Mother Shocked After Daughter Comes Home From School With Birth Control Implant in Her Arm

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Miracle Foster, a mother from Tulsa, Oklahoma, had no idea what her daughter was in for when she took part in a sex-education presentation at her school. After the presentation the 16-year-old girl wanted more information, so the school decided to send her and several other girls to a local clinic. The school’s principal informed the mom, and she gave them permission, thinking that her daughter was going on an innocent field trip.

The daughter, who hasn’t been named, came home with a 3 year Norplant birth control implant in her harm. The mom now feels that her parental rights were violated. She told KOKI news that I just did not expect this. And like I said, that was not a choice. My child went on a field trip, and she came back with this in her arm.”

Unfortunately there isn’t anything she can do about it, legally speaking. According to federal guidelines, kids as young as 12 can get birth control without parental consent. As long as they are of reproductive age and are on the premise of a clinic, parents have no say in the matter.

The sex education presentation was run by Youth Services of Tulsa, who provide these classes on an annual basis. They admitted that this isn’t the first time that this has happened, and they’ve received complaints before from parents who aren’t aware of the law.

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  • Mike

    Oh I have a say in the matter, I would have a doctor remove it, and then I would go to those responsible and implant some shoes, bats, and various other blunt objects in their asses.

    • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

      You and me both.

      • David E

        You mean without due process?

        • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

          I do.

          But then, I don’t get paid to guarantee a person their due process.

          • Rayven Wrathchild

            Id say that the process was long over due!!!

          • Which tells us that you are completely ignorant of the meaning of due process.

          • Rayven Wrathchild

            Fuck off troll

          • As well as the basic principles of intellectual discourse, of which ad hominem is not one.

          • I guess you aren’t familiar with 42US1983.

          • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

            I am not.

            Please elucidate.

          • Every person who, under color of any statute, ordinance, regulation, custom, or usage, of any State or Territory or the District of Columbia, subjects, or causes to be subjected, any citizen of the United States or other person within the jurisdiction thereof to the deprivation of any rights, privileges, or immunities secured by the Constitution and laws, shall be liable to the party injured in an action at law, suit in equity, or other proper proceeding for redress, except that in any action brought against a judicial officer for an act or omission taken in such officer’s judicial capacity, injunctive relief shall not be granted unless a declaratory decree was violated or declaratory relief was unavailable. For the purposes of this section, any Act of Congress applicable exclusively to the District of Columbia shall be considered to be a statute of the District of Columbia.
            (R.S. § 1979; Pub. L. 96–170, § 1, Dec. 29, 1979, 93 Stat. 1284; Pub. L. 104–317, title III, § 309(c), Oct. 19, 1996, 110 Stat. 3853.)

          • David E

            So you don’t really care if a person receives due process for their crimes,

          • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

            If the victim – or in the case of a minor child, their parent(s) – defend themselves or their children from aggression against themselves or their property, due process has been served.

            Fuck with my child and die. End of line.

            When the State intervenes, it’s a different story – the State is tasked with protecting the rights of those living within it’s jurisdiction – that protection being it’s only legitimate purpose.

            Do try to keep up.

          • David E

            So is it then your position that a state actor can never be the victim of a criminal? If indeed they can, hasn’t due process also been served when the state actor acts in self-defense? Further, does not the state act to protect your right to not be deprived of life without due process by forbidding other private persons the commission of murder and manslaughter? And lastly, if you were driving in public, and someone was in front of your car and started shooting at you, would you be justified in running them over to stop them from shooting? Or are you required as a private citizen to stop your car, acquire your gun or taser, all while you are being shot at, step out of your car further exposing yourself, and stop the shooter?

            Do try to keep up.

          • ReverendDraco✓ᵛᵉʳᶦᶠᶦᵉᵈ ᵃᶜᶜᵒᵘᶰᵗ

            Rights accrue to the individual, not the State.

            When a person acts as the State, they are no longer an individual, and thus waive their individual rights for the duration.

            The rest of your comment is drivel.

            Sorry for the “try to keep up,” comment – I see that it’s a physical and mental impossibility.
            Didn’t mean to make fun of your self-inflicted disability.

          • David E

            It’s always obvious when you cannot win a debate and know it, you start in with ad hominems.

