Planned Parenthood's first basic philosophy--uninhibited sex
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Planned Parenthood’s founder brought to the organization three basic philosophies that still permeate its operations to this day. Those philosophies were uninhibited sexual activity, small family size, and eugenics. Today, we will look at the first of these philosophies.

Planned Parenthood has always been a champion of uninhibited sexual activity. It not only fights for the right of individuals to have sex with whomever they want and whenever they want, PP actually encourages young people to get involved in sexual activities.

A review of Planned Parenthood’s website illustrates just how important it is to Planned Parenthood that kids have sex. In studying Planned Parenthoods operation, it becomes obvious that PP pushes a “gateway drug” that is the equivalent of marijuana use among teens. In the case of Planned Parenthood’s efforts to get teens “hooked on sex,” the marijuana equivalent is solo sex (masturbation).

Despite the fact that solo sex is condemned by the Catholic Church and several other Christian religions, Planned Parenthood Federation of America’s website contains a 13-page White Paper touting all the supposed “good” that comes from engaging in solo sex. According to Planned Parenthood, solo sex “can promote physical, mental, and sexual health.”

The White Paper even claims that solo sex begins in infancy and continues throughout a person’s life. It then blames parents and religious beliefs for making children and adults feel guilty. The clear meaning of the paper is to introduce and reinforce the notion that solo sex is a good thing. Never mind that it is proclaimed as a mortal sin by many religions.

This focus on solo sex is seen by Planned Parenthood as being necessary to sell the idea that sexual activity between unmarried teens and adults is supposedly a positive thing. In fact, the push for living out sexual fantasies is prevalent in Planned Parenthood comprehensive sexuality “education” programs. From its introduction of sex ed to America in the late 1940s, Planned Parenthood specifically decided its programs were not going to be about teaching children to save sex for marriage.  Instead, it designed the programs to teach children how to obtain sexual satisfaction before marriage.

While many people hold these same ideas, the difference with Planned Parenthood is that it found a way to not only push its core philosophy, but it also found a way to make money from it. Planned Parenthood makes hundreds of millions of dollars a year from the sale of various forms of birth control. It even created its own company, Afaxys, to manufacture many of the products it sells so it could profit from the entire supply chain.

Many pro-lifers are rightly upset at Planned Parenthood for running the largest abortion chain in the nation and killing over eight million babies in its own facilities. But all that didn’t happen by accident. It is a natural outcome of Planned Parenthood pushing its philosophy of uninhibited sex. It leads children into lives of sexual sin and puts their immortal souls in danger of spending eternity in Hell. If we are going to win the battle against Planned Parenthood, we must actively oppose all its efforts—not just its abortion business.