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Planned Parenthood Sex Education and the ‘Dental Dams’ Lie

We apologize for this information, but as we allow our children to be assaulted this way in school we cannot expect to be too sensitive ourselves. We have “sanitized” the article. – Judith Gelernter Reisman and Thomas R. Hampson

Behold, I send you forth as sheep in the midst of wolves,” Matthew 10:16

The Kinsey Cult

Ira Reiss, a Sociologist and Professor Emeritus at Minnesota University was a charter member of Kinsey’s Sex Cult. His papers, articles, and audio and video recordings already are housed at the Kinsey Institute, 57 years of his work so far.  Reiss, like other Kinsey disciples, advocated the production of pornography and its display for “training” purposes to prepare students entering the new sexuality fields spawned by Kinsey’s supposed revelations on sex.  Kinsey gleefully directed the development of these training materials, which during the late 60’s, started to be called Sexuality Attitude Restructuring (later re-named Reassessment) (SAR) sessions.

These training sessions are promoted as sexual desensitization seminars, pornographic extravaganzas of all manner of enthusiastic sexual activities presented to groups of men and women as training to become certified therapists, counselors, educators or researchers, etc, in matters of sex and sexuality. Viewing these images triggers sexual arousal, (blush) actually changing their brains, minds and memories. Even the New York Times, quoting the science on brain change and plasticity noted, “the vicarious thrill of watching sex, it turns out, is not so vicarious after all.”[1] In addition to desensitizing sexologists to the images of heterosexual activities, sado-masochism, group sex, sodomy, the use of sex “toys” (apparatus) and other unmentionables, the sex leaders also hold small group discussions to explore the participants’ attitudes and biases in order to neutralize any ‘negative’ views.

But the stated purpose of these sessions is not the whole story, or even the real story.

Early on, these sessions were not used to merely desensitize, and encourage acceptance of all sex acts but as indoctrination into a “sex positive” mindset.  Such training has been a requirement for certification by the American Association of Sex Educators and Counselors (AASEC) which later became the American Association of Sex Educators Counselors and Therapists (AASECT).  Indeed, leaders often pressured participants into sexual experimentation with each other.

Reiss revealed this in his book, An Insider’s View of Sexual Science since Kinsey, recounting his experience at an 8 day SAR session in San Francisco in 1972.  At the time, Reiss already was a professor at the University of Minnesota where its medical school was one the first in the country to offer SAR training to medical students.  But it was a new, untested program.

The director of U of M’s SAR program had secured a grant from the Playboy Foundation to send 25 couples from the University, all expenses paid, to San Francisco to receive training from the group that had followed on Kinsey’s practices, the National Sex Forum (NSF) (aka: the National Sex and Drug Forum).  The purpose was to improve the programming at Minnesota.  Reiss and wife were among the volunteers for the Playboy sponsored training of future national sex education. Reiss reports:

“The view presented by many of the staff was supportive of people trying out the full variety of sexual acts that exist (S and M, gay, extramarital, group sex, etc.).  The supposed purpose was to allow people to break through their old restrictive sexual attitudes.  I had no objection to offering such options.  However, as they elaborated, it became clear that this support of broad experimentation was more than just permission giving—it was presented as a demand to experiment.”[2]

When Reiss resisted, the SAR leaders ridiculed him, one of them saying, “Are you hostile to group sex or gay sex, and is that why [you are] so cautious about trying something new?  Are you biased?”[3]

Reiss explained that he did not object to the idea of such activity, or even to promoting such experimentation.  Rather, he objected to making it a demand instead of merely encouraging it.

And promoting and demanding and forcing freewheeling sexual libertinism, SAR trainers have been doing for over 40 years now.

While AASECT requires SAR training as an element in their certification standards, the Kinsey Institute is still involved and Planned Parenthood has joined in.  In 2007 Planned Parenthood of Indiana, the Kinsey Institute and AASECT cooperated in staging a SAR training at an Episcopal Retreat Center (of all places).  SAR trainings take place continually all over the country every year.  Those attending become the “experts” who write the sex education materials, who teach the teachers who put on the programs that “inform” our children about healthy sexuality.

Mentally and emotionally corrupted graduates of the SAR training become the “experts” who design sex-ed courses and teach our children. Thus, they have “determined” that the body’s solid waste exit is a “genital” as it is described in the currently used sex education program in Hawaii; that sexual excitement from urine is just normal sex play, endorsed by a Massachusetts Department of Public Health book distributed to Massachusetts children; that orgies are natural entertainment, that pornographic sex addiction is a myth; that it’s normal for children to have sex and that they have the right to choose whatever sexual activity they may think to try; and that sodomy (legalized 6-3 in 2003) is healthy sexual practice for all sexual orientations.

The whole purpose of these “sex positive” programs is not to liberate adults from their Victorian moral prisons but to indoctrinate children into an unrestrained, sexually available lifestyle. Even if such “programs” are not being taught in all schools yet, this material is available on multiple websites and widely promoted to all comers, regardless of age.  The Kinsey Institute, SIECUS, Planned Parenthood, AASECT, and others all provide sites that extoll the virtues of unrestrained sexual experimentation.

