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I can’t buy your cookies, Mk. II March 22, 2011

Posted by Tantumblogo in Abortion, Basics, Dallas Diocese, disaster, General Catholic, North Deanery, sadness, scandals, sickness, Society.
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Last year I did a post explaining why I can’t buy Girl Scout cookies.  I hate saying no to the little girls and their mothers, the vast majority of whom think Girl Scouts is a good and wholesome organization.  So, I tell them I can’t buy them because we have gluten allergies in our house, which is true, but that’s not the main reason I can’t buy them.  I can’t buy them because the Girl Scouts, as an organization, are wedded to Planned Parenthood and at times expose young girls to Planned Parenthood’s horrific, explicit sexual indoctrination materials, materials oriented towards one thing – insuring Planned Parenthood always has a steady inflow of customers for its abortion services (sorry, I’m ripping off Dr. Nadler again, but this was too wrong to pass up):

Last year at a United Nations meeting on Women, Planned Parenthood held a session for Girl Scouts where the adult leaders were not allowed in the room. (click here for the whole story) In that meeting, they made available to the girls their eighteen page booklet, Healthy, Happy, and Hot (click here to read it).

In this booklet, Planned Parenthood actually advises girls that they don’t have to tell their sex partners if they have HIV!! From the booklet:

You have the right to decide if, when, and how to disclose your HIV status.

“There are many reasons that people do not share their HIV status. They may not want people to know they are living with HIV because of stigma and discrimination within their community. 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. People in long-term relationships who find out they are living with HIV sometimes fear that their partner will react violently or end the relationship.”

So Planned Parenthood teaches children that they can cheat on their partner, secretly use IV drugs, and if they get HIV, their partner does not have the right to know.

Then, more sterling advice from Planned Parenthood:

“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. Don’t stop there: Find out how your partner’s body works, what makes them feel good and what gives them pleasure. Talking with your partner about what you each like and what feels good is the best way to have great sex.

These documents are targeted at children as young as 10 years old.  I don’t think I have to say how utterly wrong that is, and beyond wrong, sick.  I don’t need my daughter told how to have a fantastic orgasm.  But that’s Planned Barrenhood and the ‘culturally savvy’ view of sexuality – it’s not a gift from God to be enjoyed in the marital embrace with a constant openness to procreation, no, it’s all about having a mind-blowing orgasm, every day, whether you’re with someone or not.  Nice. 

This is not an isolated incident.  Last year, the CEO of the Girl Scouts confirmed that Girl Scout troops around the country have relationships with Planned Parenthood. 

And the saddest thing is that numerous Catholic parishes sponsor Girl Scout troops.  This in spite of the fact that the Girl Scout endorsed Planned Parenthood document on sexual education specifically states: “Culture, religion and traditions are some of the biggest obstacles in implementing sexual and reproductive health programmes for young people.”

It is past time that Girl Scout troops were no longer able to be based at Catholic parishes.  Individual troops are fine, you say.  I’m sorry, but the entire organization is becoming increasingly co-opted by radical feminists and the ideology of childhood sexualization.  You cannot separate the individual troops from the overweening organization.  And the Girl Scouts USA and world organization receive a pretty hefty amount of money from the sale of cookies done at the local level, providing funding for just the sorts of disasters described above.

The Boy Scouts are utterly different and don’t engage in this kind of cultural warfare, seeking to undermine traditional morality.

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1. Christy V - March 24, 2011

Have you seen the new printed materials from GSUSA just released in January 2011? Cadette Media book (pg 71) for 6-8th grade girls, promotes this website womensmediacenter.com where girls can surf and find LIVE links to 27 pro-abortion websites (seriously) including Planned Parenthood. Also, Cadette Media on (pg 25) promotes pro-abortion mediamatters.org. This organization recently wrote a letter to Congress supporting Planned Parenthood and opposing any effort to defund them. In the Amuse book for 4th-5th graders, (page 50-51) GS promotes the playwright Josefina Lopez and her play Simply Maria. This play is FILTH. It mocks marriage, purity, motherhood, and the Catholic Church. Why is GS promoting this play by name to young girls?
See http://www.honestgirlscouts.com for additional info.
No other group with a pro-abortion agenda is allowed as a ministry in our Catholic churches. So why is girl scouts? I would encourage all concerned Catholics to communicate your concerns to Bob McCarty and the National Federation for Catholic Youth Ministry (NFCYM), as well as to your pastor and Bishop.

tantamergo - March 24, 2011

Thanks very much for the heads up. I’ll do a post on this. This play ‘Simply Maria’ is little more than radical feminist agitprop, that attacks all morality and especially religion and the Sacraments of the Church as tools of patriarchal oppression. Oh, my, what a bold stand to take! How very original!

It’s becoming increasingly clear that the Girl Scouts USA has been completely radicalized, and while local troops may not share this agenda, they can’t help but be influenced by it. There is no way to continue as a Girl Scout without making use of the national organization’s materials, so the influence will be deep and wide – no wonder participation in Girl Scouts plummets after 4th-5th grade, it’s nothing but indoctrination.


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