Komen and Planned Parenthood: What next?

Posted By on February 6, 2012

Watching this unfold has been mind-numbing, yet predictable.

Yes, let the Komen disaster be a lesson to anyone thinking of partnering with Planned Parenthood: You can check out any time you like, but you can never leave.

On that topic, my inside source has checked in, telling me there were advisers who in December thought Komen should not notify Planned Parenthood of its decision to defund the abortion giant and just quietly not renew the grants. But Komen viewed the people at Planned Parenthood as “longtime friends” and felt obligated to let them know. Komen had no idea it was trying to pet a scorpion.

Read the full piece on Jill Stanek’s blog.

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Mrs. Chancey is the mother of 12 children, all of whom keep the household bubbling with life, learning, and levity. Jennie co-founded LAF in 2002 with Lydia Sherman and has been delighted to hear from women all over the world who enjoy their femininity and love to cultivate womanly virtues.


One Response to “Komen and Planned Parenthood: What next?”

  1. hmstanton1 says:

    I wanted to comment on the fiasco of the Komen Foundation’s defunding of Planned Parenthood. Many years ago I volunteered at a Crisis Pregnancy Center in Austin, Tx, where I first heard of the connection between first pregnancy abortions and breast cancer in women. It was a shock to me to learn that an organization which is focused on curing and eliminating breast cancer is actually giving money to an organization that preforms abortions. I cannot fathom the complete conflict of purpose in donating to the group that contributes to the crisis. Before I began this comment I looked up the research on the link between abortion and breast cancer, and what I found was both gravely distressing and alarming. the link to the site I found very informative is /www.abortionbreastcancer.com/The_Link.htm> . It is well worth reading and educating yourself and anyone you know on this matter because the media and the liberal medical community will not. This website also offers information which identifies factors that decrease a women’s chances of developing breast cancer including early child bearing, breastfeeding, and multiple children. It grieves me that our culture encourages postponing marriage and family for many material and selfish reasons which in the long run rob many women ( and subsequently men and children ) of life. I am grateful for LAF and other websites that offer the truth to set women, and all those who would listen, free from the slavery of modern culture. I find this site refreshing and affirming of God’s truth regarding both rightousness and unrightousness.

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