Planned Parenthood Schools Underage Girls In Violent Sex [VIDEO]

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Planned Parenthood staffers are using taxpayer money to instruct underage girls in dangerous and violent sex practices — including whipping, bondage and choking, according to a new video released by the anti-abortion group Live Action Tuesday.

The uncensored footage obtained by The Daily Caller shows staffers telling investigators posing as underage girls to experiment with violent sex play in response to generic questions about sex.

Staffers at two clinics in Colorado explain to the investigators that a variety of painful sex acts — including biting, chaining, gagging, whipping, choking, using nipple clamps, and more — are completely safe and normal so long as they have “open communication” with their partners.

This makes them more radical than many in the BDSM community. “I don’t think breath play is ever safe,” said Phil Derby, owner of the San Francisco Citadel Club (“San Francisco’s Premier Dungeon Space”). “We don’t allow it.”


In February of this year, a 16-year-old girl in Arizona was charged with second-degree murder after she strangled her boyfriend during “rough, consensual sex.” The girl maintains that he didn’t use the “safety word” — a designated word said during violent sex to get the other partner to stop — and so she strangled him to death without realizing it. The girl is being tried as an adult, despite the fact that the age of consent in Arizona is 18.

“Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains is already bragging about receiving Obamacare grants specifically for sex education,” said Live Action’s president, Lila Rose. “Here’s an abortion corporation, which gets 45 percent of its budget from the taxpayers, telling 15- and 16-year-olds not only to have sex, but also to choke each other in the process. Police should be busting down its door.” (RELATED: Had A Lot Of Abortions? Planned Parenthood Is Giving Out Awards)

Sex can be “more of a combination between pleasure and pain. … It’s kind of whatever you guys want to try or are willing to experiment with,” explained one staffer at the Planned Parenthood Lakewood Health Center.

“So there’s, like, no wrong way to do it?” the investigator asked her, to which she replied with a firm “No.”

“So as long as it feels comfortable for both partners, it’s totally OK.”

The same staffer, who admitted that she refused to read the BDSM novel “50 Shades of Grey” because she found it “very anti-feminine” and “male-controlling,” nevertheless encouraged the investigator and her boyfriend to read it, “just to see if it’s something that you would be willing to do.”

Planned Parenthood of the Rocky Mountains did not respond to requests for comment.

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.”

A staffer at the Littleton Planned Parenthood, helping one investigator learn the skills necessary for a healthy relationship, explained that safe words are a good idea because words like “stop” can get “mixed up when you’re having intercourse. … Some guys, they don’t know, ‘does she really mean stop?'”

These aren’t isolated incidents — Live Action released a similar video in June showing similar “counseling” at a clinic in Indiana.

“The Planned Parenthood-approved advice of ‘do whatever you want, but just use a safe word’ glorifies kids acting out rape scenarios,” Rose said. “It’s extremely dangerous counseling: they’re undermining and invalidating the crucially important rule of no means no.”

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