"According to [a Planned Parenthood survey] teens who have taken comprehensive sex education courses have a fifty percent higher rate of sexual activity than their unenlightened peers." (Grand Illusions, p. 32)
"If you're not supposed to go after a girl for sex, what are you supposed to do?" (The Problem with Puberty Planned Parenthood Education, cited in Women Exploited, p. 26)
"There are only two basic kinds of sex: sex with victims and sex without. Sex with victims is always wrong. Sex without victims is always right...One way to avoid having victims is, of course, to have sexual relationships only with your friends." (You've Changed the Combination, p. 10-12, Rocky Mountain Planned Parenthood quoted in the The Myth of Separation, p. 70, also Grand Illusions, p. 111, Understanding the Times, p. 211)
"Sex is fun and joyful, and courting is fun and joyful, and it comes in all types and styles, all of which are OK. Do what gives pleasure and ask for what gives pleasure. Don't rob yourself of joy by focusing in old-fashioned ideas about whats "normal or "nice". Just communicate and enjoy." (The Great Orgasm Robbery Planned Parenthood publication, cited in Women Exploited, p. 26)
"A popular [Planned Parenthood] sex instructional program for junior high school students, aged 13 and 14, shows film strips of four naked couples, two homosexual and two heterosexual, performing a variety of sexually explicit acts, and teachers are warned with a cautionary note from the sex educators not to show the material to parents or friends: Many of the materials of this program itself can evoke understanding and difficulties." (The Vision of the Anointed, p. 20)
Books by Wardell B. Pomeroy, Ph.D., and recommended by Planned Parenthood for sex education:
Boys and Sex:
"More and more people are coming to understand that having sex is a joyful and enriching experience at any age." (p. 2)
"Playing with girls sexually before adolescence...increases the chances for a satisfactory sex life when a boy grows up." (p. 38)
"Premarital intercourse among adolescents is often helpful in later life because it's easier to learn things in our earlier years." (p. 118)
"When people want to get close to each other, intercourse is the closes they can get." (p. 129)
Girls and Sex:
"Girls understand now that they are far more likely to make good social and sexual adjustments to life if they learn to be warm, open responsive, and sexually unafraid. They're learning to be sexual partners of men. (p. 10-11)
"Everyone's agreed...that teenage sex should be a learning experience." (p. 15)
"Sex play with boys...can be exciting, pleasurable, and even worthwhile...it will help later sexual adjustment." (p. 48)
"For those who plan on marriage eventually, early intercourse can also be a training ground." (p. 95)
"Another reason for intercourse is the fact that...it's a means of learning how to live with people." (p. 96)
Books quoted in The Myth of Separation , p. 69-70
"One text [Boys and Sex]...basically provides a how to description for male sexual conquest. A lengthy paragraph is provided describing fondling and sucking breasts, touching of the genitals...etc. Then Pomeroy writes, "Some girls may draw the line at one point or another in the progression I've described, but most people engage in all of this behavior before marriage." Finally he states, "Consequently, petting is fun...for both boys and girls..." (Children at Risk, p. 47-48)
"In...Girls and Sex, Pomeroy lists "reasons why a girl might think favorably of having intercourse for the first time." What follows is a...rationale for going all the way. It is addressed exclusively to young girls and points out how much fun sex is, how helpful premarital intercourse is in preparing for marriage, ("there are many girls who regret after marriage that they didn't have marital intercourse") and how much faster one learns when young...Girls and Sex actually encourages girls who sleep at a female friend's house to stimulate each other to orgasm..." (Children at Risk, p. 48)
"Over the years [Planned Parenthood] has proposed that authorities implement such things as compulsory abortion for out-of-wedlock pregnancies, federal entitlement payments to encourage abortion, compulsory sterilization for those who have already had two children, and tax penalties for existing large families." (Immaculate Deception)
"Birth control appeals to the advanced radical because it is calculated to undermine the authority of the Christian churches. I look forward to seeing humanity free some someday of the tyranny of Christianity." (Margaret Sanger, cited in Immaculate Deception)
"Planned Parenthood's educational materials are uniformly brazen and perverse. They are frequently accentuated with crudely and nudity. They openly endorse aberrant behavior, including homosexuality, bisexuality, incest, and even bestiality. Then they describe that behavior in excruciating detail." (Immaculate Deception)
Planned Parenthood Pamphlet for teens: "Sex is too important to glop up with sentiment. If you feel sexy, for heaven's sake, admit it to yourself. If the feeling and the tension bother you, you can masturbate."
Mary Calderone, former PP medical director, stated, "Curricula need to first, separate kids from their parents; second, establish a new sexual identity for them; third, help them to determine new value systems; and finally, help them confirm vocational decisions."
"In 1970, fewer than half of the nation's school districts offered sex education curricula and none had school-based birth control clinics. In 1998, more than seventy-five percent of the districts teach sex education and there are more than one hundred clinics in operation. Yet the percentage of illegitimate births has only increased during that time, from a mere fifteen percent to an astonishing fifty-one percent."http://blumenfeld.campconstitution.net/Articles/Sex%20Education%20and%20How%20It%20Got%20Into%20the%20Schools.pdf)
According to a Harris poll, the only things that effectively impact teen pregnancy are frequent church attendance and parental oversight.
Planned Parenthood is the world's number one abortion provider.
Economist and social analyst Jacqueline Kasun says, "The objectionable feature of these programs now being promoted by Planned Parenthood is not that they teach sex, but that they do it so badly, replacing good biological education with ten to twelve years of compulsory consciousness raising and psycho-sexual therapy, and using the public schools to advance their own peculiar worldview."
Planned Parenthood-style sex-ed across the country has coincided with an unprecedented increase in teen promiscuity.