Who is Planned Parenthood?

Planned Parenthood originated in the early part of the century. Its founder was Margaret Sanger.

She was born in Corning, New York in 1883. She  worked as a nurse for many years among the poor of New York City.

Sanger believed that women should have economic and social equality with men. She thought that, to achieve such equality, women needed to avoid unwanted pregnancy. She originated the term "Birth Control".

She joined the socialist party, became a feminist, and devoted her life to promoting birth control.

Sanger founded the Birth Control League in 1921, to promote family planning. The league became the Planned Parenthood Federation of America in 1942.

Sanger died in 1966.

The Philosophy.


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Child Killing is the solution to personal problems , to overpopulation in nations.

Many environmental groups back the "child pruning" initiatives of PP.
Some of these organizations are the Sierra Club, the World Population Council, etc.

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