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Family Watch’s Slater: Planned Parenthood Makes ‘Lots of Money Off of Sexualizing Children’

By Michael W. Chapman | April 12, 2016 | 5:55pm EDT

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President Sharon Slater. (Screenshot)

Planned Parenthood, in addition to its abortion business, makes “lots of money off of sexualizing children” through its sexuality education programs in the schools, which can encourage kids “to engage in sexuality activity” and then become long-term customers of Planned Parenthood’s products and services, said Family Watch International President Sharon Slater. 

There is an “intentional, targeted effort to get your children and change the way they think about sexuality,” said Slater, “because if they can recruit children into this worldview and this sexual ideology, then they’ll have the future.”

Slater, whose non-profit group promotes the family, marriage, education, and parental rights at the U.N., made her remarks during a radio interview on the Drew Mariani Show broadcast on Relevant Radio. 

“You know, most people are aware that Planned Parenthood is promoting abortion, is the biggest abortion provider, there’s been hearings on Capitol Hill about them selling body parts of aborted babies,” Slater told host Mariani on March 29.

“But what most people don’t know is that Planned Parenthood is also the largest provider of comprehensive sexuality education in the United States,” she said.

“And what this means is that a business that makes money off of sexualizing children — because if they can sexualize children through the school system with their programs, they can provide them with sexual counseling, condoms, abortions, contraception, STD treatment, HIV treatment, etc., etc. — they’re making lots of money off of sexualizing children,” said Slater.

“So, they’re getting it into the classroom all across the United States and in countries all around the world,” she said.  “Because you also have international Planned Parenthood that has 65,000 service points in 170 countries, with its radical sexuality education that is designed to sexualize children and change all the gender and sexual norms of society.”

Mariani then interjected, “You know it’s effective when you have a five-year-old being taught what adults do. That’s deviant – way, way too young. There is a period of latency with children when they’re developing. And, of course, you can really change the direction of a child, and their own appetites and things along those lines at that age.”       

Later in the interview, Slater said, “What most people don’t understand is that there is an intentional, targeted effort to get to your children and change the way they think about sexuality, to encourage them to engage in sexual activity, whether it be heterosexual or homosexual or self-stimulation.”

“Because if they can recruit children into this worldview and this sexual ideology,” she said, “then they’ll have the future, if they can train up the next generation in all these radical ideas. And that’s what they’re after.”

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