An undercover video taken at an Indiana Planned Parenthood captured the shocking advice a staff member gave to a teen about bondage, whips, sexual role-play and Internet porn.
The undercover video was filmed by an activist from the pro-life group “Live Action” who posed as a 15-year-old girl and told the female employee that she was thinking about becoming sexually active.
The woman suggested the girl read “50 Shades of Grey.”
“You dress in, like, all leather or something, with the whips and handcuffs…” the employee said. “It just depends on what type of pain you can take.”
The woman also recommended sex toys and porn websites.
“So. It’s – it’s called [porn site]. It’s a free porn site that you don’t get any viruses off of,” she said. “Like there’s categories that you, can click on the categories, and it’s just rows of whatever you want to watch."
The worker has since been fired by the Planned Parenthood of Indiana and Kentucky, the Daily Caller reports.
“This video clearly does not reflect our professional standards or training protocols,” Planned Parenthood President and CEO Betty Cockrum said in a statement. "This video does not reflect the work our dedicated employees do every day, nor the experience shared by parents and teens who participate in our programs.”
Live Action founder Lila Rose claims the Planned Parenthood website itself promotes the same “bondage, sadomasochism, and other forms of dangerous sexual activity for teenagers.”
“This is just business as usual for Planned Parenthood,” Rose said.
Mothers told WTHR that they were disturbed by the footage.
"They should not be talking about any of that. Everything they were saying is inappropriate," said Jill Traub, the mother of a 15-year-old girl. "I think it's terrible."
"I don't like that [conversation] without a parent," said new mother Stephanie Marshall.
"No, I wouldn't want somebody else talking to my kid about this stuff," Sarah Solodow said.
"I would be furious. Literally furious. I would probably go there and have a talk with the person there," Solodow added. "I mean I didn't even know about stuff like that when I was 15."