If anything good has come of Alexis McGill Johnson’s tenure as president of Planned Parenthood, it is the honesty she has brought to the organization.
For years, Planned Parenthood has claimed abortion only accounts for three percent of its overall services, and its primary concern is providing women with affordable health care.
Despite that, the organization has persisted with this lie to earn the support of people who think abortion is a “necessary evil.”
The organization’s marketing strategy on this front appears to have changed, however, thanks to Johnson.
In a recent interview with The Washington Post, Johnson said she no longer wants to “marginalize” abortion by insisting it is only a