It Just Depends What Kind of Pain You Can Take (Warning: NOT for Kids.)

It Just Depends What Kind of Pain You Can Take (Warning: NOT for Kids.) June 11, 2014

It just depends what kind of pain you can take.  

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Ok. So what do you want for your daughter?

Law school?

A loving husband, kids and a home of her own?

How about sitting on the podium as she is sworn in as governor of a state?

Does anything you hope when you look at your little girl include whips, chains, and sado-masochism, including anal sex?

Do you want your 15-year-old daughter being counseled (at tax-payer expense, I might add) on the ins and outs of “kink.” Do you want her young mind warped to the point that she views sex as something where the question is how much pain can you take?

If you have a son, do any of your hopes for him revolve around sick relationships based on hurting his wife or girlfriend? Do you like the idea of your son in chains while a dominatrix whips him?

If the answer to these questions is “no,” then I have a couple of follow-up questions for you. Why are you sending your son or daughter to public schools where they will be taught these things in sex education classes? If you haven’t demanded to see how your Congressperson voted on funding for Planned Parenthood, why not?

The Live Action videos below show a Planned Parenthood counselor, complete with the comforting medical symbolism of scrubs and stethoscope, counseling what she thought was a 15-year-old girl. This counselor goes into detail with this young girl about how to go about engaging in sado-masochistic sexual behavior, including anal sex with her 17-year-old boyfriend. The counselor even coyly mentions the possibility of sending a friend in to a store to buy “sex toys” for these underage kids.

I’ve put three fairly graphic videos below. None of them are for kids, even though this kind of talk is routinely given to kids as “sex education” and the song is promoted and sold in the venues they watch.

The first video, which is taken from The Young Turks, begins with one member of a panel that is discussing the exposure of young girls to beating through music decrying the situation. He is promptly answered by another panel member who says that the song being quoted is by Rihanna, a singer who was beaten up by her boyfriend and is now back with him.

Frankly, I don’t see how that makes this ok. It seems to me that the fact that Rihanna was beaten up by her boyfriend pretty much puts a face to this sickness.

My indignation is struggling with my desire to make a point here. In truth, I would like to just ask people how stupid they really are to allow their children to be exposed to this trash.

I guess, despite how repulsed I feel, that is the question. We can’t keep this off the airwaves. We can’t keep it off cable television. And it appears that, no matter which political party we vote for, we can’t stop our taxes going to pay for it. Our schools aren’t doing such a hot job on basic education, but they are very successful at teaching kids to accept and “explore” sexual perversion of every type.

So, what are parents who care — as opposed to those who clearly don’t — supposed to do? I’ve already said several times that I homeschooled my kids. That is one answer, for at least some people. But it’s only part of it. As the Planned Parenthood counselor noted, porn sites are easy to find on the internet. If we want to protect our kids, we have to limit their access to the internet and cut off some of the cable channels that go to our house.

Even more important, we have to spend time with our kids. I don’t mean time spent driving them from one lesson and one activity to another. I mean time spent together as a family, just kicking back.

Look at the videos below and decide what you think.

Live Action video of Planned Parenthood counselor “teaching” a 15-year-old girl about bondage, domination, sadism, masochism and anal sex.

Planned Parenthood video, once again teaching about “kink” sex.

Rihanna, S&M. Rihanna is the woman in the photo at the top of this post.


In another take on the issue, Joanne McPortland raises the question — which occurred to me as well — as to what kind of burned-out teens are we dealing with that need sex toys and “kink” to supplement their adolescent hormones in providing excitement about sex? It’s a valid question indeed.


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24 responses to “It Just Depends What Kind of Pain You Can Take (Warning: NOT for Kids.)”

  1. Very sad stuff. Need to keep praying for our youth and those who seek to hurt them.
    Rebecca, how can I email you an article I want to send you so as not to go off topic? It has to do with a prayer request from a priest in Iraq. Can I just post it here and then you delete afterwards? All your readers should see it too.

      • I do not use Facebook. Anyway, I will wait and see if you comment on the current events in Iraq later.

        Let us keep praying for our youth as they are our future and our hope.

        Thanks again for your insight, Rebecca. I know and believe the Lord has good things in store for you and your gifts.

  2. OMG, this is appalling. I’m not going to watch the videos. And PP is supposed to have women’s interests in mind? What a joke that is.

    • ‘And PP is supposed to have women’s interests in mind?’ Not really, especially if you are a female fetus.

