Planned Parenthood's Facebook Page For Teens Be A "Proud Slut"
(CNSNews.com) â€“ Planned Parenthoodâ€™s Facebook page, â€śPlanned Parenthood Info for Teens,â€ť includes sexual content, including a link to an MTV program, â€śSextra Credit Episode 2,â€ť focusing on the meaning of the word â€śslut.â€ť
â€śFind a seat in the class and let Francisco school you with his lecture on slutty slander!â€ť the teaser above the video states when a visitor clinks on the line on Planned Parenthoodâ€™s Facebook page.
â€śA lot of people define slut as someone who has too much sex or too many partners â€“ but according to who?â€ť Francisco asks. â€śThe slut fairy?â€ť
Francisco continues by sharing the â€śpositiveâ€ť side to being called a slut.
â€śBut did you know that some people use slut in a positive way? Francisco says. â€śThey use it to define a woman who is confident in her sexuality and being the sexual being that she is.â€ť Francisco says. â€śI personally think thereâ€™s a little bit of slut in all of us.â€ť
â€śWhy is it that when girls have lots of sex theyâ€™re sluts, but when guys have it, theyâ€™re studs? Francisco says. â€śNot only does that make zero sense, but itâ€™s also totally unfair.
â€śSo hey, stand up for equality,â€ť Francisco says. â€śStop the slut-shaming.â€ť
There is also a link to Seventeen Magazine: â€śWeâ€™re taking sex questions over at Seventeen Magazine,â€ť the teaser to the link says.
If the Facebook visitor clicks on the link they are taken to the part of the magazineâ€™s website where Planned Parenthoodâ€™s offers â€śexpert adviceâ€ť to teensâ€™ questions about sex, including graphic descriptions of oral sex.
Planned Parenthoodâ€™s Facebook page for teens also has links to its affiliates, clinics and political action organizations.
The â€śtimelineâ€ť on the page provides dates, such as the launch of Planned Parenthood in 1840, and information on topics ranging from the average age a girl starts menstruation to â€śfactsâ€ť about masturbation.