Tell the Girl Scouts: Stop Pushing Abortion on our Girls!
Stand up for the safety of girls in your community and tell Girl Scouts of America to stop partnering with abortion promoters!
Girl Scouts of America allows every local council –the arm of the Girl Scouts that actually connects with girls in their local communities –to work directly with Planned Parenthood.
These local councils maintain members in coalitions and committees that advocate for abortion rights and comprehensive sex-ed. Pro-abortion organizations like Planned Parenthood are invited by local councils to provide programming to preteen girl scouts. Young “at risk” scouts are often referred to abortion centers, including Planned Parenthood, for family planning, birth control, and sexual counseling.
Nationally, Girl Scouts of America maintains membership in the Coalition for Adolescent Girls, a collaboration that works with abortion provider Marie Stopes and many other abortion organizations. The coalition specifically advocates for abortion “care” and comprehensive sex education for adolescent girls.
Young girl scouts are encouraged to emulate abortion advocates like Gloria Steinem who championed the “I had an abortion” campaign to normalize abortion in our culture. Official Girl Scouts of America curriculum thanks “women’s right activist” Steinem for her “visionary contributions.”
Pre-teen girls are encouraged to read speeches by Margaret Sanger advocating for birth control, and speeches by Lady Gaga and Sally Field arguing for same-sex marriage. NARAL founder Betty Friedan is considered a “voice for good.”
Tell Girl Scouts of America, which has an influence over 2 million girls in the United States alone, to stop infiltrating our communities with abortion propaganda!
The petition will target three regional offices and the national office of Girl Scouts of America. Girl Scouts of Southwest Texas, Western New York and Northern California have known relationships with Planned Parenthood and other abortion advocacy groups. Please take a stand against this practice and ask them to revise their policies.