  3. I have been navigating my teens thru public school and while I don’t want to blanket judge or be naive, it takes a lot of prayer and effort regardless of Ed choice given our culture. My daughter just graduated a strong and wonderful young woman with catholic values which she learned in the home. My son finished his soph year and is going to nationals in debate next week. He knows about respecting women because I felt so strongly about installing it. We went from my censorship to giving the understanding and wisdom to censor for themselves as they mature. I’ve definitely made my mistakes but We work and pray at it as a family. Parents must have those values first and care enough to fight the culture. I know you are on to something here especially with PP even though I haven’t seen this example in our public schools.

    • It sounds like you are a wonderful mother Peggy. What you’ve accomplished with your kids in that environment is incredible.

      • I give credit to having good parents, a good education, faith and sacraments. My town is too small to put up with PP in the schools. Our schools aren’t perfect but strong parents have helped. Our diocese has many challenges too. We all need to stand up more for our children and other issues these days. Your posts spark many good discussions in our home and I’m truly thankful.

  4. Our school district Sex Ed program doesn’t have anything to do with PP. The last time this came up here, I called the school to double check.

  5. My 2 children are now adults and both attended public schools. I would suggest that this is not happening everywhere—-all public schools aren’t “bad” anymore than all kids who are home schooled are always solid citizens. As mentioned by peggy-o below, her children have gotten and are getting their examples from home. Not all children have that kind of home life, so I would suggest that if this is shown to/taught to kids that those with less secure home lives might be attracted to it—also some might have already seen it in their life. Ultimately a child will grow and do whatever they choose to and all we can do is try to teach them the “good from the not good” and hope they choose the good. I know my son did stuff I wouldn’t have approved of when he was a teen. (not what is mentioned above). Now as an adult, he is a kind and gentle man with a son of his own. My daughter too has grown to be a wonderful loving woman. As a young woman in college she used PP for several reasons, but I never heard stories about being taught what you mentioned in the article, Rebecca. Maybe they weren’t doing that in the early 1990’s . Both my children received their major sex ed at church, from members who knew their stuff. (when they didn’t ask me or their father). Of course we as parents were told what was going to be taught and signed permission etc for them to attend. The kids were going to be allowed to ask any questions they had. No topic was off limits. As to what was taught in their public schools? i suspect it was still the really benign stuff I was taught way back when, in the old days, which really didn’t teach me anything. 🙂 As adults they are not innocent in the knowledge of things that you mentioned.

  6. How is this video and PP promoting anything wholesome and healthy for anyone, especially a teenager. It is too bad this isn’t on the news as it certainly has shock value. I feel a combination of rage and disgust. How dare that woman encourage that for a teenage girl. How does this not increase sex trafficking? Awful, and, No, my congressman does not vote for PP.

  7. Very well said! I homeschooled and am now on my local school board to keep the filth of PP FAR away from my district.

  8. I’ll ask the same question here that I posted on Ms. McPortland’s article – is ‘bondage, domination, sadism, masochism and anal sex’ really a widespread topic in government school ‘health’ (sic) classes? The specific examples here are purely from Planned Parenthood, but their moral relativism is no surprise in the least.

    • I was kind of taken aback by that assertion too. The young people I know are all in their 20s now, and they were homeschooled. I can tell you this is not on their radar. In fact, they think it’s crazy.

      I do believe that is the new thing to hard sell to kids. I’ve seen articles, especially on Yahoo’s news site promoting it. In fact, that’s why I switched to Google.

      What about those of you who have teens in the public schools? How ubiquitous is this?

      • None of that was taught to my kids in public school and they are both in their early 40’s now. Most of their “sex ed” was at our UU church when they were teens. The parents were, of course, told what was going to be taught and signed permission for them to attend. However, it was made clear that no question was off limits to the teachers. They would be given honest answers to their questions, which was fine with us. The folks teaching were qualified to do so, and we never regretted having them attend the sessions.

        • I’ve heard from kids who’ve been in sex ed courses in the public schools. It’s pretty rank. However, one thing to remember is that parents who allow their kids to watch cable television are also exposing them to prurient sexual violence on a repeated basis.

          • Obviously not what I was taught—mine was very, very uninformative. My kids never mentioned their sex ed course given in their public school. Much more accurate and informative at the church course. Yes, cable can be a problem without supervision of shows. However computers also offer a source of things sexual and violent so until a certain age, supervision should be happening with the kids. The older the kids, the harder supervision is. Off to college and they are on their own.

      • I’m scared of the day my son will be paid $5 to attend a Planned Parenthood TOP class- sponsored by the federal Department of Health. Bill Diss lost his job fighting this stuff.

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