HHS Gives Planned Parenthood Orlando $2.4 Million to Fund Sex Ed for Teens..(Explicit Language)
Health and Human Services’ Office of Adolescence Health is giving Planned Parenthood of Greater Orlando $2,388,950 in grant funding for its “Teens Rise!” project.
The $477,790 grant given each year over five years from 2010 to 2014, is part of $75 million in grants to 75 organizations in 32 states for “evidence-based program models effective at preventing teen pregnancy,” according to OAH, which administers the grants.
On the home page of the “Teens Rise!” website, under WTF (What’s the Facts!) teenage visitors can learn that there are “two types of abstinence and both keep you from getting pregnant.”
“Continuous abstinence is not having sex play with a partner at all. Celibacy abstinence is when you have previously had sex, but have now decided to wait for that special person or event. Continuous abstinence is the only one that’s 100 percent effective!” the web site states and provides a link to the “ABC’s” page where graphic descriptions of sexual acts and condom and other contraceptive uses are posted.
You’re in control more than ever!” is the text above a photo gallery of contraceptives, including birth control pills, patches and the “Morning After” pill. “Check out these options to prevent pregnancy if you’ve decided to have sex.”
Some of the advice offered on “Condom Facts You Need to Know” include:
• Make sure the penis is erect.
• Hold the tip of the condom to squeeze out air and leave space to collect semen.
• Have vaginal, oral or anal sex.
• Carefully take the condom off the penis.
• Throw the condom in the garbage, NOT in the toilet, bushes or under the bed'