            You are wrong, of course, even state actors are still individuals. Of course if you believe you can back up your comments with proof, go ahead, but you can’t, Hence the name-calling.

            I suppose you hold even the most innocuous of government functions, like a janitor in a government building has no rights, right?

            When the shtf you provide a good reason for police to not support the people instead of the government with your hateful made-up nonsense.

            If you were the subject of police brutality I’d applaud on the theory that you, believing others have no rights, have waived your own. Police hurry on with your plan to commit suicide by cop.

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    • Rayven Wrathchild

      Bats covered in barbed wire I hope!

      • Mike

        razor wire, why stop with the barbs.

    • It would require elective surgery, not covered by insurance. If the daughter is that dense, I’d pimp her out:-)

    • Shoes came up first on my list. Heels first. Friggin’ nanny state.

    • Steve Rusk

      Apparently this was the girl’s choice, not the parents. Would you prefer your daughter to be an unwed mother in the near future?

      • Mike

        kids that age are not intelligent enough to make that kind of choice, so again it is the school’s fault and the fault of the doctors office that did it. So they would get what is coming to them.

        • Steve Rusk

          Kids that age are quite capable of making many of the choices for change in their lives, this is the age where they should start making their own important decisions. Too many parents are unwilling to sit down and talk about these matters with their children and simply demand blind obedience. How does a child deal with parents like this? They simply do what they have to do.

          • Mike

            kids may be able to start making certain non life changing decisions, but when it comes to their health and welfare, until they are around 16 or 17 they are ill prepared. To believe otherwise is stupid.

          • Steve Rusk

            For the teenagers, a parent’s job is guidance and support, not to dictate their every move. The more you try to pressure them the less they are going to listen and if you’re completely at odds with them they won’t hear a thing you have to say. My kids are now in their 20s, I have some experience with giving good advice but having it ignored.

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  • jimmy joe

    Funny, just the other day I was saying that ok was a massive shit-hole AND Constitution free, yet others on here continued with their “thank some god-like creature for the Constitution”!! Funny, and I will reiterate, it still hasn’t changed my mind about that fucking SHIT-HOLE!!!

    • Your lack of reading comprehension is becoming more prominent. The authority used is federal, not state.
      The question is whether your personal shit-hole is any better than Oklahoma.

  • Gil G

    You mean her grandparental rights were violated.

  • Guillotine_ready

    This educational system is out of control, and tyrannical by any measure. We have to end it and that of course means a lot of other bureaucratic shit heads have to go too. This is reall too much. Do it to one of mine and the shit will indeed hit the fan immediately.

  • Clementine

    I would have congratulated my daughter for being responsible enough to get birth control instead of accidentally ruining her life, at such a young age, with a baby! Would the mother rather have her daughter get knocked up and drop out of school? Kids are having sex, whether the parents want to admit it or not… the least they can do is be responsible about it.

    • Workstillbroke

      Mental illness comes in many forms.

      • Clementine

        So… you are saying being responsible and thinking about one’s future is mental illness? Hmm… I guess you are trying to prove your own point then?

        • juskom95

          This shows how very, very little you know about birth control.

          Birth control is generally a combination of hormones to deter the female body from being able to reproduce. Something like this can be dangerous if this girl did not consult with HER doctor as the hormones can cause severe issues, including depression, anxiety and suicidal thoughts.

          This is why, procedures like this, need to be talked about with HER doctor, not some SJW in a clinic.

          • Clementine

            Here you go again ASSuming to know something about me…! Armchair wrath and poop flinging is always entertaining…

          • Larry

            I’d say you’re just another mouthy libtard piece of shit !!!

          • Clementine

            HAHAHAHAHA! Pathetic!

          • Are you envious?

          • Larry

            No, I’m am correct however !!!

          • It takes one to know one, unless you are going to admit to operating from a position of ignorance.

          • There are just as many forms of ignorance as there are forms of mental illness.

          • Larry

            You should know !!!

          • You are an excellent mentor in both areas.

          • Ned Carbine

            Idiot. People have died from those implants. I suppose you would shoot them up with Gardasil, too.

      • Most of them are in the DSM-5 and seldom treated.

    • Tallkiwi

      At last some common sense on this thread as opposed to all the fake bluster.

    • juskom95

      Yeah, you’re one of those SJW’s. A liberal idiot.

