A Planned Parenthood chapter in Arizona has released a video of a song called "Twelve Days of Contraceptives," a parody of the traditional Christmas carol that graphically lists the kinds of birth control prevention one's "true love" must give one this holiday season.
In the video, placed on YouTube on Monday
, staffers for Planned Parenthood Arizona can be heard -- but not seen -- warbling along to their song. A note with the video, which until Tuesday morning had fewer than 1,000 views, says the song "was written by staff and performed by volunteers."
"Planned Parenthood Arizona wants to wish everyone happy holidays and a wonderful 2014," the note also says. "We hope you will enjoy this original song written by staff and performed by volunteers. And, if you want to know more about the different types of birth control mentioned in the song, visit www.ppaz.org."
"Leave it to Planned Parenthood to come up with a way to bastardize Christmas," says LifeNews.com. "The only thing worse than the content of the song is the pitifully poor singing by the abortion clinic staffers."
True, the song doesn't directly mention the word "abortion" as one of the 12 contraceptive measures one's true love will bring, but many pro-life advocates consider the Plan B "morning-after" pill a form of abortion.
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