Tuesday, May 31, 2011

TIMELINE: A History with Planned Parenthood, United Nations, Radicals & More

Connections Through the Years

source: http://www.honestgirlscouts.com/discover_pp_history.html

This compilation of dates and entries has been garnered from internet links, and website research. If there are errors, omissions, incomplete information, etc., please contact HonestGirlScouts@gmail.com with corrections.


  • "Children and Youth in National Planning and Development in Asia" by UNICEF, lists WAGGGS and IPPF as fellow NGOs.


  • Betty Friedan, radical feminist activist, co-founder of NOW (National Organization of Women) and NARAL (National Abortion and Reproductive Rights Action League) joins the National Board of GSUSA and stays until 1982.


  • The word "Loyalty" is dropped from the oath under Betty Friedan's guidance on the Girl Scout National Board.


  • "Women Two Thousand" by Centre for Social Development and Humanitarian Affairs (United Nations). Branch for the Advancement of Women, United Nations. Division for the Advancement of Women, lists WAGGGS and IPPF as fellow NGOs.


  • "Who is Who at the Earth Summit, Rio de Janeiro 1992" by Hans J. Keller, lists WAGGGS and IPPF as fellow NGOs.

  • GSUSA decides to put asterisk next to "God" and permits atheists/agnostics to use their own words in "The Girl Scout Promise"


  • "Family planning: meeting challenges, promoting choices" by Pramilla Senanayake, Ronald Louis Kleinman, International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF), includes the following admission that Girl Scouts deliver up girls as "youth leaders" to participate in Planned Parenthood activities:
"This project began in 1990 with funding provided by the United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA)... It is co-ordinated by the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) in collaboration with the World Health Organization (WHO), the League of Red Cross and Red Crescent Societies, the World Assembly of Youth, the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS), the World Organization of the Scout Movement (WOSM) and the World Young Women's Christian Assocation (YWCA).

In Senagal, Xall Yoon was developed during a national five-day workshop in which young people from WAGGGS, WOSM, YMCA, national NGOs and representatives of five government ministries participated...

...During the subsequent four days of this participatory workshop, the youth (leaders) from the NGOs identified their problems and needs in reproductive health and then devised strategies in the form of Xall Yoon to address these...

...Aims and objectives...

--Training youth leaders in communication, sex education, contraception, abortion, sexually transmitted diseases (STDs), pregnancy, sexual relations, childbirth, child care, etc.; "


  • A Girl Scout mother in Plymouth, Michigan discovered her local Girl Scout leadership manual gave Junior Girl Scouts (ages 9-12) the option of visiting Planned Parenthood to learn about health issues in a "puberty workshop."

  • (SEE IMAGE BELOW) "Youth Information Bulletin: Issue 85, Volume 3" by Centre for Social Development and Humanitarian Affairs (United Nations), United Nations. Division for Social Policy and Development, lists WAGGGS and IPPF as fellow NGOs.

  • "Population et developpement:" by Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development. Development Centre, lists WAGGGS and IPPF as fellow NGOs.


  • The Great Rivers Girl Scout Council in Ohio is caught using explicit sex education curriculum, "Sexuality and You" at a weekend overnight event. When a troop leader disclosed to parents that their girls had been instructed to pass around a lifesize phallus and were exposed to a game where the words "zoophilia," "nymphomania," "sado-masochism" and more were placed on their backs, she was kicked out of Girl Scouts. Twenty-six fellow volunteers resigned in solidarity. One of the twenty-six, Patti Garibay, went on to found American Heritage Girls as a result. [If you want a copy of the "Sexuality and You" curriculum excerpts, contact HonestGirlScouts@gmail.com and verify you are at least 18 years of age.]

  • "The International Law of Youth Rights: Source Documents and Commentary" by William David Angel, lists WAGGGS and IPPF as fellow NGOs.


