Scouts and Abortion
Question: Why did the draft Girls Statement the Girl Scout leaders handed to girls to work on at the UN promote abortion by calling upon governments to “ensure that girls have access to information and services regarding reproductive and sexual health?” (Emphasis added.)
parents aware that GSUSA is a member
of the National Collaboration for Youth (NCY) and that NCY's home page
connects girls to the pro-abortion Spark Action website? Spark Action promotes pro-abortion activism like the "We Had Abortions" campaign, Medical Students for Choice, and Catholics for a Free Choice.
Question: Are parents aware that a link on GSUSA’s website sends girls to do research on the website of the pro-abortion Global Fund for Women (GFW), an organization that seeks to protect “women's right to reproductive choice” and works “to decriminalize and expand access to safe abortion?"
Question: Are parents aware that another link on that same GSUSA web page sends girls to do research on the website of the pro-abortion organization Amnesty International and that Timothy Higdon, Chief of External Affairs for GSUSA at one time was one of the highest paid executives at Amnesty International?
Click here to see an article announcing the official position of the Catholic Church which withdrew from Amnesty International because of its position on abortion.
Ms. Germain, President Emerita of the pro-abortion International Women’s Health Coalition, and co-author of “Expanding Access to Safe Abortion: Strategies for Action” is one of the world’s most prominent abortion rights activists.
Question: Why does the Girl Scouts’ Journey handbook Mission: Sisterhood promote as a role model for Girl Scouts the feminist icon and abortion activist, Gloria Steinem, who co-founded Ms. Magazine, a publication that became famous after launching its “We Had Abortions” campaign?
Question: Why did the Girl Scouts present the Juliette Gordon Low Award to abortion activist Kavita Ramdas, former CEO and President of the pro-abortion Global Fund for Women and feature her as their keynote speaker at a convention?
Question: Why do Girl Scouts promote in their Journey book, Your Voice, Your World: The Power of Advocacy, as one of the “Voices for Good” Hillary Clinton for her controversial 1993 health care bill? Clinton’s 1993 health care plan would have expanded government funding for abortion.
Question: Do Girl Scout parents know that the GSUSA Journey book, Your Voice, Your World: The Power of Advocacy promotes feminist icon and abortion rights leader Betty Friedan, founder of the National Organization for Women (NOW) and NARAL Pro-Choice America, as a role model for Girls?
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