Serious Smut


Hard to believe we’re living in the 21st Century, ain’t it?

Just what you want to hear: Planned Parenthood works around the clock to hook your kids on sex

Recently, American Life League came out with a six-minute exposé of Planned Parenthood that was so appalling that I would have had a hard time believing it was true had it not been about Planned Parenthood. The video included clips and images from PP educational materials — cartoons and the like — and the gist of the clips was that teens should learn to pleasure themselves and each other as soon as possible.

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The point of the ALL’s video was simple: Planned Parenthood has a vested interest in hooking the next generation on sex. They’re in the abortion business. They depend upon unwanted pregnancies to stay in business. They know no unwanted pregnancy occurs without sex, so they encourage sex — albeit “safe” sex.


My personal experience is that you don’t need to teach kids about sex – they’ll discover it on their own. But if you want to avoid things like teen pregnancy, STD’s along with massive amounts of guilt, shame and embarrassment, you DO need to teach kids about sex.

BTW – When you try to repress the normal human sex drive, it pops out anyway but in perverted ways – like pedophile priests, bestiality and rape.


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18 Responses to Serious Smut

  1. crawdad says:

    I didn’t know Planned Parenthood made porn. I got my sex education from my step-dad’s Playboys.

  2. myiq2xu says:

    Somewhere in the future our descendants will be laughing at this stuff they way we laugh at Reefer Madness and 1950’s health films.

  3. Uppity Woman says:

    People have managed to learn about sex without public school instruction for centuries. I probably wouldn’t even mind if the schools weren’t so often dumbed down with respect to silly things like reading and writing and math. Far as I know, the vast majority of my friends in school didn’t grow up feeling repressed, not knowing what to do or lurking in dark allies in pursuit of a perversion. Sex education was not taught in schools. We were, however, expected to be able to write a cogent paragraph before graduating, and far more than that was expected if we were to go on to college. There were no ‘remedial’ college classes then either. I just think we need more of what education was initially intended to do and less of those interventions that were once parental responsibilities.

    STDs have always been around too, it’s just that my generation didn’t usually die from the ones that were around. You would think that the STDs today would be enough to scare the crap out of young people so that they wouldn’t be copulating at age 14, but hey, what do I know. When I was 14, I didn’t have a clue how to do such a thing. I wasn’t supposed to know, I don’t think. maybe if somebody taught me at 14, I might see it as the go ahead to give it a spin. Would that have been a good thing?

    • myiq2xu says:

      The teen birth rate in the US peaked in 1958

      Click to access TBR_1940-2006.pdf

      • Uppity Woman says:

        That’s a bit before my reproductive time. But in the 50s, people really WERE repressed. And getting married very young was just dandy with everybody. And birth control options consisted of condoms. Either the guy brought one or he didn’t. I just think if you teach someone something, they are apt to learn it. I just think we ought to teach them to read instead of have sex. Like I said, if you taught me as a teen I might have given it a go. Sex is treated very casually these days by literal children. There has to be a reason for that.

    • votermom says:

      Uppity, I love you.
      Sometimes each generation gets caught up in the idea that they know so much better than the thousands of generations that came before them.

    • JeanLouise says:

      Sex education is not teaching kids how to have sex. We have television, books and movies for that. What sex education teaches kids is how to have sex without getting pregnant, chlamydia or HIV. I don’t think that teens should have sex and I support giving them every reason not to but more than a few are not going to listen. They need to know how to protect themselves.

  4. HELENK says:

    this is kind of a WELL DUH

    http://hotair.com/archives/2012/02/16/you-mean-its-not-possible-to-provide-contraception-insurance-at-no-cost-to-anybody/

    I was told that I just did not understand when I said there was no such thing as free lunch somebody always paid.
    I was told the the insurance companies saved money by giving free contraception supplies.
    I have never seen a real unicorn, so i do not believe

  5. Three Wickets says:

    Sex in America. What does Dan Savage have to say, since he’s become the nation’s go-to authority on the subject. He could be our Secretary of Sex.

  6. 1539days says:

    Actually, it’s like your next post. PP isn’t teaching high schoolers to have sex, it’s making them better consumers. Too bad they’re generally bad about using contraception.

  7. votermom says:

    Ok. I agree with the idea that kids should learn about their bodies without shame.
    Then I watched the video, and I have to agree with Hot Air’s Tina Korber:

    But pamphlets, coloring books, mascots, banners, outrageously-shaped lollipops … These aren’t the hallmarks of education. They’re the hallmarks of marketing.

    My feeling is that ALL has a point – PP is participating in the commoditization of sex and the objectification of girls and boys. As if we don’t get enough of that from Hollywood.
    On the one side we have religious burka equivalents and on the other side we are all made into pole dancers. A pox on both their houses.

    • votermom says:

      This comment on the hot air article also makes great points

      http://hotair.com/archives/2012/02/16/just-what-you-want-to-hear-planned-parenthood-works-around-the-clock-to-hook-your-kids-on-sex/comment-page-2/#comment-5487877

      After watching the video, I think I can see a few underlying themes.

      1) Sex isn’t just fun, it’s inconsequential. The exclusion of any serious treatment of the subject is apparently meant to convey the idea that it’s entirely recreational. The most serious risk, in fact, is not having sex.

      2) Unlike sex, sexual identity is very serious business. The sexual impulse is integral to an individual’s identity, so much so that it defines who one is. It is immutable, and one of the primary tasks of adolescents is sexual experimentation in order to “discover” one’s correct sexual orientation.

      3) Biology is the sum of all meaning. There is no higher meaning to sex, no symbolic content, and no real value beyond physical pleasure. In fact, it’s a joke, a cartoonish joke perpetrated by one’s own (disembodied, and hence autonomous) genitalia. Taking it seriously constitutes a failure to “get” the joke, making one an uninitiated rube.

      In short, all the most important marketing buttons are being pushed. The product is safe. It is also something that shouldn’t and cannot be ignored. Everyone needs the product. There is no escape. Yet, paradoxically (and this really underscores the cognitive dissonance of Planned Parenthood et al.’s philosophy of sex), the product itself is sufficient reason to purchase it; it is a self-evident, self-contained good.

      Basically, you’re being given a “hard sell.” Everyone knows you should buy this product. Everyone is buying this product. People who don’t see the need to buy it are stupid. You aren’t stupid, are you???

      Nom de Boom on February 16, 2012 at 10:49 PM

    • yttik says:

      I hear you! Sex as consumerism has really gotten ridiculous. We are marketing it 24/7, billboards, advertising, TV. Sex has now become a commodity. Women and even young girls are being objectified until they are now the product that we are selling.

      I certainly don’t blame PP, they’re such a small drop in the bucket. But the constant images and idolization of people like Lady Gaga, Beyonce, Tots in Tiaras, the music, the culture, everything revolves around sex, until you finally get to the point where it is no longer about individual choice and desire, it’s now about responding to the marketing. Now we are all commodities.

  8. foxyladi14 says:

    exploiting the kids again.this is disgraceful. 👿

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