For years, Planned Parenthood has been working to reach younger and younger audiences, expanding their influence and increasing their popularity.
They have now taken this to radical levels, creating videos aimed at 4 to 9-year-old children.
The abortion giant is working with AMAZE, a sexual education organization claiming to provide “More info. Less weird.” for young children and teens.
For several years, they have provided videos for educators in middle school and high school classrooms, as well as for parents to use with their middle and high school children. These videos have been very popular, with over 20 million views.
Now, they’ve taken it to a new level with their Amaze Jr. video series found on the Amaze.org website and on their YouTube channel of the same name. Their target audience for this series is children under 10 years of age.
Live Action says this about AMAZE:
One of the videos that LifeNews watched, “Help kids learn where babies come from,” seems innocent enough. It even is life-affirming, telling young children that a pregnancy means a woman is carrying a baby in her womb.
But the “Amaze” video series for children ages 10 and up clearly are agenda-driven, not factual. For example, the “So, You Think You’re Pregnant” video misinforms students about pro-life pregnancy centers. It urges them to avoid the non-profits and go to Planned Parenthood instead if they think they might be pregnant. It also portrays teen parenting in a negative light. While teen parenting certainly is difficult, the video fails to mention any negative consequences of abortion.
In the video “Where Do Babies Come From?” it tells students that a pregnancy does not begin until the “fertilized egg” implants in the uterus. This also is misleading because, biologically, human life begins at fertilization, not implantation.
The agenda becomes even more clear when you see the partners list. Among them are two of the largest abortion providers in the world, the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) and Marie Stopes International. The United Nations agency UNFPA, which has been accused of supporting coerced abortions and sterilizations in China, also is a partner.
This attempt by Planned Parenthood to infiltrate education is not new, as Planned Parenthood also has several sexual education curricula used in schools across the country.
They promote abortion, unsafe sex, sex with multiple partners, and withholding an HIV-positive result from a sexual partner. Because of the irresponsible sex they promote, they are increasing the number of young women who will come to them with unplanned pregnancies, who they can then sell their abortion “services” to or who may end up in other abortion clinics.
We need to fight Planned Parenthood—not only are they killing unborn babies, but they are grooming children to be future “customers,” and that just makes me sick.
But we also need to fight the rest of the abortion clinics in Indiana. Planned Parenthood isn't the only child killing center in the state, and despite 45 years of pro-life legislation, babies are still dying.
I will not accept the excuse “We are doing the best we can.”
We can do better.
We can stop the slaughter and save them all.
Passing the Protection at Conception bill in Indiana would remove abortion as an option for unplanned pregnancies and would shut down these death camps we call “clinics.”
Planned Parenthood promotes a culture of death and is now even pushing that agenda to young children. It’s time to change the law to protect all unborn babies at conception, teaching our children they are precious and worthy of our protection from their very beginning.
Hoosiers for Life
P.S. Planned Parenthood is pushing their pro-abortion agenda to even younger children, partnering with AMAZE to reach kids as young as 4 years old. It’s time to fight back and protect every unborn baby’s God given right to live.
You can help by forwarding your Protection of Life Petition to five or more of your friends to sign.
Then, I hope you’ll chip in $10 or $5 to help Hoosiers for Life spread the word about the Protection at Conception bill.
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