Planned Parenthood Sex Ed Website Now Takes Teens to Porn Site
Lifenews.com | September 3, 2014
The main web site behind Planned Parenthood’s attempt to lure students with a sex educational campaign that leads to abortion now points those teenagers to a web site promoting pornography.
The pro-life group Iowa Right to Life discovered the change and how the Planned Parenthood Teenwire web site — which is linked to by thousands of web sites across the country and whose URL is printed on sex ed literature distributed in schools nationwide — now points to a porn site.
“Over the holiday weekend, we became aware of a new danger for Iowa children and teenagers,” Iowa Right to Life told LifeNews. “Planned Parenthood’s former URL, teenwire (dot) com, is now occupied by a pornographer advertising teen escorts, online sex and other bad content.”
In fact the former Planned Parenthood sex education web site now depicts scantily clad women and it links to web sites such as “100 Free Sex Dating Sites,” “Adult Asian Dating,” and “Live Sex Cams.”
That concerns Iowa Right to Life officials, who say school students throughout the state are being exposed to Teenwire by virtue of official sex education materials that still bear the web site’s URL. The pro-life group has contacted school administrators and is now trying to get parents and pro-life advocates to speak up.
“School districts throughout Iowa and beyond that are using any sex ed materials with content from Planned Parenthood or the Guttmacher Institute may still be sending kids to this website,” it said. “Earlier today, we sent a message to every school district regarding this urgent matter.”
“Now we desperately need your help,” the group adds. “Whether you have children or grandchildren in an Iowa school or you’re a concerned citizen, please contact your local school administrators today. Tell them it is imperative that they get these materials out of the hands of our students! Our children simply cannot be lured into dangerous situations that they will surely encounter by visiting this website.”