Parenthood has resorted to common corporate tactics in an effort to get
young people to encourage their peers to voluntarily become the
pro-abortion group’s new victims,” says LDI president Douglas Scott.
“This incentive is clearly aimed at young people.”
announcing another Planned Parenthood program, called “Tell-A-Friend,”
includes the image of a teenage girl whispering into the ear of another
teenage girl: “Get free movie tickets? Yes, when you tell a friend
about Planned Parenthood.”
Teens are told
to obtain a Tell-A-Friend card at a local Planned Parenthood office or
to download one from the agency’s website.
Tell-A-Friend cards to any friends who don’t go to Planned Parenthood,”
the details state. “When they come in for an appointment--and turn in
your [Tell-A-Friend] card--we will mail you two FREE movie passes, and
your friend will receive $10.00 off their visit.” The movie tickets are
redeemable at any United Artist theater.
The card states
that to be eligible for the free movie tickets the teen referral(s)
must be new to Planned Parenthood or they must not have used its
“services” for at least two years. PPGG lists its “services” on the
card: birth control, annual exams, pregnancy testing, STI [sexually
transmitted infection] testing & treatment, HIV testing, and
LDI is currently
investigating to determine if United Artists donated the tickets to
Planned Parenthood or if they were purchased by the group.
who makes an appointment at one of the eight facilities run by Planned
Parenthood Golden Gate (PPGG) before April 30 can enter to win an iPod.
This is just one of the schemes the abortion agency has organized to
try to lure teens into its San Francisco clinics, reports the group,
Life Decisions International.