      • Clementine

        HAHAHAHA! You are one of those idiots who likes to make an ass out of himself, since you ASSume to know jack shit about me! I am not an SJW nor a liberal! I am quite the contrary! But I do know there is no need for children to be having children in this day and age… it’s called common sense for a brighter future!

        • Pat Taylor ╚(ಠ_ಠ)=┐

          Be sure to get her an OPEN FOR BUSINESS sign to hang around her neck too!

          • Clementine

            So… let me get this right… you think being on birth control means the person is just going to start indiscriminately fucking? Wow… that is wildly ignorant…

          • Doesn’t insure it won’t happen, given the lack of consequences.

          • Pat Taylor ╚(ಠ_ಠ)=┐

            Not ignorant at all … I am speaking frankly, as a man from my perwonal experiences – every girl that was on birth control in my younger years, were good to go and ready to please.

            They knew that they wouldn’t get pregnant, so yeah, they fuck like rabbits.

            Now on your behalf, I would say, yes, you definitely ARE ignorant, do you honestly believe that your daughter isn’t going to be out soaking sausages because of your own perception of morality?

        • Children cannot, by definition, have children.

          • David E

            by the legal definition of children they can.

          • A child is a human being who has not entered puberty, making them incapable of conceiving a child.

          • David E

            To the contrary, legally a child is one who has not reached the age of majority.

          • So all those 18, 19, and 20 year olds that we send off to die in unconstitutional wars for the profit of the military-industrial complex are legally children, since they aren’t 21 and can’t drink in a bar, because they haven’t reached majority?

          • David E

            Well, I was referring to 18 as the age of majority.

            Admittedly, old enough to die “in the service of your country” but not old enough to drink a beer or smoke weed is completely messed up. Not quite as bad as if they were drafted since they have volunteered, but pretty damn bad.

            If I were king for a day I’d make sure any soldier can access alcohol and weed before being sent to die.

          • The men who wrote the Constitution didn’t mention age because it wasn’t relevant to them. Nor did they prohibit anyone using anything that they wanted for any a reason, and alcohol was the primary analgesic, and hemp was what they made rope with. If the people who join the military are volunteers, why can’t they just quit their jobs when they find out how crappy they are? Instead, like Michael New, they have to be thrown out when they refuse to obey unlawful orders, as the UCMJ requires them to. It used to be that you could walk into a bar and order anything you wanted when you were 19, in Wyoming, before the state legislature bellied up to the federal teat. If I were king for a day, I’d have all of the illegal government employees, who perform actions repugnant to the Constituion, arrested. It would take much more than a day to sort out all of the millions of arrest warrants and give them all arraignments, by which time most of We the People would realize that things work better without them, and demand that they resign, and take the politicians with them. I’d like to see my fellow citizens become aware that the government would be unable to enforce all of the laws that most of the LEOs are unaware of if we simple said “NO” to obeying them.

          • David E

            Well I certainly agree in spirit as well as the letter of most of what you said. But I feel I must point out that the age of majority, especially in contracts, was part of the common law. Blackstone wrote of it in several sections of his Commentaries. Any common law that the Constitution or a statute does not eliminate remains the law. Thus, the framers had no need to mention an age of majority for it to remain law.

            I do not think there was any minimum drinking age, though.

          • Unfortunately the common law was exterminated by a number of federal statutes, and Blackstone was never an American jurist. While is is true that much of our jurisprudence followed the British, they never had a formal constitution, regarding their entire body of law, which was based on precedent as much as legislation, as a de facto constitution, a figure of speech more than a document. Common law never supported an age limit for anything. If one was physically able to do something and didn’t impair or trespass another by doing it, it was allowed. That is the way it started out here, and remained until statutory chased out customary. Any child who could handle a musket fought the British, and Smedley Butler became a Marine at 17.

          • David E

            Statutes allow for joining the military below the age of 18.
            Only the parts of the common law that a statute addresses are abrogated, and none of them cover the whole common law. They cannot do so because the constitution guarantees to us the common-law jurisdiction. And it is true that Blackstone was an English jurist, but he is still widely regarded as the preeminent authority on the common law at the time our Constitution was written. And as I previously explained, the common law most certainly did establish age limits on all kinds of things, as I noted, especially contracts.

            If you believe that a particular statute abrogated the entirety of the common law, please produce it I would love to see that.

