New "Hooking Kids on Sex II" video by A.L.L. reveals Planned Parenthood policy proposal also included forced abortions and China-style federal regulation of family size in U.S.A.
STAFFORD, Va., Feb. 28, 2012 /Standard Newswire/ -- After just four days on YouTube, "Hooking Kids on Sex" exceeded 200,000 views. Then, an ex-intern of Planned Parenthood got the white-hot investigative report by American Life League on Planned Parenthood sex education blocked by YouTube. Now, ALL has responded with "Hooked on Sex II." At four minutes in, the revised video reveals a 1969 Planned Parenthood internal document that proposes an official policy of "restructure the family," "forced abortions," "encourage increased homosexuality," and "avoid marriage."
"Even people who thought they knew better were shocked by how Planned Parenthood promotes sex to youngsters," said Paul Rondeau, executive director at American Life League. "Activists alleged that because Joe Camel was a cartoon character, he must be banned to protect kids from smoking. Today, Planned Parenthood cartoons outright tell children to have sex and show them how. These cartoons for ten-year-olds are so sexually explicit that YouTube restricted our first video about them to adult viewing only."
Both "Hooking Kids on Sex" I and II show that Planned Parenthood uses pornographic illustrations, contests, workshops, and even cartoons to encourage sexual activity at very early ages when sexual addiction can start. They also document "no pants sex parties" sponsored by Planned Parenthood with free sex kits and free sex toys for college students.
"Obamacare is structured to guarantee that Planned Parenthood will put this in K-12 schools," Rondeau continued. "So, of course, Planned Parenthood will now deny its strategy is to restructure the family by changing how children view sex."
ALL says the abortion giant used Faerman's claim as a ploy to disrupt the viral explosion of the ALL Report. The revised video is posted on private servers in addition to YouTube so that "Planned Parenthood cannot create disruptions with unsubstantiated claims." Further, ALL has engaged legal counsel and says the new video will not be taken down without a court order.
American Life League is the nation's oldest Catholic pro-life advocacy and education organization. For more information, please visit www.ALL.org or call 540-659-4171.