Bless Your Heart by Cindy Colley

No More Thin Mints

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“Many people think sex is just about vaginal or anal intercourse… But, there are lots of different ways to have sex and lots of different types of sex. There is no right or wrong way to have sex. Just have fun, explore and be yourself!”

“Improve your sex life by getting to know your own body. Play with yourself! Masturbation is a great way to find out more about your body and what you find sexually stimulating. Mix things up by using different kinds of touch from very soft to hard. Talk about or act out your fantasies. Talk dirty to them.”

I know. It sounds like something you’ve never heard on a XXX rated video (because you’ve never watched one). Or maybe something from the most vulgar television programming… something that the American Family Association would be warning you about on its website. But these are excerpts from a brochure passed out at an event hosted by The World Association of Girl Scouts and Girl Guides. The brochure is entitled “Healthy, Happy, and Hot” and it was distributed by Planned Parenthood at the Girl Scout event. The event was part of an annual UN Commission on the Status of Women.
Also included in the pamphlet were strong statements advocating the abolishment of laws that require people infected with the HIV virus to reveal their HIV statuses in certain situations. Calling this requirement a “violation of rights,” the brochure goes on to explain “There are many reasons that people do not share their HIV status. … They may worry that people will find out something else they have kept secret, like they are using injecting drugs, having sex outside of a marriage or having sex with people of the same gender.”
Girl Scouts of America has been about feminism, so called “women’s reproductive rights,” promoting lesbianism, and  assaulting traditional family values for a while now. When my Hannah, who is now 22, was five years old, we thought Girl Scouts would be good for her; teach her to pursue goals, give her a good work ethic, and help her form associations with good friends from good families. So she signed up for Daisies. I went to the thrift store and found a used uniform. She loved it. We did all sorts of neat things like painting shirts, earning badges about service projects, and displaying artwork in the mall. And she did make some good friends from good families. But I found that I could only look the other way for so long. While our little local group was benign enough, every now and then I was given a piece of literature produced by the national organization. It didn’t take long for me to figure out that the national agenda was far from benign. It soon became clear that any funds we donated or raised were divided between our local chapter and the national council. Thus, even way back then, Hannah did not sell cookies. We donated her share of the money to our local chapter stipulating that no funds from our donations were to be sent to the national organization. Soon enough, our consciences would no longer allow us to support the Girl Scouts in any way at all.
And the poisonous programs have hardly improved. One recent GS project aims at securing the rights of women, men and adolescents between ages ten and twenty-five, to better reproductive and sexual health.”?? Excuse me?! Age 10?!  I guess it should not surprise me.  After all, the quotations at the beginning of this article were distributed at a UN event and the UN certainly seems to be on board with “securing the rights” of these 10- year-olds. The UN Joint Statement under the auspices of the UN Adolescent Girls Task Force calls for their agencies to promote any programs that “empower … adolescent girls, particularly those aged 10 to 14.”  Of course “empowering means ensuring the girls access to  “life-skills based sexuality education, HIV prevention, and sexual and reproductive health.”  Well, if parents have to depend on the UN to “empower” their kids to protect themselves against the HIV virus, then parents desperately need some guidance themselves. They could start with some lessons from Deuteronomy six in the Good Book!
And while we’re on the UN, according to the New York Times, the UN Population Fund has recently co-sponsored a curriculum that includes teaching children as young as kindergarten age to be sexually active. It also includes teaching adolescents to advocate for abortion.
And that’s really the bottom line. Abortion advocacy means dollars and cents for groups like Planned Parenthood. Sexually active children put money in the coffers of  the abortion industry. Planned Parenthood is the magnate of that industry. I loathe to see them propagandizing for business in any venue. But the insidious nature of marketing their murderous procedures to children is nauseating.  I have to think hard about that nauseous feeling to turn down those thin mint cookies that I love more than any other cookie on the planet. But that’s a few hundred calories I won’t have to count this year.
Information for the above article obtained from Girl Scouts Distribute Planned Parenthood Sex Guide at UN Meeting, by Terrence McKeegan, J.D., Catholic Family and Human Rights Institute, 2010.
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