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Joe Camel Evil, Condom Pops Fun

Hey remember when Joe Camel was declared evil because he appealed to children to try something that was dangerous for them. But it's perfectly awesome for Planned Parenthood to entice young people to have sex with lollipops.

Hey, before this the only people to correlate candy with child sex were driving around schoolyards in unmarked vans. But now we have a federally funded private organization doing it. Ah, progress.

In recognition of National Condom Week and National Condom Month, Planned Parenthood of West and Northern Michigan this month began distributing more than 6,000 free Valentine's Day-themed "condom pops" in the community.
"It's a fun way to remind people to be safe," said Julie McKeiver, director of communications for Planned Parenthood of West and Northern Michigan.

McKeiver said the campaign encourages sexually active individuals to talk to their partners about using condoms to protect against unintended pregnancies, HIV/AIDS and other sexually transmitted illnesses.
Each condom pop consists of two condoms, a lollipop and information about safe sex adorned with the slogan, "Wear. No matter what." This does nothing less than encourage children to have sex. And we're paying for it.

HT Pewsitter


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The Byzantine Bandit said...

Dude, your satire's not funny. Oh wait... Yeah, the fact that it's true makes it even more un-funny.

Anonymous said...

I'm still trying to figure out just *how* young people have sex with lollipops...

Sophia's Favorite said...

@The Byzantine Bandit: develop a taste for bitter cosmic irony and this world becomes a laugh riot.

Alipius said...
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Alipius said...

A no-brainer: PP NEEDS children and teens to have sex, because it will ultimately lead to more unwanted pregnancies, which will lead to more abortions that will be provided by... Surprise, surprise! It's not about sexual education, it's not about choice, it's not about health, it's not about safety. It's all about the dough!

KCKim said...

My mother thought the world was an evil place when I was a 20-something. Now my son's a 20-something and I'm just terrified for what kind of life his future children will have. Sooner or later, society will hit rock bottom and up will be the only way out. . . but my heart cries for all those who will have to deal with life before rock bottom is struck. God help them.

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