April 5, 2010 by Stacy McDonald

How Planned Parenthood Defines “Sexual Rights”

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Planned Parenthood’s Declaration of Debauchery



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24 Responses to “How Planned Parenthood Defines “Sexual Rights””

  1. His workmanship says:

    Persecution I feel, is not too far away from America. Thank you Stacy for sharing.

  2. Tiffany says:

    Oh wow. Thanks for sharing.

    I am a fellow Raising Homemakers write – it is lovely to meet you and read your blog.

    I thought you might be interested in a new blog hop that I created. You can find it on my blog. Have a lovely Monday.

  3. Lindsey says:

    YUCK…need I say more? Thank you for bringing this to our attention.

  4. Persuaded says:

    Lord have mercy.

  5. Katy~The Country Blossom says:

    Oh my goodness! That is absolutely horrible! I posted the link to this video on twitter and on my facebook page so others can be made aware of this.

    I know some people have more liberal views than I do…however this is absolutely extreme and awful! :(

  6. Kate says:

    Wow! Bad! I'm sharing this with my Pastor.

  7. Librarian09 says:

    First, let me say that I am a virgin and I support and promote the idea that individuals should abstain from sexual activity until they are married.

    But I would like to respectfully ask if any of you have read this "declaration?" Please read it…if anything just to educate yourself about what is truly being said.

    While I do not agree with most of what Planned Parenthood stands for (especially when they deal in American politics and their stance on abortion), I do have to consider that they work with many MANY different cultures, nations, and social groups that do not subscribe to our morality, do not possess the same social structure as our nation, and definitely do not have the same health, justice and governmental (with all of its' flaws) that America does.

    Life and the world is much more complicated then we like to think. As Christians, we have to be "innocent" yes, but we also have to be as "wise as serpents." That means thinking outside the box and realizing that before we can even think of sharing the Good News we have to consider that others are completely different from us.

  8. Stacy McDonald says:

    Librarian said: "But I would like to respectfully ask if any of you have read this declaration? …before we can even think of sharing the Good News we have to consider that others are completely different from us."

    Thanks for writing, Librarian. This isn't an issue of forgetting we're not all going to agree on every jot and tittle of how and when (and to whom) sex education should be taught.

    This is a statement that claims everyone in the world should have the "right" to uninhibited sex – even to perverted sex acts. And this very powerful group claims that we should all agree that no consensual sexual expression is perverted; to disagree would mean that we are violating a sexual pervert's "rights" to sexual pleasure. And if we do that, we should be "held accountable." And, by the way, they want to teach this to your children without your consent. Here are a few examples from the brochure (I provided a link to the brochure at the end):

    “This framework of non-discrimination prohibits any distinction, exclusion or restriction on the basis of …gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, sexual
    history or behaviour, real or imputed,…health status, including HIV/AIDS…"

    "No woman shall be condemned to forced maternity as a result of having exercised her sexuality."

    (Translated: If a woman chooses to break God's law by fornicating, PP will help her to avoid the consequences (the unspeakable misery of motherhood) by murdering her child before he/she burdens her any further. "Forced maternity." Give me a break.)

    "All persons have the right to control the disclosure of information regarding their sexual choices, sexual history, sexual partners and behaviours and other matters related to sexuality."

    (So daycare workers, doctors, teachers etc. can hide their perversion if they want to. You shouldn't have the right to know if your child's pediatrician is a convicted pedophile; or, if your fiancé’ was actually born the same gender as you.)

    "No person shall be denied identity papers which indicate his/her gender or sex as reflecting the person’s self-defined gender identity, including but not limited to birth certificates, passports and electoral records."

    All persons have the right to exercise freedom of…expression regarding ideas on sexuality, sexual orientation, gender identity and sexual rights, without arbitrary intrusions or limitations based on dominant cultural beliefs or political ideology, or discriminatory notions of public order, public morality, public health or public security."

    (In other words public nudity and public sex acts would a "right!")

    CONTINUED IN THE NEXT COMMENT

  9. Stacy McDonald says:

    CONTINUED FROM PREVIOUS COMMENT

    "All persons have the right to explore their sexuality…free from fear, shame, guilt, false beliefs and other impediments to the free expression of their desires…"

    (Of course this includes all forms of sexual deviance.)

    "All persons have the right to education aimed at eradicating stigma and discrimination, promoting the development of young people as informed actors taking
    responsibility for their lives and empowering them to participate in determining policy regarding sexual health and sexuality education."

    "All persons shall…have access to non-traditional and traditional information in all mediums that enhances sexuality, sexual rights and sexual health; young people in particular shall have access to information on sexually and gender non-conforming lives and sexual relations."

