At its heart, Planned Parenthood the institution and Planned Parenthood the cause are really about guaranteeing a certain amount of compassion and care for particularly women, young women, at a very vulnerable time in their lives, when they're first discovering sex and relationships and go to Planned Parenthood for birth control to learn about sex and ask questions about sex to people who are not their parents or their pastors or their friends. One out of every three women in America has used Planned Parenthood for affordable healthcare at some point.
Feminism inherited from Marxism a collective worldview. Instead of seeing life as a matter of individuals each seeking to improve their own lives, the Marxist sees only the class struggle between the toiling masses and the demonized bourgeoisie. Likewise, feminists don’t see the individual man and woman, but rather perceive them only in their collective roles in the system of “male supremacy,” where men are oppressors and women are victims. Declaring that this systemic “injustice and domination” is universal, as Professor Jagger says, feminism insists that “individual solutions” are impossible, and that only a collective “commitment to gender justice” can bring about “social change.”