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Planned Parenthood Staffer Schools Underage Girl in BDSM [VIDEO]

A shocking new video released by Live Action on Wednesday morning shows a Planned Parenthood counselor encouraging a young girl to engage in violent sex acts, watch porn and hide her activities from her parents.

In the video, obtained first by The Daily Caller, an actress posing as a 15-year-old girl goes to the Midtown Planned Parenthood in Indianapolis, Indiana, for STD testing, after which she asks in a very general way whether she can talk to someone. The staffer, who had been processing her STD paperwork, agreed to answer her questions.

“I just have some questions about, like, sex, to be honest,” the investigator begins. She tells the staffer that her boyfriend had suggested “role play” to her, and asks whether that was normal.

The staffer reassures her that it is, and explains, “People dress up … cowboys and Indians type things. Or, a nurse, and he would be, like — a nurse, or you could be the maid, and he would be some rich guy, and dressed all fancy… You try to seduce him… Or, you could be a dom — a dominatrix-type person, where you dress in all leather, or something, with the whips and handcuffs.”

The complete, unedited footage, which TheDC was given access to, shows that the investigator had at no point prior to this mentioned BDSM or curiosity about dominatrices, whips and handcuffs or any of the other practices and “toys” the staffer goes on to suggest.

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The staffer also tells graphic stories about her own sex life, edited out of the publicly available video: “So, um, the handcuffs, like, could tie my hands back here [holds arms behind back], because I squirm a lot. So, where I put my hands here [moves arms down toward vagina], and, like, help, when my person, when my guy’s performing oral. So, if he doesn’t want that, he’ll tie my hands up back here, or tie them up here [moves arms above head].”

She says the investigator “needs to read” the graphic and violent book “Fifty Shades of Grey” to learn more, although confusingly also says, “I wouldn’t suggest any of that stuff.”

Many within the BDSM community feel that the book portrays and encourages unsafe practices, with some saying it’s more a story of outright abuse than BDSM.

The staffer also suggests anal sex (“anal is something you have to work on, ’cause it is kind of intense and painful… just use a lot of lube”); playing with food (“you could completely get undressed, and put whipped cream here and here [gestures to breasts and vagina] and just walk in to him”); getting an older friend to buy sex toys (“vibrators and butterflies… anal beads”) for her because she and her 17-year-old boyfriend are too young; and watching porn together with her boyfriend (“Google what is in your head and I’m sure people have already done it”).

Nearly half of Planned Parenthood’s revenue comes from taxpayer dollars — over $500 million last year — and it is set to receive more. The Personal Responsibility Education Program, funded under an Obamacare amendment to the Social Security Act, “is the first state-grant program from the federal government that funds comprehensive sex education,” according to Planned Parenthood’s website. “PREP provides $55 million for states to fund evidence-based sex education programs that meet the needs of our country’s young people by teaching teens how to prevent pregnancy and sexually transmitted infections, including HIV/AIDS, protect their health, make responsible decisions, and learn critical skills needed to form healthy relationships with parents, peers, and partners.”

When asked for comment, Phil Derby, owner of the San Francisco BDSM club Citadel, said simply, “I will not talk about anything sexual with anyone under 18. It’s the law.”

“The cavalier attitude that Planned Parenthood has regarding teen sex has hit a new low,” said Valerie Huber, president of the National Abstinence Education Association. “An organization that willingly counsels teens to engage in high risk behaviors as long as partners ‘consent,’ is not an organization that should be given access to teens in sex education classrooms across the nation.”

Planned Parenthood did not reply to requests for comment.

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