The Young & the Hot-Wired
Planned Parenthood Teaches Teenagers Perversity’s Best Techniques
by Dawn Eden
Readers are warned that this report includes quite graphic
language from Planned Parenthood’s website.
In January of this year, when a 16-year-old boy had been charged with a felony for killing his girlfriend’s unborn child by striking her stomach with a baseball bat, Planned Parenthood acknowledged that a tragedy had occurred. But the organization’s definition of tragedy was far different from that of prosecutors.
For Planned Parenthood, the tragedy was not that the unborn child was killed. It was that the abortion was done outside a doctor’s office, with all the legal and medical protections that such an environment provides. According to The Detroit News,
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