Planned Parenthood 'Consent' Video Showed to Students Without Parental Consent

Ferlon Webster Jr. | November 16, 2018
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A video produced by Planned Parenthood causing problems? You don't say.

The Safe Place and Rape Crisis Center (SPARCC) attempted to teach teens about ‘consent’ before they engaged in sexual acts, at a Florida high school. 

“How do you know for sure someone wants to have sex with you?” the narrator of the video asks. “Well, actually there’s only one way,” he continued. “They need to tell you - you need to have consent.”

Well, parents were pretty ticked off that Pine View High School in Osprey, Fla., didn’t ‘consent’ with them before having their children view the video, according to WTVT-TV. The video was shown to their children in an English Literature Class.

"Show me where you want me to touch you," one guy in the video says.

The video shows same-sex couples kissing and a man grabbing a woman’s breast while ‘making out.’ You can take a look at the video if you choose: 

"As an adult it can be hard to watch without being uncomfortable, I can imagine how a teenager would watch. The giggles and the gasps,” Eric Robinson, a Sarasota County school board member told WTVT.

SPARCC, who have worked throughout the school district for more than a decade teaching about 'healthy relationships', issued an apology for the video:

"We sincerely apologize for the incident last Wednesday at Pine View. The staff member did not follow established protocol regarding the programming presented, and the organization has acted to ensure that this does not happen again. SPARCC has had a positive relationship with Sarasota County Schools that has spanned more than 15 years and we take the trust placed in our organization very seriously. Preventing domestic/dating violence and sexual assault is central to our mission and SPARCC aims to be a trusted resource for our community.” 

I’d say SPARCC shouldn't be teaching kids about sex in the first place, that should be done in the child’s home. 

When you allow programs like these to teach your child about the most intimate encounter you can have with another human, you’re gonna have a problem, and this is a prime example of that. 

According to WTVT, "The school district said SPARCC has been suspended from presenting similar programs until a review is finished."

Take a look at the news story reported by WTVT below:

H/T: The Blaze