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I was a sex educator trained by Planned Parenthood; here is what I taught your kids

by Monica Cline | September 05, 2019 12:00 AM

​As a former Title X training manager and sex educator for 10 years, I got a close-up view into the world of Planned Parenthood and sex education.

On one hand, Title X is a program that serves women and families by helping them access family planning medical services. On the other hand, it’s also the perfect vehicle for Planned Parenthood to promote social change by utilizing its well-meaning prevention education to proselytize youth toward sexual promiscuity and abortion. It’s the perfect business plan for a lifelong customer, and it's being backed by trusted government programs for Title X and HIV prevention.

So, how did we get from planning for a family and healthy births to risky sexual behavior and abortion? Through sex education.

The first lesson I learned in my sex education training is to assume that adolescents have done anything and everything when it comes to sex and that if they haven’t, they will.

It was 1997, and I was a new HIV prevention educator at a local gay organization. Planned Parenthood was across the street, and the director of sex education welcomed me in for a personalized training on how to reach and teach adolescents about sex. She told me several horror stories about young girls coming into the clinic with injuries, objects, and pregnancy. Some were as young as 10 years old. I sat there disturbed by what I heard, and I wanted to do my part to help these girls. I said, “You’ve convinced me. Teach me how to teach girls not to have sex.”

“No, dear!” she patted me on the knee, “We’re not going to teach them not to have sex. We’re going to teach them how to do it safer. We meet them where they’re at and teach them to do it safer.”

I argued that they were too young to be having sex and that what was happening was wrong and not safe. She insisted that we could teach them to have sex in safer ways and that anything else, i.e. not having sex, was judging them for their choice. I trusted her because she was the “expert.”

This is what I taught. Remember the first lesson? View your audience as if they have done it all and then teach them how to do it safer. Since most adolescents are nervous to speak about sex, we begin the lesson with an icebreaker, which is geared to reduce the children’s natural inhibitions to prepare them for the sex education lessons. The educator asks the kids to shout out or go to the board and write all the slang terms for reproductive body parts or sexual activities. You can imagine how crass this becomes.

At first, they nervously say a few worlds, but when they notice the educator is encouraging them, they fully participate. The quiet ones in the group get used to it too. By the end of this activity, there is a collage of illicit sexual terms and activities written all over the board. The kids begin to believe that this is part of healthy sex education. The terms are dehumanizing, and the activity serves to restructure their thoughts about their bodies, others' bodies, and the act of sex. Sexual intimacy is redefined from being special, for marriage or for having babies, to being crass, seeking pleasure over meaningful relationships, accepting STDs as a way of life, and terminating the lives of babies so we can worship our sexual rights without hindrance.

What’s next? Now that the foundation has been laid out and sexual activity has been reduced to a recreational activity, it’s time to talk about vaginal sex, oral sex, anal sex, and all the bodily fluids that put them at risk of contracting an STI. All forms of sexual activity are normalized.

Parents are purposely left out. Parents are powerful, possessing a natural instinct to protect their children, and Planned Parenthood wants to undermine that. That is why they say, “Parents are a barrier to service.” The only good parent to Planned Parenthood is the parent who agrees with their ideology. The rest of us need to be made irrelevant, and the organization has great counseling skills to help make us irrelevant in the eyes of our children.

I know, because I witnessed it.

This type of sex education does not protect our youth. It only serves to encourage them to explore all sexual activities and places a burden on them that they are not prepared to bear. Will Planned Parenthood continue to educate our youth about sex? Of course, they’ll try. Planned Parenthood and other like-minded organizations have been collaborating for years to establish illicit sex education in our schools and communities. Remember, it’s big money for them.

Want to know the fix? Reclaim parenthood. Don’t check out on your kids. Engage with them and take the lead in their lives. Parents are the sole authority over our children, and our children are waiting for us to lead. And let’s not let our taxpayer monies fund organizations like Planned Parenthood. Meet the people running for office, ask them questions, research their voting records, and vote. Parents are the most hopeful people I know. We want the best for our children. Our goal is for our kids to turn out better than ourselves.

Organizations like Planned Parenthood do not aspire for more in our children’s lives. Their answer to happiness and empowerment is to have sex, use a condom, get tested, treated, and have an abortion.

If you have fallen victim to this ideology, I’m right there with you. Don’t feel bad. I used to live this way too. But when I rejected Planned Parenthood, I found a new way that is full of hope, empowerment, and one that puts me in line with the best interest of my child. All children deserve this kind of hope as well.

Monica Cline is a speaker, parent educator, and founder of It Takes A Family. She was trained by and collaborated with Planned Parenthood for 10 years.

Planned Parenthood ‘Grooms’ Girls For Abortions Using Sex Ed,

Former Sex Educator Says

  • Former sex educator Monica Cline told the Daily Caller News Foundation that Planned Parenthood “grooms” children for abortion.

  • Cline worked as a sexual health education instructor with Planned Parenthood for ten years.

  • Planned Parenthood taught her to teach children about every type of sexual activity, she says, because the organization assumes children already do these things.

  • Former sex educator Monica Cline said Planned Parenthood pushes sex education that “grooms” children for promiscuity and leads to abortion.

“It was very explicit,” Cline said, revealing she was told she must discuss all sexual topics with students, including, “Oral, vaginal, and anal sex, and the use of sex toys.” 

The director showed Cline several Planned Parenthood case studies that showed girls as young as 10 years old coming to Planned Parenthood for help with injuries, the removal of foreign objects and abortions. The studies convinced Cline that something must be done to help these young women.

“Wow, you’ve convinced me,” she said she told the educator. “How do I teach these girls not to have sex?”

“No dear, we aren’t teaching them not to have sex,” the educator told her. “We are teaching them how to do it safer.”


