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sounds so fine

By Leila (articles ) | Dec 22, 2003

Joan Malin, Chief Executive of Planned Parenthood of New York City, has a letter in today's New York Times that elegantly demonstrates the exquisite ability of that organization to hoodwink the honest but naive majority into letting them continue corrupting our youth. Also to twist any datum to suit their agenda.

"We have begun correcting these errors through classroom work and poster campaigns. Promising results suggest that reducing misperceptions of social norms can help young people resist peer pressure and act according to their own values."

Translation: "Whatever whatever (are you asleep yet?) and be convinced to be slaves to their sexuality as explicated by PP via classroom work and poster campaigns, which will then become their own values."

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