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‘Big Mouth’ Cartoon from Netflix Promotes Abortion, Planned Parenthood

Series takes on puberty in a vulgar way — keep the kids away

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When Netflix targets teens with content promoting abortion and Planned Parenthood and uses animation to do it, you know something terribly insidious is going on in the culture — though legions on the Left, including many in Hollywood and academia, will say this is a “victory” for reproductive rights.

In Season 2 of the teen-centric animation series on puberty, called “Big Mouth” (a scene is shown above left), Netflix promotes Planned Parenthood with an episode devoted to the nation’s largest abortion provider.

One quick look at the “Big Mouth” trailer tells you everything you need to know when it comes to suitability for real teens. In a word, it’s vulgar.

The 27-minute episode casts the behemoth abortion provider as a benign and vital health care provider. And at one point, the girls in the classroom say that “abortions make up only a tiny portion of what they do,” according to LifeSiteNews.

“This is more evidence that Netflix is becoming an evil media empire intent on corrupting its millions of young viewers with liberal ideology,” Jack Fonseca, a spokesman for Campaign Life Coalition, told LifeSiteNews in an interview this week.

The “tiny portion” of its work — the 3 percent indicated on a Planned Parenthood pie chart, which serves as a breakdown of the services it provides — equates to hundreds of thousands of terminated lives.

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Planned Parenthood’s most recent annual report claims its facilities performed more than 320,000 abortion procedures in 2016 alone — one-third of the annual abortions in the U.S., making the organization the nation’s largest abortion provider.

“Those abortion procedures dwarfed adoption referrals (3,889) and prenatal services (7,762) that year. Planned Parenthood performed 83 abortions for every one adoption referral, and its prenatal services have dropped steadily every year since 2009, from over 40,000 that year to just under 8,000 last year. This isn’t the ‘comprehensive women’s health care’ they tout so vigorously,” National Review noted last month.

Beyond abortions, Planned Parenthood’s most common services are contraception, STD (sexually transmitted disease) tests, and limited cancer screenings.

And, despite executive claims to the contrary, not a single Planned Parenthood location has a mammogram machine, according to National Review.

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This animated cartoon joins another new show that proves the need for parents to monitor carefully the programs their children are watching. On June 28, a cartoon called “Drag Tots” premiered on World of Wonder network, and it is exactly what the title conveys: a cartoon about baby drag queens.

Not only that, but these are baby drag queens with a message: The president is bad.

“In the show’s first trailer … a voiceover warns that the world is ‘on the brink of chaos’ because of President Donald Trump and his controversial administration,” The Hollywood Reporter noted. “After a clip is shown of Trump touting his plan to build a wall between the U.S. and Mexico, the voiceover suggests a quick fix to all of today’s political unrest: ‘baby drag queens.’”

With the recent confirmation of Justice Brett Kavanaugh to the United States Supreme Court, you can bet these kinds of partnerships — especially as concerns the issue of abortion — will infiltrate even more aspects of modern-day life, and not just snarky cartoons.

See more about “Drag Tots” in the video below.

Elizabeth Economou is a former CNBC staff writer and adjunct professor. Follow her on Twitter.

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