(Dmytro “Henry” Aleksandrov, Headline USA) Planned Parenthood — the infamous slaughterhouse of unborn babies — launched an ad on Thursday with an image on a billboard stating that “Virginity is a social construct” in a move to get rid of “outdated” and “patriarchal” ideas.
PP didn’t stop their efforts to groom minors with a tweet and a billboard. The organization also wrote an article addressing the topic on its website.
“Bottom line: the definition of virginity is complicated, and it’s really up to you to decide what you believe,” PP wrote.
“Stressing about whether you’re a virgin is way less important than how you feel about your sexual experiences.”
People on Twitter responded to grooming from PP in the comments under the tweet.
“Promoting promiscuity to make money off abortion, sick,” one Twitter user wrote.
Gays Against Groomers also criticized the tweet.
“Money running dry? Need some new customers? Stop sexualizing children, you sick groomers!” the organization wrote.
Another homosexual and a Republican, Matt Antar, agreed.
“Funny how an organization named ‘planned parenthood’ (presumably to advocate for people to only become a parent when they plan for it) would tweet something that seems to suggest that abstaining from sex comes from a ‘patriarchal way of thinking that hurts everyone,'” he wrote.
Others pointed out that the phrase “virginity is a social construct” could come out of a mouth of a rapist right before one “violate[s] and traumatize[s] [one’s] victims for the rest of their lives.”
Tim Young, the editor of National Mouth, translated the phrase from Woke to English.
“Translation: Morality costs us business,” he wrote.
Predictably, after facing a backlash, PP restricted the comment section under the tweet, allowing only its pro-abortion subscribers to comment on the post.
This is not the first time that PP tried to groom minors. Previously, the organization ran a youth club that promoted “National Masturbation Month.” Additionally, Executive Director of Planned Parenthood’s Center for Sex Education Bill Taverner said in the past that all people are sexual beginning at birth.