Instead, they use words like “products of conception” or “fetal tissue.”
But in a video on YouTube aimed at teaching children about sex, PP admits they knew it was a baby all along. The video narrator says:
“With younger children you can keep it simple and direct. For example, you can say “A baby grows in a parent’s belly and comes out of their vagina.” That may be all it takes to satisfy their curiosity. If they ask, “How does the baby get in the belly?” You can say something like, “Most women have tiny eggs in a special part of their belly. Most men have very tiny seeds, called sperm. If sperm and egg meet they can grow into a baby.”
Planned Parenthood video “How Do I Talk With My Kid About Where Babies Come From?” Visited December 18, 2018.
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