Thursday, November 1, 2012


The following is an email I got from Texas Conservative Skeet Workman:

From: Skeet Workman <>
Subject: Skeet - Planned Parenthood up to more no good!
Date: November 1, 2012 7:09:45 AM CDT
To: Skeet Workman <>, Undisclosed-recipients: <>;


Dear Friends,

Planned Parenthood is well known for performing abortions across the country, but now they are moving into promoting children's sexual rights. This organization is evil! If you give money to any group who supports them, you are promoting Planned Parenthood too. And don't forget to research your church denomination to be sure they don't send your tithe money to any group who is tied to PP. Check out the Cooperative Baptist Fellowship and the Baptist Joint Committee on Public Affairs. Do you remember how surprised we all were to find out that the Komen Foundation for the Cure were giving to PP?

Back in the l979 during Pres. Jimmy Carter's term, there was International Year of the Child promoted out of the White House. Christians were supporting this! The United Nations was very involved in this promotion. Marian Wright Edelman who is President of the Children's Defense Fund was a leader of the IYC. I attended one of their conferences in Austin
and I heard personally Ms Edelman's goals to give children sexual rights. They promoted A Children's Bill of Rights which ridiculed parental rights.

Nothing surprises me anymore. Check out organizations thoroughly before giving them your money.
International Year of the Child (from internet)
In 1976, during the thirty-first session of the United Nations General Assembly, 1979 was proclaimed as the International Year of the Child (IYC). Countries around the world were encouraged to set aside this period of time to focus attention on the 1.5 billion children who then populated the Earth. The United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) directed the IYC, which was headed by Estefania Aldaba-Lim, of the Philippines. A total of 151 nations took part in IYC.

In the United States, President Jimmy Carter signed an executive order creating a National Commission for the International Year of the Child, and named Jean Childs Young, wife of then-UN Ambassador Andrew Young, as its chairman. The Commission, comprising private citizens and members of Congress, encouraged all Americans to develop a new level of awareness of the special needs of children growing up in a complex, highly competitive society. To achieve this result the Commission promoted and coordinated the activities of federal government agencies and more than 400 national organizations. It also initiated and publicized specific activities and programs relating to the welfare of children through direct contact with governors, mayors, civic leaders, child advocacy groups, heads of national organizations and corporations, and children themselves in organizing their roles in the observance. Congress appropriated no funds for the Commission, so all activities were financed by local governments and/or private donors.

Now advocating 'removal' of laws allowing 'parental involvement' in decisions

Bob Unruh joined WND in 2006 after nearly three decades with the Associated Press, as well as several Upper Midwest newspapers, where he covered everything from legislative battles and sports to tornadoes and homicidal survivalists. He is also a photographer whose scenic work has been used commercially.

In a campaign disturbingly close to advocacy of child sex, the International Planned Parenthood Foundation, which advocates “sexual rights” for all, has created a “young people’s guide” in conjunction with its official declaration urging recognition of the “evolving capacities” for “sexual pleasure” in all children and young people.

The organization, headquartered in London, has posted online a document titled “Exclaim! Young People’s Guide to ‘Sexual Rights: An IPPF declaration,” which proclaims that “sexual rights” for youth must be guaranteed, so that “all young people around the world [will] be able to explore, experience and express their sexualities in healthy, positive, pleasurable and safe ways.”

Just as controversial, it also advances as a fundamental goal the “removal of parental involvement or spousal consent laws that prevent young people from seeking sexual and reproductive health services.”

Declaring that “All human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights,” the document adds, “Therefore, all young people should be able to exercise and fulfil (sic) their rights equally, including sexual rights. … Barriers must be removed so that everyone, especially marginalized and under-served groups, can enjoy all human rights.”

Skirting the universal concept of an age of consent, the organization instead cites the “evolving capacities” of children for sexual pleasure, deeming all youngsters’ “ability to make decisions about [their] sexuality and to have these decisions respected based on each young person’s evolving capacities.”

IPPF also contends that young people have a right to “meaningful participation in the planning, implementation and evaluation of all sexual health and rights services, programs and policies.”

Shockingly, it repeatedly advocates for sexual experiences for children: “All people under 18 years should enjoy the full range of human rights, including sexual rights. The importance and relevance of some rights change as a person transitions from infancy to childhood to adolescence. Therefore, the rights of children and youth must be approached in a progressive and dynamic way.”

The document, released in 2011, emphasizes that “sexuality and sexual pleasure are important parts of being human for everyone – no matter what age, no matter if you’re married or not and no matter if you want to have children or not.”

Governments, it demands, must “uphold all people’s sexual rights, including young people.”
“International treaties and conventions such as the [Convention on the Rights of the Child] and [Convention on the Elimination of all forms of Discrimination against Women] are legally binding human rights instruments. This makes them powerful advocacy tools to hold leaders accountable. Governments often fall short of fulfilling the commitments outlined in international treaties and agreements; however by signing or ratifying an agreement, they are legally bound to uphold these commitments. Therefore, advocates can use international agreements to hold governments to account.”

Would it surprise you to know an organization responsible for the abortion deaths of millions of babies fights dirty? Read “Planned Bullyhood: The Truth Behind the Headlines”.

The program also demands censorship of abstinence programs, advocating “bringing an end to abstinence-only sex education programs and promoting evidence informed approaches to comprehensive sexuality education.”

In a total denial of parental rights, minor children, according to the group, must grant permission before their personal information is “disclosed to parents.” In fact, children are entitled, says the IPPF, to “removal of laws that require parental, guardian or spousal involvement or consent for young people to access contraceptive services, safe abortion care, HIV and other STI testing or treatment, and any other sexual health service.”

It was reported recently that Planned Parenthood’s work in the United States included a link to an MTV program that focused on the word “slut.”

“Find a seat in the class and let Francisco school you with his lecture on slutty slander!” said the teaser above the video on Planned Parenthood’s Facebook page. “A lot of people define slut as someone who has too much sex or too many partners – but according to who? The slut fairy?”

In the U.S., Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest abortion provider, works closely with organizations such as Girl Scouts to “reach out” to youth. The full extent of that relationship has been profiled by WND.

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