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Planned Parenthood affiliate removes ‘lewd’ videos from web site

.- A series of “lewd” videos produced by the Columbia-Willamette, Oregon affiliate of Planned Parenthood has been taken down from the organization’s web site.

According to the American Life League (ALL), videos have been removed from the site “Take Care Down There,” which was marketed as sex education. The offensive videos included skits of two teen boys having oral sex, girls and boys examining each other’s reproductive organs, and couples talking about orgies and self-abuse.

In some videos, a middle-aged man “dressed something like Mr. Rogers” advises teens about sexually transmitted diseases as the teens depict suggested sex acts.

“Praise God!" said ALL president Judie Brown reacting to the news. "After months of pro-life outcry against this site, we can finally rest knowing this site will no longer threaten our kids. Planned Parenthood finally pushed the envelope past the point of tolerance.

“Every person concerned with the health and wellbeing of our children should have been outraged by this blatant attempt to sexualize kids. It appears the roar of just anger over this Planned Parenthood filth was so great, Planned Parenthood, the nation's largest abortion chain had to shut it down. This is truly a great day.”

Katie Walker from ALL told CNA that she had contacted the Columbia-Willamette Planned Parenthood affiliate but they would not tell her why the videos were removed. She said she assumed the removal of the videos was due to the strong response of the pro-life movement.


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