  • "On My Honor: Lesbians Reflect on their Scouting Experience," by Nancy Manahan, estimates 1 of 3 professional Girl Scouts [GSUSA employees] is a lesbian. [Perhaps that would explain the puzzling entry in 2009?]


  • Patriots' Trail Girl Scout Council in Massachusetts held a volunteer workshop on sexual orientation, working in tandem with the Gay Lesbian Youth Support project "to educate us about overcoming barriers that may exist in our organization and instilling a culture that is inviting to all girls," according to Mary Jo Kane, spokesman for the council. The Girl Scout council developed a mentoring program "for lesbian women and girls dealing with sexual identity." Says Kane, "I can only imagine the energy and leadership that would be unleashed — in society — if we spent our time and resources encouraging our girls — and everyone — to be visible, authentic, and bring 100 percent of themselves to all their experiences."

  • President Clinton welcomed leaders of homosexual organizations to the White House to debut the Girl-Scout-promoted film, "That's A Family!" The video, produced by Women's Educational Media (WEM) educates public schoolchildren about homosexual families. Girl Scout President, Connie Matsui addressed the crowd to explain her enthusiasm for the film.

  • "Scouting and Peace" by WOSM (World Organisation of Scouting Movement), with which Girl Scouts/WAGGGS is a partner, states that:
"The GDV [Global Development Village] was organised by the World Scout Bureau in co-operation with Scouting's main partners in development, such as United Nations agencies (UNEP, UNICEF, WHO), the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) and the Red Cross."


  • Mountain Meadow Girl Scout summer camp in New Jersey was advertised as a "feminist camping experience [for] children of lesbian, gay, transgender … and other progressive families." Children ages nine to fifteen were required to fill out an application asking name, birth date, medications, and "Gender of camper: male/female/other (please explain)."

  • "Young People at the Centre: Participation and Social Change" by Jane Foster, Kumi Naidoo, lists WAGGGS and IPPF as fellow NGOs.


  • (SEE IMAGE BELOW dated 2003) "Nobody's Fool," annual explicit sex education co-ed instruction for 5th-8th Graders held at Planned Parenthood of Waco, Texas, is sponsored by the Girl Scout Bluebonnet Council. A graphic, cartoon-illustrated soft-porn book, "It's Perfectly Normal" is given to each child and lists nine good reasons to have an abortion. [If you want a copy of examples of "It's Perfectly Normal," contact HonestGirlScouts@gmail.com and verify you are at least 18 years of age.]

  • Girl Scout Bluebonnet Council bestowed on Planned Parenthood chief executive Pam Smallwood the title of "Woman of the Year."

  • CEO of GSUSA, Kathy Cloninger admits on the NBC Today Show that local Girl Scout councils are allowed to partner with Planned Parenthood. [To our knowledge, she has not retracted that statement.]

  • Following Cloninger's TV admission, Jim Sedlak of STOPP (Stop Planned Parenthood) and the Americal Life League called the 315 Girl Scout councils to ask if they would confirm or deny relationships with Planned Parenthood. Of the ones willing to answer, 26% admitted they did, but the percentage could be higher since most refused to answer.


  • Girl Scout Council of Greater Minneapolis sponsors event called "Let's Talk." Youth counselors from Planned Parenthood lead the event.

  • Girl Scout Council of Vermont participates in Annual Chittendon County Parent Expo by Planned Parenthood.


  • (SEE IMAGE BELOW) "Choices" by IPPF (International Planned Parenthood), has the following paragraph:
"Youth Organisations are very present and active in supporting and further promoting sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR). Organisations such as the International Federation of Medical Students' Association (IFMSA) or the World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts (WAGGGS) are running projects and activities across Europe and the world. Volunteers of those organisations, in collaboration with the community in most of the cases, are actually running medical centres, organising seminars, providing information training sessions, peer education or simply supporting members of a community."