    "All persons shall have access to community-, school-, and health service provider-based information regarding sexuality in understandable language, including information on the means to ensure sexual and reproductive health and decision-making on when, how, and with whom to have sex and when sexual behaviour will become reproductive." (This means your children should have access to birth control and abortion without parental consent – it's their "right.")

    "All persons have the right to… demand that those who are duty-bound to uphold sexual rights are fully accountable to them. This includes the ability to monitor the implementation of sexual rights and to access remedies for violations of sexual rights, including access to full redress through restitution, compensation, rehabilitation, satisfaction, guarantee of non-repetition and any other means."

    "All persons have the right to hold to account non-state actors [pastors, politicians, teachers, evangelists, authors, newspapers, etc.] whose actions or omissions impact upon their enjoyment of sexual rights. This includes the ability to seek remedies and redress for any violations of sexual rights."

    And who are those "non state" actors?"

    "Other actors in civil society whose actions and omissions have effects on the enjoyment of sexual rights should also be held accountable. These can include …not-for-profit and religious entities, as well as individuals."

    "States shall take steps to prevent third parties from violating the sexual rights of others." (And what those “steps” be?)

    Here is a link to a pdf of the declaration:

    http://www.ippf.org/NR/rdonlyres/9E4D697C-1C7D-4EF6-AA2A-6D4D0A13A108/0/SexualRightsIPPFdeclaration.pdf

  10. Janet says:

    Bizarre. It's hard to understand that there are people who actually believe that Morality is a violation of their rights.

    They have the right to their HIV, their head and neck cancer (I just read this past week an article that states that head and neck cancer is prevalent among 16 – 24 year olds who are practicing "safe" sex – orally, and contract HPV). This is a sad and sorry state of affairs. Come quickly, Lord Jesus.

  11. Georgia says:

    How do you plan to expose people? If they have no criminal record how are you going to find out if who is and who is not perverted?
    Will the government have the power to bust down doors of private citizens to observe their sleeping arrangements? Follow people to see if they frequent gay bars? Have spouses followed to see if they are socializing with someone suspicious? Maybe you can go as far as making it illegal for a woman to have an employer who is male? Dress codes maybe neck to knees and loose in between?
    Didn't John Calvin and other Reformation theologians try this as well? What did it result in?
    Mass Murder!!!
    Will our government have to protect the public from the religionist?

  12. Stacy McDonald says:

    Georgia,

    I'm not sure what you're referring to. Where did we discuss "exposing people" or seeking to "find out who is perverted?"

    As I recall, sodomy was still illegal in certain states in the U.S. up until 2002, and bestiality is still illegal to this day. It is nothing new for sexual perversion to be illegal. It's a fact across the globe.

    You said, "Will the government have the power to bust down doors of private citizens to observe their sleeping arrangements?"

    The government does not have the right to bust down the doors of any private citizen (unless someone is being harmed or held against their will inside those doors). You are twisting the point of this post, whether or not you intend to.

    Do you realize that this "declaration" wants to FORCE PP's view of sexuality on all of us? This isn't a private act. They want to force us to allow them to teach OUR children to exchange the beauty and holiness of a God-ordained sexual relationship for something dirty, cheap, and diseased?

    They want to strip us of our parental rights and expose our children to filth and perversion that is falsely labeled "good." They want to encourage our daughters to be promiscuous and then help them to murder our grandchildren without us ever even knowing about it. Better yet, they'd love to make us pay for it through our own tax dollars.

    Not only that, their goal is to make it so that if we publicly disagree with their anything-goes version of sexual expression, we could be accused of violating someone's so called "right" to sodomy or fornication. And if we do that, we should supposedly be "held accountable." Whatever that means.

    Are you really defending this? Have you read this declaration? Are you in agreement with it?

    "For the nation and kingdom which will not serve you shall perish, And those nations shall be utterly ruined." (Isaiah 60:12)

    A country that turns its back on God and is not governed by the principles laid out in Scripture shall fall. America has been blessed with great prosperity. "For everyone to whom much is given, from him much will be required…" We have a lot to answer for. God have mercy on us.

    "Didn't John Calvin and other Reformation theologians try this as well? What did it result in?
    Mass Murder!!!"

    Are you serious????? Where are you studying your history?

  13. Stacy McDonald says:

    I think the problem comes from our differing theological views. You see, I didn't choose God; He chose me. There was absolutely nothing good in me that could/would have chosen God. He saved my sinful soul from His wrath by sending His Son to die in my place. He GAVE me the faith to believe. He gets all the credit.