Planned Parenthood teaches students risk reduction rather than teaching children how to have healthy relationships and to date in groups, Cline said.

“Risk reduction is simply telling them how to make the high risk safer by using lubrication and condoms,” she explained. “The next step is to make them understand they need to be tested for STD’s every couple months.”


Planned Parenthood’s sex education grooms students for promiscuity, Cline believes, and this promiscuity leads them to abortion. “The sex education grooms them for promiscuity. Grooms them for STD treatment, and grooms them for abortion,” she said.

“Teens are being given false ideas that condoms will cover all the bases,” Cline added. “They do tell them to get tested and treated – which means coming back to the clinic – and if they are pregnant they are encouraged to get an abortion.”

As a sexual health educator, Cline says she was taught to identify with what students are going through and ultimately lead them to choose abortion.

“We were supposed to identify what they are going through, “Cline explained, “Say, ‘you’re just a teenager, the last thing you want is a baby.’ Identify with her fears. ‘Your parents are probably going to be so mad at you. We can take care of this for you, it’s not a problem.'”

2 California Moms Sound Alarm About Lewd Sex Ed Coming to Schools

In California, thanks to the passage of a new law, there is now what’s called “comprehensive sex ed”—and it’s extremely unpleasant stuff. Today, we’ll speak to two parents from Rocklin, California, who are leading parent opposition in their community to what they consider obscene and pornographic curriculum. They’ll explain the concerning details about content that could soon reach more classrooms across America. Read the interview, posted below, or listen on the podcast:

(Interview starts at the 6 minute mark)






Placer County Republican Party Asks for School Board Resignations


RUSD curriculum prompts 'Sit out'

By Joshua Gutierrez

May 09, 2019 7:01 PM

Some 650 elementary students across Rocklin Unified School District were absent last Friday in protest of the board’s recent approval of a new curriculum that identifies historical figures as Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (LGBT).

The coordinated protests stem from a 3-2 decision by the Board of Trustees following an hours-long debate that culminated at 1 a.m. May 2. Board members Camille Maben, Eric Stevens and Rick Miller supported the motion, while Susan Halldin and Dereck Counter were in opposition.

Informed Parents of Rocklin spokeswoman Rachel Crutchfield said Friday’s “sit out” was to show the district just how many parents opposed the decision.

“We also had many families who told us afterward that if they had known about the sit out, they would have kept their kids home that day as well,” Crutchfield said. “Our numbers are growing daily but there are still many parents in the district that don’t know what’s about to show up in their children’s textbooks next year. And a large percentage of those (parents) that do know are not comfortable with it.

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Parents Protest Approved LGBT Curriculum by Keeping Children Out of School

KTXL - Sacramento • May 6, 2019

Parents objecting to a California school board's decision to include a curriculum in the early grades touting the achievements of LGBT people did not allow their children to go to class Friday in protest. They say at least 700 students stayed home in the 12,000 student district.

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Parents pull 650 children from school to protest LGBT curriculum: 'Let kids be kids'

Elise Solé

Yahoo Lifestyle

May 10, 2019

Parents filled a school board meeting at Granite Oaks Middle School to argue the vote. “We believe that anyone who has made a significant contribution to society should, of course, be included in our history textbooks,” said Rachel Crutchfield, a spokesperson for Informed Parents of Rocklin, according to The Sacramento Bee. “However, the concept of sexual orientation is far too complex of a topic for elementary-aged children to be introduced to at school. Children in second grade simply do not have the tools to comprehend sexuality, nor do we want them to. Let’s let kids be kids.”

Rachel Henry, of the Sacramento LGBT Community Center, tells Yahoo Lifestyle, “We know that teaching children tolerance, love, and kindness isn’t enough — we have to actively teach about diversity within our community. Because if we’re not naming those identities, we’re ignoring and silencing them.”

“The existence of LGBTQ people is not a ‘sensitive issue,’” she says. “We’re just fighting against the idea that straight is ‘normal.’ Aside from gay marriage — which is only one aspect of equality — gay people still aren’t a federally-protected class.”

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School Brass OKs Curriculum With LGBT Figures After Debate 


By Associated Press, Wire Service Content May 2, 2019, at 3:25 p.m.

ROCKLIN, CALIF. (AP) — A Northern California school district narrowly approved a new curriculum that includes contributions made by LGBT figures.

The Rocklin Unified School District approved the curriculum in a 3-2 vote that came after a heated debate in a packed school board meeting that lasted past midnight, the Sacramento Bee reported .

Opponents said elementary students were too young to learn that historical figures identified as gay or lesbian.

"The concept of sexual orientation is far too complex of a topic for elementary-aged children to be introduced to at school," said Rachel Crutchfield, spokeswoman for Informed Parents of Rocklin.

Crutchfield said she agrees with including LGBT leaders in history curriculum, but that it should be done in later grades when students can comprehend "complex sexual topics."

But nearly 1,000 Rocklin residents signed a petition asking the district to delay the decision to adopt a new curriculum and those opposing it threatened to hold a "sit-out" and not send their children to school on Friday.

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700 California public school students stay home to protest LGBT curriculum 


By Lisa Bourne Mon May 6, 2019 - 8:38 pm EST

May 6, 2019 (LifeSiteNews) — Hundreds of California parents protested a controversial proposed curriculum for young students that would incorporate the achievements of LGBT-identifying individuals by keeping their children out of class on Friday.

An estimated 700 students stayed home from school in the 12,000-student Rocklin School District, Fox 40 reports.

Concerned parents say the younger elementary grades are not ready for discussions on LGBT issues and that parents should make the call on when to introduce them.

The parents who are opposed suggested a compromise to introduce the material in sixth grade or later, as has been done in some other school districts, the report said, but the school district’s legal counsel said that was not possible.

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