The abortion giant, Planned Parenthood, isn’t afraid to push boundaries of legality, compassion, or even rationality. In fact that seems to be their modus operandi. So, it is of little surprise that yesterday Planned Parenthood of Pennsylvania called for the creation of a Disney princess that has had an abortion.
After no small amount of backlash, the organization took down the tweet, but not before the Wayback Machine captured at least six images of it.
Supposedly Planned Parenthood’s rationale for originally posting this foolish tweet was that they sought to “make a point about the importance of telling stories that challenge stigma.”
Give me a break. This is the same organization whose Kentucky branch posted “Some men have a uterus” over and over again on Twitter earlier this month. They are bent on pushing the envelope, expanding their base, and keeping the next generation beholden to their faux pro-woman ideology.
No, this was no mistake. It was a trial balloon to test the waters of their audience to see what they would tolerate.
The fact of the matter is, Planned Parenthood is already indoctrinating boys and girls in public schools across America with their Get Real sex education curriculum. Thankfully, Cumberland County parents were sick and tired of the abortion titan pushing its nefarious agenda on their sons and daughters and exerted such opposition to it that it was pulled from all public schools in the county.
In light of this, is it really that far fetched to think they wouldn’t champion a pro-abortion Disney princess if they thought it would play well with their base?
The faux pas is instructive. To even suggest inserting their “services” into the realm of fictitious Disney princesses, no…the realm of innocent little girls, is unfathomable.
These are the same little girls that, if born just 3 or 4 years earlier, could have easily spent their final moments on this earth within the walls of a Planned Parenthood clinic being torn limb from limb.
This brutal reality drives home just how misguided the pro-choice understanding of female empowerment really is. They perpetuate the tragic lie that young women are somehow going to be happier if they end the life of their child. And if Planned Parenthood’s tweet even remotely reveals their true intentions, they would like to see this lie peddled to the entertainment industry’s youngest audiences.
Although many Americans have ceased from being shocked by this organization’s far-reaching dedication to the culture of death, it seems as if it was finally a bridge too far for a number of pro-abortion Americans.
One respondent wrote, “”Disney princesses are for CHILDREN and these are adult issues…This far-out crap is why we got stuck with Donald Trump.”
Another replied, “They have no idea how extreme this sounds (and yes, I’m pro-choice).”
So, what do we say to women that are fed up with this sort of nonsense? Are American girls resigned to accepting that Planned Parenthood and abortion activists are their voice in the 21st century? Must women’s empowerment and girl power forever be hinged to a faulty belief that life only has value if it is wanted, healthy, or convenient?
As a millennial mother of young daughters, I want so much better for my girls and their peers. I don’t want Planned Parenthood, or Disney for that matter, teaching them what womanhood should look like.
To grow up in a sex-saturated, convenience-centric culture that tells girls their path toward success involves squashing the “patriarchy” and killing their children is tough. With that in mind, let’s do our part to make sure our real princesses aren’t indoctrinated by these sorts of lies while watching the next Moana or Rapunzel on the big screen.
The best way to combat bad ideas is with good ones. This means that we must show little girls a better way forward. A way that Planned Parenthood, for all of their platitudes about helping women, will never understand.
How can we do this?
By embracing our femininity. By not talking down to men. By not putting up with condescension from men. By honoring the gift of motherhood. By facing unforeseen circumstances with courage and compassion.
So, although Planned Parenthood will continue to champion their fake, bankrupt version of women’s empowerment, let’s commit to bringing up girls that know better. It’s time to raise a generation of princesses that know their worth and can see Planned Parenthood’s poisonous, rotten fruit for what it really is: a toxic ideology that corrupts our children and leaves hurting women and dead babies in its wake.