The classic Twilight Zone episode “To Serve Man” gave us one of pop culture’s most memorable plot twists, in which a seemingly benevolent alien race comes to Earth promising to make hunger and war obsolete. They leave behind the titular book, which translators realize too late isn’t about serving mankind’s needs at all—“it’s a cookbook!”
Planned Parenthood’s name contains a similarly malevolent double meaning. The sales pitch may be helping people avoid parenthood until they’re ready, by their real plan is to encourage as many unwanted parenthoods as possible, to keep demand for their services flowing.
This is what we should expect from a business whose pro-promiscuity agenda includes telling teens “there’s a little bit of slut in all of us,” thinking five-year-olds “need to know” about sexual pleasure, and giving HIV-positive teens permission to hide that fact from their partners. They don’t want people better equipped to plan desired parenthoods. Unwanted, soon-to-be-aborted parenthoods are the plan.