Kids encouraged to turn to abortion counselors, rather than parents
May 15, 2014
A former abortion clinic operator in Texas says she was compensated handsomely for selling state-funded sex education programs to children, which in turn destroyed their innocence and compelled them to visit the clinics for future abortion services.
Carol Everett, who now heads the non-profit Heidi Group Foundation, a pro-life organization that helps “girls and women in unplanned pregnancies make positive, life-affirming choices,” recalled her time within the industry at a recent Rose Dinner event in Canada.
Describing the sale of abortion services as a “cash cow,” Everett recounted witnessing busy doctors visit patient after patient “often without scrubbing up again,” according to the Catholic Register. Everett also pointed to state-funded sex ed programs as one of the ways the abortion industry grooms potential repeat customers.
“Children are being taught about sex and masturbation in ways that ‘shame the children’ so they will not be comfortable telling their parents what they heard, Everett said,” writes Deborah Gyapong.
The programs would then provide girls “with low dose birth control, which is ineffective if not taken at the same time each and every day, which is close to impossible for any teenager,” reports Life News, adding, “When the girls get pregnant, they then turn to abortion clinics..”