Alaska’s most notorious abortion business is looking to hire a youth group leader to recruit Anchorage teens for ideologically driven programs that advocate for gender fluidity, expansion of abortion access, explicit sex education in schools and contraception for minors without parental knowledge.
Planned Parenthood is seeking a community outreach educator to lead its Anchorage-based Teen Council – a group that teaches children how to disseminate the abortion business’ message to fellow youth in schools and youth organizations around the city.
Aside from championing abortion rights for minors, while keeping parents in the dark, Planned Parenthood pushes many of the most radical political and social goals of the LGBT movement, including hormonal treatment for youth who wish to block puberty in order to look like members of the opposite sex. According to the job description, the youth leader must “maintain client confidentiality.”
According to a notice about the Anchorage position, Planned Parenthood wants the youth leader to guide and facilitate teen groups. This includes “recruiting, training and supporting 10-18 teens from high schools.” The youth leader will conduct personal outreach to youth, expand Planned Parenthood’s services, and try to forge partnerships and opportunities with other youth organizations around the city.
As a national organization, Planned Parenthood has benefited from billions in taxpayer funds to promote its pro-abortion message across the nation. Last year the organization took in more than $600 million in taxpayer funds despite significant cuts to the program by President Donald Trump through the Title X Family Planning programs. The president’s current budget proposal would eliminate taxpayer funding for Planned Parenthood through the U.S. Department of Labor & Health & Human Services as well as through the United Nation’s Population Fund.
For its new Anchorage position, Planned Parenthood claims to provide generous time off, competitive compensation, an attractive benefits package that includes medical, dental and vision coverage, life insurance, short and long term disability coverage, transportation benefits, as well as a retirement plan with matching contributions by employer.