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Planned Parenthood Aims to Sterilize Young Men

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The June 2022 Supreme Court Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization decision has left reproductive measures in the hands of individual states. Organizations like Planned Parenthood are now looking to target men in states where abortions are no longer permitted. The rate of sterilization for childless young men in states without access to abortion is rapidly rising.

I have discussed the origins of Planned Parenthood, including its founder and her main objective for the organization. The historical basis of Planned Parenthood cannot be denied, regardless of where you stand on abortion.

States like Indiana and Kentucky are experiencing a rise in Planned Parenthood locations despite the recent ruling because they are marketing their services toward men.

 The International Journal of Impotence Research reported a 35% increase in vasectomy consultations, with around 22.4% resulting in sterilization, since the Dobbs ruling. The median age for vasectomy services in America is now 35. Around 8.6% of men who opted for sterilization were childless pre-Dobbs, but that number has nearly doubled to 16.9%. “Younger men, especially those under 30, as well as childless men were significantly more likely to seek consultation Post-Dobbs compared to the prior reproductive legal climate,” the report found.

WSJ 2009 Shrink Population

The majority of men who opt for vasectomies have children and are done expanding their families. The FDA has numerous forms of male birth control options but has not released any to the public. Planned Parenthood states that although potentially reversible, the goal of the procedure is complete sterilization. “Vasectomies are meant to be permanent. You should only get a vasectomy if you’re 100% positive you don’t want to be able to get someone pregnant for the rest of your life,” Planned Parenthood states on its website.

Now, 10.3% of men undergoing this procedure were under 30 before Dobbs, compared to 23.9% today. White males are more likely to volunteer to undergo this procedure than other races, as it is commonly taboo in various cultures, but celebrated among social justice warriors who believe we must curtail the population to reduce our carbon footprint.

The trend of sterilized, childless young men in America is expected to rise as the family unit is no longer celebrated or valued. There is no information from Planned Parenthood on whether these men can still become pregnant, but it is likely that population replacement will come from migrants rather than new births.