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Not Kidding: Planned Parenthood Teaches Teens on YouTube About 'Pain Is Exhilaration' Sex Practices and 'Rules'

Posted by on Mar. 2, 2014 at 9:49 AM
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Barbara Hollingsworth at our sister site CNSNews.com has a shocking article headlined “Planned Parenthood Produces Video Promoting Bondage and Sadomasochism to Teens.”

It’s Planned Parenthood of Northern New England – “which received more than $2.75 million in government funding in 2012"– that launched a YouTube channel called “A Naked Notion,” with sex educator Laci Green:

The homepage of PPNNE's website includes a menu of tabs that lead to internal pages. One of these is entitled "For Teens."

"Today," says Green, "I want to talk about what BDSM is, what it isn’t, and some of the rules that come with it."

“People sometimes think that those who practice BDSM are emotionally scarred or were once abused—not true, it’s a total myth," Green says later in the video. "People across the spectrum with various backgrounds participate in BDSM. The pain-is-exhilaration concept is not only old as dirt, it’s pretty common outside the bedroom.”   

See more at CNSNews.com.



Read more: http://newsbusters.org/blogs/tim-graham/2014/03/01/not-kidding-planned-parenthood-teachesteens-youtube-pain-exhilaration-se#ixzz2uoih18Z3

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sweet-a-kins
by Emerald Member on Mar. 2, 2014 at 9:51 AM
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And?

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Stephanie329
by Platinum Member on Mar. 2, 2014 at 9:59 AM
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Laci Green has her own channel that I watch. She is great and open about all things sex. She calls her channel "sex positive". She's using her videos to help people in general (and yes teens) not feel bad about their natural urges.
jaxTheMomm
by Platinum Member on Mar. 2, 2014 at 10:16 AM
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So, when teens have questions about something, we should.....     lie to them?

Give them innacurate information?  Tell them to shut up?

Gosh, it's like teen pregnancy rates didn't drop or something.

12hellokitty
by Platinum Member on Mar. 2, 2014 at 10:48 AM


Quoting jaxTheMomm:

So, when teens have questions about something, we should.....     lie to them?

Give them innacurate information?  Tell them to shut up?

Gosh, it's like teen pregnancy rates didn't drop or something.

So you attest the information teens are being given about BDSM is accurate?

jaxTheMomm
by Platinum Member on Mar. 2, 2014 at 10:49 AM
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You attest it's innacurate?

Quoting 12hellokitty:


Quoting jaxTheMomm:

So, when teens have questions about something, we should.....     lie to them?

Give them innacurate information?  Tell them to shut up?

Gosh, it's like teen pregnancy rates didn't drop or something.

So you attest the information teens are being given about BDSM is accurate?


12hellokitty
by Platinum Member on Mar. 2, 2014 at 10:51 AM

Yes, and you?

Quoting jaxTheMomm:

You attest it's innacurate?

Quoting 12hellokitty:


Quoting jaxTheMomm:

So, when teens have questions about something, we should.....     lie to them?

Give them innacurate information?  Tell them to shut up?

Gosh, it's like teen pregnancy rates didn't drop or something.

So you attest the information teens are being given about BDSM is accurate?



jaxTheMomm
by Platinum Member on Mar. 2, 2014 at 11:00 AM
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Well, it talks about trust and safety.  I'm not into BSDM at all, but from what I understand from people who are, that's pretty much it.  The little that I've read indicates the information presented in this video is accurate.

I think a fairly healthy percentage of adults are into this in one way or another.  How do you think it's innacurate?

What would you tell a teen who was curious about this and felt arousal at the idea?  Teens often experiment, and need to be safe.  Teens want to know if they are normal or weird.   

What you tell them?

Quoting 12hellokitty:

Yes, and you?

Quoting jaxTheMomm:

You attest it's innacurate?

Quoting 12hellokitty:


Quoting jaxTheMomm:

So, when teens have questions about something, we should.....     lie to them?

Give them innacurate information?  Tell them to shut up?

Gosh, it's like teen pregnancy rates didn't drop or something.

So you attest the information teens are being given about BDSM is accurate?




FlowerGirl777
by Bronze Member on Mar. 2, 2014 at 11:02 AM
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i don't see a problem here. 

12hellokitty
by Platinum Member on Mar. 2, 2014 at 11:06 AM

Curious about what, acting out a rape scene they watched in a movie or video game?  

Quoting jaxTheMomm:

Well, it talks about trust and safety.  I'm not into BSDM at all, but from what I understand from people who are, that's pretty much it.  The little that I've read indicates the information presented in this video is accurate.

I think a fairly healthy percentage of adults are into this in one way or another.  How do you think it's innacurate?

What would you tell a teen who was curious about this and felt arousal at the idea?  Teens often experiment, and need to be safe.  Teens want to know if they are normal or weird.   

What you tell them?

Quoting 12hellokitty:

Yes, and you?

Quoting jaxTheMomm:

You attest it's innacurate?

Quoting 12hellokitty:


Quoting jaxTheMomm:

So, when teens have questions about something, we should.....     lie to them?

Give them innacurate information?  Tell them to shut up?

Gosh, it's like teen pregnancy rates didn't drop or something.

So you attest the information teens are being given about BDSM is accurate?





jaxTheMomm
by Platinum Member on Mar. 2, 2014 at 11:07 AM
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Is that what you think BSDM is?

Quoting 12hellokitty:

Curious about what, acting out a rape scene they watched in a movie or video game?  

Quoting jaxTheMomm:

Well, it talks about trust and safety.  I'm not into BSDM at all, but from what I understand from people who are, that's pretty much it.  The little that I've read indicates the information presented in this video is accurate.

I think a fairly healthy percentage of adults are into this in one way or another.  How do you think it's innacurate?

What would you tell a teen who was curious about this and felt arousal at the idea?  Teens often experiment, and need to be safe.  Teens want to know if they are normal or weird.   

What you tell them?

Quoting 12hellokitty:

Yes, and you?

Quoting jaxTheMomm:

You attest it's innacurate?

Quoting 12hellokitty:


Quoting jaxTheMomm:

So, when teens have questions about something, we should.....     lie to them?

Give them innacurate information?  Tell them to shut up?

Gosh, it's like teen pregnancy rates didn't drop or something.

So you attest the information teens are being given about BDSM is accurate?






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