          • com·mon law
            ˈkämən ˈˌlô/
            noun
            the part of English law that is derived from custom and judicial precedent rather than statutes. Often contrasted with statutory law.

            What part of the United States is “English?”

          • David E

            We inherited the common law from England, that’s what “English” common law had to do with it. Other nations in the british commonwealth have it, too, despite their not being England, either.

            Here is a differing definition: “English law, also called English Common law, is the legal system developed in England in about 1066 and is still in use today. … English law is unique in that it is based on applying legal precedent (stare decisis) to present and future decisions made by judges.”

            You’re not seriously contending that judges do not follow precedent and rules that are judge made, are you?

            And I’d like to see a cite for the proposition that “Since the Constitution allows for the enforcement of contracts in federal courts, contracts cannot be common law,”

    • Ephesians 6:12

      ” … accidentally ruining her life, at such a young age, with a baby!”? Is that how you explain your own conception? Did your parents just have “an accident” one day? Do you really believe that your daughter is that clumsy, where she would run through the house and .. OOPS! … trip and fall into bed on top of some guy? It is not an accident. It is always done intentionally. People who claim it as an accident are usually very dishonest people who refuse to take responsibility.

    • TripletMom1993

      The problem here, as I see it, is not about birth control, but rather about a lack of communication between mother and daughter.

    • I’d be ashamed to have done such a poor job of raising my daughter that she might go whoring around enough to get pregnant. If she were my daughter and came home pregnant, she’d get to have a head start on her class mates in getting a job so she could be responsible….

    • David E

      What if the choice was this: No birth control and a baby, or no baby and dying from cancer?

      • Clementine

        Wow… that is the most ridiculous comparison I’ve heard in a long time! Right… because every person who takes birth control gets cancer! If you don’t want cancer then quit breathing the toxic air, and drinking the toxic water, and quit eating the toxic food! The only way to not get cancer is to not be born in the first place! 1 in 3 people get cancer these days… I’m quite confident those odds are not contributed solely to birth control.

        • David E

          Is it? have you not read how much the risks of breast cancer go up from not having a child and from birth control?

  • mayday911us.

    My biggest thing is did they have the daughters consent before in planting this into her.

    • Phil_Ossifer

      Damn good question. I would like to see a signed consent form that informed the girl of her rights, including the right to refuse treatment. And I would also like to hear the kid’s side of the story. This whole thing sounds like a eugenics experiment of some kind, maybe a trial run for forced sterilization.

      • Rayven Wrathchild

        A kid under 18 can’t legally enter into a contract. There’s a reason for this. I doubt the kid even understood the dangers. I’d sue the hell out of all involved.

        • And you’d find the responsible party in what way?

          • Rayven Wrathchild

            Dumbass

          • I’m sorry, but maybe you’ll get educated and stop being one, someday.

          • Rayven Wrathchild

            dumbass

          • Repeating a specious allegation lacking any credibility or substantiation is a lot like Einstein’s definition of insanity.

          • Rayven Wrathchild

            Sorry but i don’t want to be a double dumbass like you… dd.

          • That isn’t very likely since you are already three times more ignorant than anyone else on this group.

          • Rayven Wrathchild

            Got away shithead you are a bore. Is that all you got. did you have to consult some pre-kindergarten kid. What a loser you are.

          • The kid tells me that he doesn’t have any time for me since he is having to spend all of his time on you.

          • Rayven Wrathchild

            Yawn………. all i see is a troll ready to get new job as a bullet catcher.
            Fuck off…. your last warning.

          • Bring it on. You just made a terroristic threat and if you are stupid enough to attempt to follow through it will be easy for federal agents to find you and send you to the super-max for long-term room and board.

    • cmb

      clearly they did, and good for her

      • mayday911us.

        How do you get clearly they did?

        • cmb

          obviously you missed the story line

          • mayday911us.

            You do realize writing on a legal document is what counts in the court of law.

            But these types of stories leave out a lot of information did the daughter approve of this. Did any of the other children approve this or had do.

          • cmb

            ” please don’t infuse use with anti pregnancy technology” yea right

          • cmb

            court of law??? tell that to the streets this kid obviously went willingly and we all should be grateful. she is no less likely a jerry springer wanna be.

    • Ephesians 6:12

      Doesn’t matter. They LEGALLY have to have a parent/legal guardian consent. Daughter is underage, and therefore, her own consent is null and void either way.

