Daffodils and Dildos: American Cancer Society in (Flower) Bed with Planned Parenthood
It’s that time of year again. Time to buy daffodils from American Cancer Society and go on Relays for Life to help raise money to help people with cancer.
But only some people, not all who are or will be stricken with cancer.
Recall the comment I made recently, about “being up to my eyeballs in the abortion/breast cancer (ABC) link issue personally”?
My church’s youth group had an “open recreation” night this past Sunday. Five days before, on Tuesday, I learned that an ACS representative would “be coming to our Open Rec to speak about the annual Relay for Life.”
I emailed back to our assistant youth group director (a dear friend of mine), asking if she didn’t recall what my state’s ACS people did to me 2 years ago, when I silently protested at the Relay:
“How can we be having this person speak to our teens when ACS outrageously denies the link between abortion and increased risk of breast cancer and even tried to violate my free speech rights when I silently protested their relay 2 year ago?”
This was what happened (I’d sent this news in a May 13, 2003 email newsletter to both my friend and my priest friend, the Youth Group Director):