Planned Parenthood gives schools ‘F’ for teaching abstinence

By STOPP on Thursday, December 18th, 2014 in sex education

TUCSON, Ariz. – Planned Parenthood Arizona is itching to get its sex programs in the public schools across the state. So much so that it has mailed report cards to school districts, grading them according to whether their sex education programs suit the abortion giant.

Hawaii rep.: Students were used as guinea pigs in sex instruction program

By STOPP on Friday, August 22nd, 2014 in Uncategorized

HONOLULU – Led by state representative Bob McDermott, outraged parents in Hawaii continue to fight valiantly to get an explicit sex instruction program coauthored by Planned Parenthood out of their middle schools. Rep. McDermott has just released his second meticulously researched report detailing the impropriety of the curriculum and violations of state and federal law […]

International Planned Parenthood increased abortions 24 percent in 2013, Africa is chief target

By STOPP on Thursday, August 21st, 2014 in Other News

STAFFORD, Va. – International Planned Parenthood Federation recently announced it increased its abortion “services” for 2013 by 24 percent, exceeding its targets for the second year in a row. The announcement came in its 2012-2013 performance report. IPPF claims its interest is in ending extreme poverty. But the report is so obsessed with abortion that […]

Planned Parenthood community organizers exposed

By STOPP on Monday, August 4th, 2014 in Other News

STAFFORD, Va. – Planned Parenthood has paid, full-time staff whose job it is to get out into the community and build relationships that enable it to influence the community to help advance its radical sexual agenda. It has a particular interest, of course, in organizations that deal with youth.

Is the graphic Pono Choices sex program dead?

By STOPP on Sunday, June 22nd, 2014 in Other News, Uncategorized

HONOLULU – Those who have seen the Planned Parenthood/University of Hawaii curriculum Pono Choices often refer to it as Porno Choices—a name which is much more accurate than the totally deceptive “pono” (healthy) choices tag put on it by its developers.