      • Phil_Ossifer

        Exactly. Why was there no parental involvement in the decision? The school will probably try to claim that the parents’ consent for their daughter to go on the “field trip” amounted to implied consent. Or they’ll try to pull the old “in loco parentis” argument (the school functions as the parent while the kid is the school’s custody). Bullshit of the highest order. This was not emergency treatment, this was an elective procedure and one which requires the prior consent of a responsible party. An underage girl cannot legally consent to something like this. Only her parents can or a court of competent jurisdiction can order it done, neither of which happened here from what I can tell from the (admittedly sketchy) article.

      • mayday911us.

        Well technically depending on the state parental consent is not needed. Read your state laws on rape of what consenting age actually is.

        • Phil_Ossifer

          Age of consent under rape laws is not the same as age of majority for entering into contractual arrangements. Two totally different things.

      • Which makes the implantation a lawful battery, for which the responsible adults could be tried, and convicted. Any doctors involved would lose their licenses.

    • A 16 year old girl lacks the legal authority to enter into a contract or give informed consent.

      • David E

        Actually it depends on the state, and exactly what kind of consent. In most states, 16 is the age of consent for sex, for instance. But as far as I know, in NO state can a minor (age 18) enter into a contract unless they are emancipated.

        • That is correct, but I know of no court which will emancipate a person who cannot support themselves, and the usual requirement is demonstration of self-support. If the 16 year old girl in question were independently wealthy enough to support herself, her mother wouldn’t have any trouble getting her emaciated on grounds that she is incorrigible.

  • SP_88

    I’m not against birth control. And I’m not opposed to girls who are responsible enough to decide if they want to get birth control so they don’t have to risk getting pregnant before they are ready.
    But I do think that the parents need to be involved because most of these young girls are not going to think about what type of birth control to use.
    I would be pissed if that decision was taken from me by some school that thinks they know better.
    Why an implant? What about the risks involved with it? What about when these girls decide that they don’t need to use a condom because they are no longer able to get pregnant, and then they come home not with a baby, but some sort of STD?
    This is a tough subject because this infringes on the rights of the parents, but also there are so many parents that don’t give a shit what their children do.
    I honestly don’t know what the right answer is. In many cases I would side with the parents rights. But in others I would be happy to override the parents rights and let the young girls decide for themselves what they want to do. And the problem is, who gets to decide who’s rights to preserve and who’s rights to bypass?
    I honestly understand both sides. But I don’t believe that there can be a blanket policy that works. It is inevitable that many young girls would be saved from an unwanted pregnancy and their lives would be much easier as a result. But it’s also inevitable that many young girls would be given something that would ruin their lives and violate their parents rights.
    Unfortunately there is no way to do the right thing in both cases. This will save some and hurt others. There’s no way around it.

    • cmb

      have you met many “parents” these days??? people are idiots, let them drown

      • SP_88

        It’s true, many people are parents by accident. And they also happen to be leeches and lay-abouts who collect welfare and don’t work, and aren’t very smart. But not all of them.
        It certainly makes sense to do this to the students who have ignorant parents that don’t give a shit. If the parents aren’t going to bother talking to their children about sex, pregnancy and STD’s, and the school is willing to do it, it’s certainly a benefit to the children and to society.
        But who is making the decision on which students to do this to? And are they differentiating between the students who have parents that care and the ones who don’t? Or are they just trying to do this to all of them?

    • The best way to avoid unwanted pregnancy is to keep one’s clothes on in the presence of the opposite sex. All birth control carries serious health threats, and I doubt if she was counseled on any of the side effects of the Norplant implant, assuming that the adults know about them.

      • SP_88

        That’s what I was thinking. These things have side effects. And I really doubt she was made to understand them.
        This is the problem with letting some kids make these decisions without the parents involved. They are more interested in pushing their agenda than the safety and health of these teenagers. They aren’t going to take the time to discuss the risks and ensure that they understand them the same way their parents would.
        They probably breezed over the risks and side effects and emphasized how much easier it is to get laid and how they no longer have to worry about getting pregnant.
        I just don’t trust the public school system, especially with these types of medical decisions. I thought going to school was for learning, not for pushing a state population control agenda.

