Skip to comments.Consumer Reports gave Planned Parenthood condoms the worst possible score for strength & durability
Posted on 02/20/2017 1:40:09 AM PST by grundle
Consumer Reports’ ratings use a scale one to five.
In the February 2005 print issue, they tested condoms for two different categories: “strength” and “durability.”
The condoms called “Planned Parenthood Honeydew” received the worst possible score in both of these categories.
The text of the article can be read here.
The ratings for the different brands of condoms can be seen here.
Why is “durability” a criterion for condom quality?
How many times do they think it is going too be re-used?
maybe it refers to the number of strokes?
or how much the condom is stretched.
If the condoms work, PP doesn’t get the thrill of killing babies for Moloch.
More condoms that break, the more abortions. More abortions means more money. More money means...
The PP condoms are evidently “generally free of charge or at a low cost”.
I don’t understand why anyone would use latex condoms.
Lamb or nothing.
You get what you pay for.
Or the profit from parting out the corpses.
Or how fast...They say some people smoke after sex...I suppose mileage may vary...
Years ago I read the pro-life testimony of a woman who used to run an abortion clinic in Texas. She claimed they intentionally gave women the lowest dose, least effective birth control pills as a way to sabotage their contraceptive efforts so that they would return for more abortions. It’s all about the $$$. I’d be surprised if PP wasn’t at least just as shady.
I guess the stroke count was too low.
I remember seeing a video on the quality control process at Trojan. One of the tests was to take a condom and stretch it over a broomstick. Those condoms could be stretched about three feet without breaking.
Of course Planned Parenthood (PP) gives out ineffective birth control. There is not a lot of money in birth control, but each abortion is worth hundreds. Selling baby parts brings in even more profit.
When I was in high school, someone from PP came to “educate” the biology class about birth control and pregnancy. I will never forget that—exaggerating the dangers of birth control while claiming that abortion is perfectly safe; claiming that a late 2nd or 3rd trimester abortion would completely cure menstrual cramps because pregnancy stretches the uterus; laughingly equating the fetus with a sperm or egg while joking that some people even claim those are alive; suggesting that birth control is so likely to fail you might as well not bother with it anyway; teaching about the “natural” method of birth control by describing the signs of ovulation as the safest time to have unprotected sex.
I have never forgotten that. I didn’t understand it all at the time (I was 15), but as I grew older and wiser, I figured it out. I don’t think PP has changed at all in the ensuing decades. PP uses high pressure sales tactics to drive its abortion business. Regardless of any claims that it provides health care and birth control, those are minor aspects of its operation which it only does for propaganda purposes—its core business is to sell abortion.
I never liked PPs condoms. They won’t hold a hot patch and after two washing they tend to rupture at the worst possible times. But PP. is always ready with the abortions with no down payment and easy monthly payments.
Poem of The Day award goes to...
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Stapled to a flyer...
Why is everyone being so hard on PP? Sure they give out defective condoms, but they have a 100% unborn baby kill rating.
What better way to drum up customers for your abortion business than to sell them defective condoms?
“In the February 2005 print issue...”
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