Planned Parenthood of New York City has produced a profanity laced “f-word” video asking everyone to have sex with each other. It was a cry to “protect the right to fornicate”.
Ephesians 5:3 – But fornication, and all uncleanness, or covetousness, let it not be once named among you, as becometh saints;
Hebrews 13:4 – Marriage is honourable in all, and the bed undefiled: but whoremongers and adulterers God will judge.
Planned Parenthood of New York City Takes Down “Right to Fornicate” Video
Planned Parenthood of New York City has deleted a video from YouTube that centered on the repeated use of a four-letter expletive to express that New Yorkers should have the freedom to “safely” have sexual relations with whomever they want, and encouraging viewers to donate to the organization. The foul-mouthed production targeted to millennials renewed concerns that taxpayer funds continue to be allotted to the abortion and contraceptive giant—and may have been used to pay for such wickedness.
TRANSCRIPT OF FROM VIDEO:
“[Expletive] anyone with a washer and dryer in their [expletive] apartment,” “[expletive] your loudest [expletive] upstairs neighbor,” “[expletive] your hottest [expletive] bartender,” “[expletive] dancers,” “[expletive] anyone in fashion,” “[expletive] a broker,” the ad stated. “[Expletive] New York and everyone in it.”
“Protect our right to [expletive] whoever the [expletive] we want,” it concluded. “Donate to PPNYC…”
A description of the video on the PPNYAction YouTube page also proudly touted that “New Yorkers have more sex than the rest of America.”
The marketing agency BBH N.Y. is reportedly behind the production, telling Adweek, “We wanted to be celebratory in the face of massive opposition rather than plead their case in a typical PSA campaign that’s easy to ignore. ‘Freedom to [Expletive]’ is meant to speak to a younger generation more empowered than ever and hopefully willing to help. It all starts with the courage to do something different and we believe we have already succeeded.”
However, others were aghast in viewing the profanity-laden, sex-centered video. Tony Perkins of Family Research Council noted that sex is what Planned Parenthood is all about.
“If they can persuade more people to have sex, then that’s just a down payment on future business,” he wrote in a post published by Life News. “They don’t care about the lives they’re jeopardizing along the way, even in a city whose STD rates climbed by the double digits in a single year. It says a lot about where an organization’s values are that a slogan Americans can’t even read on TV is being passed off as a legitimate response to the crisis we face.”
Perkins said that the video release ought to be the “last straw” for Congress, that “[m]en and women on both sides of the aisle should be lining up to pull the financial rug out from Planned Parenthood after this stunt.”