Planned Parenthood continues to exert influence over the culture on issues of sex and abortion, launching a new online mobile app that gives sex instructions and advice 13 to 17-year-old teens who are attempting to navigate sex issues.
The chatroom-style app features a gender-neutral AI bot named “Roo,” who is designed to answer kids’ most pressing questions about sex that they’re too embarrassed to ask their parents. As one would expect, the bot has an extremely liberal take on sexual issues — we asked it several questions and got some eye-opening and disturbing responses.
For example, when asking Roo about what is the appropriate age to have sex (remember, these are 13 to 17-year-old teens) here’s the reply:
So, if your 13-year-old is wondering about sex, Planned Parenthood’s bot will inform him or her that any age is OK to begin sexual intercourse. But if you wait until the old age of 17, you’re a late bloomer! They even created a GIF to go along with it, emphasizing the “anything goes” approach:
“You do you” the meme reads.
Exactly the answer you’d expect from an organization that makes the lion’s share of their revenue from abortions — what better way to keep business rolling than encouraging a bunch of young teens to have sex whenever they feel they’re ready for it?
On the topic of oral sex, Planned Parenthood’s liberal sex bot advises these young teens to use condoms or “dental dams,” while urging regular testing to make oral sex “way safer” and “more fun.”
This AI sex bot never even seems to consider suggesting abstinence as a great way to keeping oneself STD free. But when asked about abstinence, the bot does say that it’s “totally normal” to practice abstinence. When defining abstinence, however, Roo gives this peculiar answer: “You get to decide for yourself what sex and abstinence mean for you.” They provide their own definition of what it means, but urge teens that they can create their own version of it.
So what does the bot say about abortion? We asked, “Is abortion safe?” and here’s the response:
It’s incredibly safe! What a relief to know no one gets hurt or injured during an abortion — well, except for the baby that’s being killed. Other than that, Roo wants you to know that nothing bad happens with abortion.
Roo claims to offer answers and definitions of terms, so we asked for more details on this safe practice of abortion. Does it kill a baby? Here’s the reply:
Roo appears to be stumped! We then decided to take a step back and see if they had their own definition of abortion, which they do:
Ok, so they don’t know if abortion is killing a baby. But they DO know that abortion ends a pregnancy. So do they know what a pregnancy is?
Interestingly, it seems whenever Roo might provide an answer that would condemn the things Planned Parenthood focuses on, he/she comes up empty. Here are a few others we tried to get Roo to answer:
Seems like Roo has some updating that needs to be done.
This seems to be nothing more than another attempt at propaganda, and it’s being widely celebrated.
According to Ad Age, Planned Parenthood teamed up with Work & Co to design and develop Roo, which launched Thursday.
Ad Age offers more details surrounding the app’s main functions:
Since so many teenagers get health information online, the artificial intelligence-powered bot is meant to give fast answers in a judgment-free, anonymous setting in a manner that’s comfortable for the audience — instead of kids going to unchecked online sources or YouTube for important information. Users can find information about anything from puberty, sexually transmitted diseases and pregnancy to crushes and masturbation on Roo, which can be accessed on mobile phones at Roo.PlannedParenthood.org. And if they can’t find what they’re looking for, Roo can connect them to other resources, like live educators via Planned Parenthood’s Chat/Text program.
If you are pro-life and are looking for ways to contribute to protecting the lives of the unborn, visit www.endabortionnow.com.