,” and walks away laughing.

Parents, on the other hand, are not laughing. When they find out what is in these programs, they are furious.

Planned Parenthood and its sex education that is being bolstered by hundreds of millions of our tax dollars are destroying our nation by attacking our youth at the very core of their being. But Planned Parenthood and its cohorts now want you to believe there is no funding for these programs.

For more information on how to get and keep Planned Parenthood and its outrageous sex classes out of your school, read Jim Sedlak’s Parent Power!! which can be downloaded free of charge at