Adult women posing as 15-year-old teenagers for the pro-life group Live Action went to Planned Parenthood clinics in several cities and received advice about how to engage in sadomasochistic sexual activity, Lila Rose of the pro-life group Live Action says on Newsmax TV
"These undercover tapes, there's four of them now showing Planned Parenthood sex counseling that's tax-funded," Rose told J.D. Hayworth, John Bachman, and Francesca Page on "America's Forum" Thursday.
It is "irresponsible and outright dangerous," Rose said.
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The president of Live Action explains that the undercover women received advice on "sex shops and, most disturbingly, violence — sadomasochistic sexual activity, so whipping, asphyxiation, choking, cutting — very disturbing for anybody who cares about the well-being of kids."
However, Rose explains that this isn't "just what we find in the clinics," but that Planned Parenthood includes such advice on its "website programming" that includes "videos that they have on their YouTube channels and workshops that they have set up to teach educators to then educate teens, promoting BDSM, or bondage and domination, sadomasochism."
Live Action has put together videos taken from two Planned Parenthood clinics in Colorado, one in Indiana, and one in Oregon, as part of the pro-life group's video series
called "SexEd: Planned Parenthood's Dangerous Sex Advice for Kids."
All the videos include a young adult posing as a 15-year-old girl at various Planned Parenthood clinics asking the counselors for sex advice.
In the three main videos posted on the website, all of the counselors give advice about different types of BDSM sex.
"These workers are tax-funded, interacting with who they think are minor girls and recommending sex shops, porn websites, and, most disturbingly, this violent sexual activity with partners," Rose explained.
"That's where everybody can agree no matter what their positions are politically or even different agreements about social issues," she added.
"This is irresponsible and outright dangerous for teens," the president of Live Action said.
"All parents would be very disturbed and troubled by" the advice received, and "and health professionals have no business pushing [these ideas] on teens, and that's the real issue here."
The other aspect that makes this sex advice so disturbing, Rose said, is that "Planned Parenthood is receiving over half of a billion dollars" from the federal government.
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