    Part of taking dominion involves being active in our communities and in the leadership of our culture. We aren't supposed to be passivists, allowing those in power to put us into bondage.

    Again, this issue is serious. It is not about letting the heathen be about their heathen ways. This is an organization that wants to force your children into sin and debauchery.

    When will you be concerned? After you're arrested for refusing to allow your daughter to fornicate – something she's been taught is normal and good by school officials? Or after you're arrested for witnessing to a homosexual, which violated his rights because it hurt his feelings and made him feel guilty?

    We're not talking about rounding up all the heathen and throwing them in jail for sinning. We're talking about actively exercising our rights, rights that were sorely won by our founding fathers, to bring about change in our culture – change that will influence our ability to freely witness to our children and others about the goodness and grace of God.

  14. Stacy McDonald says:

    "If you will not fight for the right when you can easily win without bloodshed; if you will not fight when your victory will be sure and not too costly; you may come to the moment when you will have to fight with all the odds against you and only a small chance of survival. There may even be a worse case: you may have to fight when there is no hope of victory, because it is better to perish than to live as slaves." – Winston Churchill

  15. Stacy McDonald says:

    “As the vice-regents of God, we are to bring His truth and His will to bear on every sphere of our world and our society. We are to exercise godly dominion and influence over our neighborhoods, our schools, our government, our literature and arts, our sports arenas, our entertainment media, our news media, our scientific endeavors—in short, over every aspect and institution of human society.” – Dr. D. James Kennedy

  16. Stacy McDonald says:

    Excellent article on the Great Commission:

    http://coramdeoparadigm.org/BWP_04062007.pdf

  17. Jennifer says:

    Mrs. Webfoot, I don't think it's our place to assume if someone else carries a sin or not. Nor is there any reason whatsoever to assume this about Georgia.

  18. Jennifer says:

    Georgia, I do agree that PP clinics need to be closed down. These are very harmful organizations hurting many people, including children.

  19. Stacy McDonald says:

    Hi Mrs. Webfoot,

    Unless I have closed down a thread, I try to only moderate posts that are obviously abusive or offensive. Since you and Jennifer seem to clash a bit, perhaps it would be better if you both agreed to not directly address one another? What do y'all think? For the sake of the conversation? Just an idea, not a requirement. I value your input very much; and, you are right, the sniping is getting old.

    By the way, I really, really appreciated your point about missionaries going in and addressing the social abuses of a culture as PART of ministering and witnessing to the people. Excellent, excellent point!

    Another example would be St. Patrick when he confronted the Druid Priests who were sacrificing innocent human victims to their gods. He didn't limit himself to quietly telling people they should "ask Jesus into their hearts." He boldly told them to repent and turn from their pagan ways:

    "Cease from these sacrifices of blood, which pollute, but do not cleanse, the offerer. Listen to me. I will tell you of a better altar, and a greater Priest, a Priest who has opened to you the road to the skies. I will tell you of a Father who sent His Son to be a sacrifice in your room. That Son, having offered His sacrifice, and returned from the tomb, as the conqueror of death, has ascended into the heavens, and now sitteth on the right hand of His Father, the crown of an everlasting dominion on His head."

  20. ~Ruthie Sisemore~ says:

    Oh, wow! I missed this on facebook somehow and haven't looked at my blogroll in over a week…This is more than disturbing!

  21. Georgia says:

    Mrs. Weboot
    Hmmm. Maybe you have a burden of sin that you yourself need to leave at the cross? If you have sinned in this area, there is abundant pardon in Christ.

    Jesus says:

    Matthew: 7-4
    first cast out the beam out of thine own eye; and then shalt thou see clearly to cast out the mote out of thy brother's eye.

    Mrs. McDonald I am not looking to give anyone a hard time. The most important thing is we all love Jesus and He will take care of all of us in His love.
    Love
    Georgia

  22. Jennifer says:

    Mrs. Webfoot, I don't speak to you out of dislike; I speak out of a concern as to how your words sound. Your initial spirit to Georgia didn't sound friendly at all and you made some comments which I found honestly presumptious and unfair. It's easy to wound another person with words in that fashion. I know you have a potential for great kindness, which is why your words unsettled me. I too care how I sound and have had many friends be helpfully honest with me by letting me know when I sound too harsh. I spoke quite calmly to you in my last few posts; perhaps you could explain how you find them to be sniping and creepy? Feel free to email me if you like.

  23. Brit says:

    Nope, just twice. And luckily, unlike some blogs, you can delete repeated posts.

    Excellent work, Stacy.

  24. Stam House says:

    wow oh wow I have no word to express my taught!

    Thanks for sharing

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