Former abortion clinic manager, Carol Everett has been a vocal pro-life advocate for a while now. Several times now I have heard her describe how they sell abortions to the youth.
(For those unaware, Carol Everett, post-abortive herself, worked for an abortionist in Texas and in the surrounding states. Though she was not an abortionist herself, she participated in many abortion procedures, assisting the “doctors.” Her expertise, it turns out, was in how she could sell abortions. She changed business models and interactions at the abortion mills she worked at, doubling the business for her boss, the abortionist.
Everett sold so many abortions while running multiple abortion clinics simultaneously in the 1980’s that she pulled in six-figure salaries. That was even bigger money back then than it is now. You can read more about her story in this personal testimony.)
What follows are excerpts from an interview Everett did in August 2015 for Lost Arts Radio.
She explains the abortion industry seeks to become the “sexperts” in the lives of the youth. Everett explains, “And then they go into our schools with sex education… They have the children questioning their parents and their opinions and they (the abortion proponents) are becoming the experts—the sexperts—in these children’s lives.” She also explains how they deliberately try to get children as young as kindergartners to break down their sense of modest by encouraging the children to show their private parts to one another.
After breaking down natural inclinations of modesty, the sex education Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers offer remains insidious. Everett explains, “Planned Parenthood and the abortion industry have a marketing plan to sell abortions. When we were in the abortion industry, our—my—goal was three to five abortions for every female between the ages of 13 and 18,” Everett told Lost Arts Radio. How did Everett sell abortions to teens as young as 13?
Everett continues, “If [the female teenager] starts using birth control very early—abortion as a method of birth control very early— she will continue to use it as a method of birth control throughout her childbearing years.
“So there is two ways that Planned Parenthood reaches out to market their abortion product. And the first one is well-woman care. And they get the women in, and they do an annual physical on them, and they give her either a low-dose birth control pill that in order to work must be taken accurately and at the same time every single day or they pass out defective condoms. So they give out birth control that will not work.”
She explains that the low-dose contraceptives would be effective only if the young woman took the drugs at the same time each day. But the abortion providers know that teens cannot do anything at the same time each day, so the pills would fail. Knowing that failure rate was baked into their strategy to sell abortions.
The next step was to tell the teenagers that the abortion clinic serves them by being available to ‘take care of the problem’ of an unplanned pregnancy.
It is an effective marketing model. In effect they are saying, “Hey, buy these drugs from us, so you can keep having sex. And when—not if—these drugs fail, we will make even more money off you when you come back to us to ‘take care of the problem.’”
It is a proven method to sell abortions: First, break down cultural norms against sex. Then get the kids having sex, even with contraception. Then sell abortions to them when they are not prepared for parenthood.
Teenagers are not the only ones who fall into this cycle. This may as well describe many women in the country. After all, one in three American women, it is said, have had an abortion, sadly.
What do you make of the abortion industry’s strategy to sell abortions?
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