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This week, Planned Parenthood of New York City launched a campaign in attempts to boost donations to their establishments. The campaign included a folded handout featuring a cheap condom and an even cheaper message.

Planned Parenthood has been a long-time promoter of promiscuity under the guise of feminism and women’s empowerment. The reality, however, paints a very different picture.

In an article published by Psychology Today, Dr. Fredric Neuman discussed the link between promiscuous behavior in women and feelings of insecurity and jealousy. Several psychologists came together in an article on promoting promiscuity and the rise of fatherless homes.

The behavior being promoted as empowering has been determined to cause women to feel cheap to both themselves and others around them. Sadly, this is not the only trap set for women and young girls by the abortion biz.

While the message of their fundraiser was certainly eye-grabbing, one cannot ignore the generous gift adorning the inside of Planned Parenthood’s hand-out. Giving out condoms while promoting casual sex seems both sensible and responsible.

However, the trap lies in what the average person cannot see, an uncostly gift and a very probable and quick arrival at Planned Parenthood’s true goal, abortion.

According to Consumer Report, Planned Parenthood’s condoms are one of the worst brands on the market. With this knowledge, Planned Parenthood continues to distribute them, which has led critics to speculate whether or not it is an intentional act to drive in their number one money-maker.

Whether or not this is part of a bigger scheme to drive up abortion numbers, no one can deny the facts. Promiscuous behavior has led to some very anti-woman results, and handing out defective condoms is highly unprofessional.

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