Accusations fly over teen-sex guide distributed to Girl Scouts

Girl Scouts hiding secret sex agenda?
Accusations fly over U.N. meeting, Planned Parenthood ‘hot’ girl handout

Drew Zahn

A witness who attended the 54th session of United Nations’ Commission on the Status of Women has unleashed a firestorm of controversy after reporting copies of Planned Parenthood’s teen-sex promoting guide, “Healthy, Happy and Hot,” were provided for Girl Scouts in attendance.

The Girl Scouts organization, in turn, has issued a denial statement, distancing itself from any involvement in “family planning,” despite clear evidence to the contrary.

Sharon Slater of Family Watch International and Stand for the Family was at the New York City event when organizers ushered all adults – save for one from each of seven sponsoring organizations – out of the room for a “girls only workshop” that the Girl Scouts of the USA reports 30-35 teenage girls attended.

Slater told WND when the doors opened at the conclusion of the workshop, she went back in and found the “Hot” brochure among various materials made available on the back table.

The guide itself, produced by the International Planned Parenthood Federation for young people with HIV, depicts both same-sex and opposite-sex couples, contains graphic details on “exploring” sexuality and encourages casual sex in many forms.

“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,” the guide states. “There is no right or wrong way to have sex.”

The article continues at WorldNetDaily

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