  • "Good Intentions: The Belief and Values of Teens and Tweens Today" published by the Girl Scout Research Institute, funded by GSUSA. Despite the claim on the website that this survey is a direct follow-up of the 1989 "Girl Scout Survey on the Beliefs and Moral Values of America's Children," there is an unusual emphasis on accepting homosexuals as friends. The original survey mentions only the word "homosexual" once out of 31 questions. The new survey has "gay/lesbian" or "gay or lesbian" 23 times, and is included in half (8 of 16) charts.


  • In March, GSUSA found itself caught in a controversy over an event they hosted at the United Nations (UN) Conference on the Status of Women (CSW). The initial story focused on the possible distribution of an IPPF (International Planned Parenthood Federation) brochure entitled "Happy, Healthy and Hot," which not only gave graphic descriptions of how to give and receive sexual pleasure, but advocated that "young people" [ages 10-24] have "sexual rights" that supercede parental notification of receipt of medical exams, contraception, drugs and medical treatment. Most shocking, is the promotion of the idea that those living with HIV/AIDS have a right to sexual gratification that trumps disclosure of their deadly disease to any prospective partner.

  • The result of the above controversy was the discovery that Girl Scouts of USA (GSUSA) sends teenage delegates to events like the United Nations Conference on the Status of Women all the time, exposing them to organizations like IPPF and UN/UNESCO/UNFPA, WHO, and others while at the same time denying GSUSA is connected to WAGGGS (World Association of Girl Guides and Girl Scouts). This website, HonestGirlScouts.com, is the reaction to the diversionary tactics given to concerned parents and supporters across the United States of America.

  • (SEE IMAGE BELOW) Girls Scouts of NYPENN Pathways partners with Planned Parenthood:
The Real Life. Real Talk.® campaign has seen considerable growth over the past year. Growth that would not have been possible without the commitment and support of our community partners. From hosting events and facilitating programs to technical support, each of our 38 partners brings something unique to the campaign. Real Life. Real Talk. is proud to count the following organizations, faith communities and companies as community partners:
100 Black Men of Syracuse, Inc.
AIDS Community Resources
Bentley & Hoke, LLC
Booker T. Washington Community Center of Auburn
The Children's Consortium
Congregation Beth Sholom - Chevra Shas
CLiC - Community Learning and Information Center
Contact Community Services
Creekside Books & Coffee
Crouse Hospital
Dunbar Center
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Faith Hope Community Center, Inc.
First Baptist Church of Central Square
Girls, Inc. at the YWCA Syracuse
Girl Scouts of NYPENN Pathways
Huntington Family Centers
Hopps Memorial CME Church
Jewish Community Center of Syracuse
Literacy Volunteers of Greater Syracuse
Manlius Pebble Hill School
McMahon/Ryan Child Advocacy Site
Onondaga County Public Library
P.E.A.C.E., Inc.
Planned Parenthood of the Rochester/Syracuse Region
PFLAG Syracuse
Plymouth Congregational Church UCC


  • (SEE IMAGE BELOW) Abby Johnson -- former Planned Parenthood director who left her job after seeing and assisting in an abortion for the first time -- states on her Facebook page that Girl Scouts supports Planned Parenthood:
"FACT: Girl Scouts of America supports Planned Parenthood. Support Girl Scouts = Support Abortion."
"GSA pays PP to go and give educational talks and to print educational materials. There is a money exchange...."
  • (SEE IMAGE BELOW) GSUSA Journey books become REQUIRED curricula in order to obtain Junior Bronze, Cadette Silver or Senior/Ambassador Gold Awards (see source below). Recommended role models and sources in Journeys books include socialist media websites, radical feminists, lesbian athletes and writers and lots and lots of political liberals. No attempt at balancing ideologies whatsoever.



Abby Johnson's Facebook Page

Abby Johnson's Facebook Page

GSUSA recommends this source in "MEdia" Journey book [captions added]

wmc website links

Girl Scouts of NYPENN Pathways partners with Planned Parenthood in "Real Life. Real Talk." campaign.

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