Former abortion clinic owner: we created demand for abortion by pushing sex education

From Life Site News.


“How do you sell an abortion? In the US it’s very simple: You do it through sex education,” former abortion clinic owner Carol Everett told participants at the Rose Dinner following the National March for Life on Thursday in Ottawa.

Everett, who ran a chain of four abortion clinics in Texas from 1977-1983 — where an estimated 35,000 unborn children were aborted before her dramatic conversion and departure from the industry — told about 430 participants at the dinner that she had a goal of becoming a millionaire by selling abortions to teenage girls.

“We had a goal of 3-5 abortions from every girl between the ages of 13 and 18, because we all work on a straight commission inside the abortion industry,” she said. With every customer, Everett became a little richer.

But in order to reach her financial goal, Everett said she first had to create a “market for abortions.” That meant convincing young people from the earliest age possible to see sexuality in an entirely different way than previous generations.

“We started in kindergarten. In kindergarten you put the children in a circle and you go around the room and you ask them all the same question: ‘What do your parents call your private parts?’”

“You know and I know that every family in this room has a different name for the private parts. So by the time you reach the third or fourth child it is clear to those children that parents simply do not know what they have. But we did. We said: ‘Boys this is what you have and girls this is what you have and don’t be ashamed of your private parts.’”

Everett explained how sex education at the earliest ages aimed at eroding in the children what she called “natural modesty.” Everything was calculated to “separate the children from their values and their parents.”

[…]“My goal was to get them sexually active on a low dose birth control pill that we knew they would get pregnant on. How do you do that? You give them a low dose birth control pill that, in order to provide any level of protection, has to be taken accurately at the same time every single day. And you know and I know, there’s not a teen in the world who does everything the same time every day.”

Everett said that a girl on the pill who thought she was ‘safe’ typically had sex more frequently than those not on the pill.

“That pill did not work, and we could accomplish our goal of 3-5 abortions between the ages of 13 and 18,” she said.

Something to think about if you send your children to public schools.

7 thoughts on “Former abortion clinic owner: we created demand for abortion by pushing sex education”

  1. An intellectually honest pro-abort, like an intellectually honest atheist, is a rare find indeed. When we encounter one, we should sit up and take notice. This is going into my file for the next time a pro-abort makes the ridiculous assertion that sex education and contraception REDUCE abortions.


  2. How did we ever let the abortion industry get to be the source of sex-ed for young children? What kind of crazy must we be to allow that?

    It’s blatantly obvious that an abortion mill has a vested interest in making sure young people have lots of sex and poor-quality birth control so as to keep building a clientele. The idea that a company whose number one money-maker is abortion is going to be teaching sex-ed from pure motives of wanting to help children stay safe is beyond naïve into the realm of glaring stupidity. How did anyone ever think that was a good idea?


    1. Well, we kicked God out of the government schools. Then, we turned these same schools over to the godless liberals. (Sorry for being redundant there.) And we, as Christians, have continued to compromise our faith by sending our kids to these schools of indoctrination. (We were guilty of this too – sending our eldest son through the “system.” Surprise! He’s the only one in the family who isn’t a believer. What a shock!)

      Then, there is the “church.” Which false gospel is being peddled today: the bling gospel, the gospel of feel-goodism (otherwise known as I’m OK, you’re OK, let’s sing another kewl worship song!), the gospel of grace without truth (don’t want to hurt anyone’s feelings now, do we?), the gospel of “stick our heads in the sand and pretend the world isn’t going to Hell,” the gospel of anti-intellectualism, the gospel of “you can talk about anything here – as long as it isn’t Hell, abortion, euthanasia, gay marriage, or divorce,” …?

      Frankly, given all of this, I am surprised we aren’t selling tickets to watch abortions yet. I guess the gal who filmed her own abortion is getting us closer to that reality.


  3. I think that if schools want to offer sex education, they should cover only the facts, approach the subject from a biological viewpoint, and most importantly leave the abortion industry out of it (is that even possible?). Sex education really is a parent’s responsibility, especially when it comes to discussing the emotional and spiritual ramifications associated with sex. And from what Everett says about eroding natural modesty, we have our work cut out for us. Sadly, it’s impossible to shield our children from the overt sexuality present in our culture, but we can do our best to maintain a running dialogue with our children about sex.


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