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Planned Parenthood Releases Groomer Sex Vid In Case You Had That Baby They Tried to Murder.

Abortion industry advocates ‘Planned Parenthood’ released a video this week denying the concept of virginity and encouraging children to embark on a “sexual journey.” The video features a woman in what appears to be an elementary school classroom, replete with bright, child-friendly colors.

After claiming virginity “isn’t real” and a “made-up concept” invented to “control and shame people,” the woman then goes on to criticize the notion of virginity further because it excludes sexual deviants: “Where does that definition leave queer people? Or folks who can’t, or don’t, have penis-in-vagina sex and choose to have oral, anal, or another type of sex instead?”

Things then take a sinister turn as the woman encourages children to engage in sexual practices and assures them that there is no shame in doing so: “Shame has no place in someone’s personal decisions about sex. It’s time to throw away the notion of losing your virginity! What if instead of ‘losing’ something, we reframe it as ‘gaining’? Because the truth is, when we make our own decision to become sexually active, we aren’t setting ourselves up to lose anything at all!”

She then encourages children to define their own version of sex. She graphically lists sexual terms and concepts and suggests kids “enthusiastically consent” to having sex: “You get to decide and define what sex — and virginity — mean for you. Maybe that’s being fingered for the first time. Maybe it’s having anal sex. Maybe it’s having your first orgasm. Maybe it’s masturbating for the first time. Maybe it’s when you enthusiastically consent to sex. That’s the beauty of your sexual journey.”

The video comes as parents across the country are increasingly resisting the LGBTQ movement’s efforts to sexualize children and expose them to inappropriate content.

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