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Planned Parenthood PAYING Kids To Attend ‘Sex Ed Summer Camp’

If you were still unsure whether leftist organizations were trying to indoctrinate the next generation with controversial ideas about gender and sex, you don’t have to wonder anymore.

Planned Parenthood is on Twitter offering gift cards and free meals to teens who agree to sit through a week-long sex ed camp later this month.

Here’s what TheBlaze reported:

The “camp” is for Mankato, Minnesota area youth ages 15-18. It is slated to run July 24 through July 28, from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., the advertisement posted by the @PPMM Twitter account says.

“Lunches are provided and participants receive a $150 gift card upon completion,” the flyer also says.

The link included in the Twitter post leads to a Google form for potential participants to apply. On the form, the camp is described as a “sexual health peer education certification program.”

Covered topics include sexual anatomy, birth control methods, sexually transmitted infections, healthy relationships, consent, and more, according to the sign up page.

The Planned Parenthood chapter’s tweet was quickly inundated with replies from outraged parents and others who believe such a ploy is completely inappropriate.

And there were many more that were removed by the tweet’s author, so we can only assume that they were even harsher in their criticism of the camp.

Then there was Karin, a concerned mom who appeared on “Fox & Friends Weekend” on Sunday to share her thoughts about the event.

As Fox News reported:

Karin said she believes it is “critical” for parents to be aware of the material caught in the camp, including what she considers “explicit instruction” on how to perform oral, anal and vaginal sex.

“I think they’re just trying to get at kids any way they can, and it’s actually extremely disturbing. They’re incentivizing this with money. I think it’s a very fine line between giving a teen financial incentive to talk about sexual activity and role-play, things regarding it versus crossing the line to actually physically performing that activity and getting paid for doing it.”

“I think this really feeds into conditioning kids for sex trafficking,” she said, adding that parents’ priority should be on protecting their kids.

Here’s the full clip for “Fox & Friends Weekend”:


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