When Your Christmas Cookies Run Out, Don’t Fill the Void With Girl Scout Cookies

The issues surrounding Girl Scouts of America are perpetually ignored by the media, and parents of the little darlings usually resist hearing the truth about what is going on at the top of this once respected organization.

We have been covering GSA and its connections to Planned Parenthood, along with its pro-comprehensive sex ed ties.  Now there is another Girl Scouts/Planned Parenthood relationship.

Because there aren’t enough sex education programs in the country, another individual has decided to educate make a profit off young, impressionable girls.  The latest is called The Wright Conversations.  The website looks happy, wholesome, and at this point very predictable.

The classes are led by a woman named Robin Wallace-Wright and it is based in western Washington, a hotbed for non-traditional, anti-family programs.  Girl Scouts supports and promotes The Wright Conversations.  Look where Ms. Wallace-Wright was trained:

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Basicallly, Ms. Wallace-Wright pimps for Planned Parenthood.wright pp workshopThe girls themselves pimp for Planned Parenthood by selling cookies, and the wheels on the bus go round and round.

How does the following screenshot from the Girl Scouts of Western Washington make sense?


Even if you don’t live in Washington, Girl Scouts of America is Girl Scouts of America everywhere.  Try American Heritage Girls instead.  And maybe make some homemade chocolate chip cookies instead of buying Planned Parenthood (GSA) cookies.

4 thoughts on “When Your Christmas Cookies Run Out, Don’t Fill the Void With Girl Scout Cookies

  • January 31, 2017 at 6:59 am

    As for education, we all learn from many different sources. Assuming that her classes follows a Planned Parenthood agenda is highly presumptuous on your part.

    And as for the First Amendment you are correct, you have a First Amendment right to say whatever you want, however, there is a responsibility as descent human beings to not be slanderous in our statements about individuals. You are making wide sweeping assumptions about her class content that is inaccurate.

    It is not so much that I do not agree with you, which I do, it is that your comments are not well informed. I know her classes well. She is not promoting abortion, or as you put it promiscuity. You are not being fair or accurate. I hope that any parents who are researching her that see your comments, see mine too.

    • January 31, 2017 at 11:08 pm

      Any association with Planned Parenthood is cause for alarm. The organization begins their relationship with children in a rather benign manner, only to turn dangerous over time.

      If Ms. Wright has nothing to do with Planned Parenthood, why did she get an education from them? Why are Girl Scouts partnering with Planned Parenthood? Why is sex ed taught in Girl Scouts? You didn’t answer me as to whether there are biology books in science class in the state of Washington.

      I think you have missed the point of this website. As a decent human being, it is my responsibility to protect kids from danger. Anybody who has an influence on children and has an association with Planned Parenthood in any way is subject matter. Anybody who fits this category and wants help severing their relationship with Planned Parenthood, please contact abortionworker.com. Their identity will be kept anonymous.

  • January 30, 2017 at 12:39 pm

    Peggy, you have no idea what you are talking about. Your comments are neither well-informed or productive. It is a shame that the internet has provided you a platform to publish such rubbish. Planned Parenthood invasion?! seriously, have you met with Robin or taken one of her puberty classes? There is no insidious PP agenda or content in her classes.

    • January 30, 2017 at 10:13 pm

      The internet has also given you, Marla, a platform to reply to articles you agree and disagree with. It’s called the First Amendment.

      Why did Ms. Wright get her education from Planned Parenthood? Are there no biology books in schools?

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