        • It is simply in the interest of the omnipotent state to increase the control that they get through peer pressure in the public fool system to include total control over every individual and their family before they get a chance to leave the nest.

          • SP_88

            It should be obvious by now that the state is trying to get control over every aspect of our lives.
            And they always have some excuse for it like “it’s for the children” or “it’s to keep us safe” or “it’s in the public’s best interest”.
            But they are mostly the cause of all these problems. If not for them we wouldn’t need their “solutions”. And many times their “solution” is worse than the problem. And many times there isn’t even a problem, it’s something that they have made into a problem.
            Either way, they couldn’t care less about solving any problems, it’s the control they are after.

          • It is equally obvious that the less you have to control, the less reason they’ll have to bother.

  • Matrixixixix

    There’s gotta be more to this story. Maybe the girl did approach her mother about birth control & got shut down with the old ‘you don’t do it because I said so routine’. She’s 16 & obviously sexually aware enough to seek further information. The bigger concern is did the clinic make her aware of all possible (side) effects? And how about a cooling off period to give her time to think it through & maybe talk to someone about contraception & STDs and what her options are.

  • J.M.I. van der Scheer

    Part of the globalist’s plan is breaking up the family unit, so they can keep in control of the masses. This is just an example.

  • Frank

    Hmmm. If “this isn’t the first time that this has happened, and they’ve received complaints before from parents who aren’t aware of the law,” maybe the school and Youth Services of Tulsa should be a little more pro-active and INFORM PARENTS about all aspects of the visit to the clinic (?) Maybe a little note in the Parental Consent form that says “Your daughter may be offered the opportunity to receive a contraceptive implant during this visit” and a few other details, so the parents can prepare accordingly.

    • cmb

      “parents” are idiots disguised in adult clothing. let their feral children run….

      • TripletMom1993

        Some parents are; however, some of us love and care enough about our children that we used discipline. My children ran their feral-ness off in the playground or swam it off at the beach or in the pool! There are no snowflakes in my house!

        • cmb

          few and far between

        • cmb

          good!

      • How do you define feral?

        • cmb

          most humanoids

        • cmb

          the article speaks for itself

          • The article doesn’t mention, let alone define, feral, which you are probably avoiding defining because you don’t really know what it means.

  • cmb

    Thank God for Birth Control Miracle!

  • marlene

    Public schools are becoming more and more dangerous for your children every day. You MUST change what you can change to take them out – ASAP. The law that thinks it can do this to underage school students is unconstitutional and a class action lawsuit should be brought before a judge as soon as possible.

  • Larry

    You can thank the shit-tard god-damn worthless liberals for this. This is why we should do a libtard round-up and kill ALL of THEM !!!

  • navre12

    A 16 year old young woman went to a clinic to seek further information on birth control and choices.
    She decided a safe and proven form of birth control would make a responsible choice for her.

    She in my opinion is an intelligent young lady judging from her action.
    If you do not support a woman’s right to abortion, or if you do not like the idea of paying welfare to mothers or if you do not like the idea of having a single parent raise a child which tend to be raised in poverty and have a preponderance to end up in the criminal system than you would support her decision as responsible.

    And quit the bull about waiting to marriage (I doubt anyone commenting has) or she should talk to the grandparent or parent; If she could have I am sure she would have.

    • There is no right to have one’s baby torn apart with forceps for the convenience of a loose woman.

  • Kraut9

    To get rid of the white race !! !! !!

    • 50% of black fetuses are terminated by abortion. Which one of those are you imagining are part of the white race?

      • Kraut9

        What about the other 50 % ?? Pity only 50% af black oxygenthieves !!

        • It is a good thing that large noses aren’t as repulsive to you as extravagant amounts of melanin.

          • Kraut9

            PROUD TO BE WHITE !!!

          • With a big hooter.

          • Kraut9

            With few words: go and fuck yourself half breed !!

          • I’m not as double-jointed as you are.

  • Pat Taylor ╚(ಠ_ಠ)=┐

    Direct from the clan who’s mantra is “if she’s old enough to bleed, she’s old enough to breed” – The demented societal controllers are stocking up the shelves with the whores and sluts of tomorrow.

  • destiny

    A beating with a broomhandle insertion into the clinic leaders would quickly resolve the issue.

  • karolekay

    Wake up. There is nothing “innocent” about ANY part of sex education in public schools.