Is it any wonder that youthful STD’s, pregnancies, abortions and abuse are pandemic?

Which brings us to one of the big lies spread by these organizations: safe/safer sex.

dental dams pamphletNow: The Dental Dam Lie

After telling children that they must use the condom properly; unroll it, check carefully for any holes, full directions for putting on, etc., Minnesota AIDS Project experts (SAR graduates) tell youngsters they can cut and use plastic wrap as a “barrier” when a child has oral contact with “the opening at the end of the alimentary canal through which solid waste matter leaves the body,”[4] known by other cruder jargons.

What?

After all the care telling children to assure the condom is in perfect condition, sex experts endorse plastic wrap!?  A child asked me once “if we don’t have plastic wrap, can we use tin foil?”

This Minnesota AIDS Project advertisement teaches children how to make their own dental dam.

Proper Use for Dental Dams

“A rubber dam and accessories is a device composed of a thin sheet of latex with a hole in the center intended to isolate a tooth from fluids in the mouth during dental procedures … The device includes the rubber dam, rubber dam clamp, rubber dam frame, and forceps for a rubber dam clamp. This classification does not include devices intended for use in preventing transmission of sexually transmitted diseases through oral sex…”[5] (Italics added)

sheer dental dam“We know of no other latex dam cleared by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for protection against STDs[6] for” oral sodomy, or oral contact with that opening at the end of the alimentary canal through which solid waste matter leaves the body.” “*NOTE: Unlike Sheer Glyde Dams, dental dams were never intended for, tested or proven to be an effective barrier for the prevention of the transmission of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs). (Italics added)[7]  And there is the warning:

“Warning: Do not use during penetrating penile/vaginal or penile/anal intercourse.”[8]

Requests for documentation from sales@glydehealth.com for all three approvals await.  So far, weeks have passed and we’ve heard nothing.  And we probably won’t either.  Documentation we obtained from the FDA specifically states that the dams are NOT to be used for oral/anal sex.

Which brings us back to Reiss, Planned Parenthood, the Kinsey Institute, and AASECT at their Retreat on Sexuality at the Episcopal Retreat Center. For Planned Parenthood has brainwashed thousands of teachers, counselors, educators, lawyers, judges, doctors for five or six decades.

“If you choose to have vaginal or anal intercourse, use condoms every time. They can reduce the risk of HPV. They are not as effective against HPV as they are against other infections such as chlamydia and HIV. But they greatly reduce the risk of HPV infection. You can use condoms, Sheer Glyde dams, dental dams, or plastic wrap during oral sex to further reduce the risk.”[9]

Now, it is time to bring this into the courtroom. Do “condoms” and homemade, mislabeled “dental dams” give the protection Planned Parenthood claims, or are they just an excuse to hypersexualize younger and younger children, groom them, and leave them increasingly vulnerable to disease, even death, and sexual abuse by peers and adults?  Let us hear from you if you have been victimized by believing the lies that were told in school about condoms, never approved by the FDA for sodomy, and so-called “dental dam” safety.

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REFERENCES:

[1] Cells That Read Minds, Jan. 10, 2006, http://www.nytimes.com/2006/01/10/science/10mirr.html?pagewanted=all&_r=0.

[2] Ira Reiss, An Insider’s View of Sexual Science since Kinsey, Roman and Littlefield, Inc., New York, p. 64.

[3] Ibid.

[4] http://www.oxforddictionaries.com/us/definition/american_english/anus?q=anus.

[5] http://www.accessdata.fda.gov/scripts/cdrh/cfdocs/cfcfr/cfrsearch.cfm?fr=872.6300.

[6] http://www.gamelink.com/display_product.jhtml?id=294017. Sites for general “health” aids as well as school health claiming safety: www.nakedtruth.idaho.gov/dental-dams.aspx‎ brown.edu/…/sexual…sex_and…/dental_dams.php‎  www.gc.cuny.edu/…/What-are-Dental-Dams…‎ studenthealth.oregonstate.edu/…/dental_dam. https://www.rochester.edu/…/SexualHealth/ https://www.optionsforsexualhealth.org/sexual…/sexually…/oral-dams‎, etc., etc.

[7] http://www.gamelink.com/display_product.jhtml?id=294017. Sites for general “health” aids as well as school health claiming safety: www.nakedtruth.idaho.gov/dental-dams.aspx‎ brown.edu/…/sexual…sex_and…/dental_dams.php‎  www.gc.cuny.edu/…/What-are-Dental-Dams…‎ studenthealth.oregonstate.edu/…/dental_dam. https://www.rochester.edu/…/SexualHealth/ https://www.optionsforsexualhealth.org/sexual…/sexually…/oral-dams‎, etc., etc.

[8] http://www.drugstore.com/sheer-glyde-dams-protective-barrier-creme-vanilla-flavor/qxp55546

[9] http://m.plannedparenthood.org/mt/www.plannedparenthood.org/hudsonpeconic/cervical-cancer-38430.htm.

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