Click here for a recent article by Jason Ryan in the Beaufort Gazette (excerpted below).
Birth control advocate speaks at Planned Parenthood event
Planned Parenthood advocate Alexander Sanger spoke Wednesday night at The Arsenal about women’s reproductive rights and the importance of changing the perception of planned parenthood services.
Sanger, chairman of the International Planned Parenthood Council and grandson of birth control activist Margaret Sanger, told about 50 people that Planned Parenthood advocates must alter the semantics of the reproductive debate.
“(We must) move away from the negative of preventing unwanted pregnancies,” Sanger said. “Let’s talk about the positive … that men and women want to reproduce successfully.”