Planned Parenthood workers have again been caught discussing dangerous sex techniques like bondage and asphyxiation with an underage girl.

Pro-life advocacy group Live Action released the graphic new video earlier this week showing a Planned Parenthood employee teaching underage girls about bondage.

The video, taken at a Planned Parenthood facility in Littleton, Colo., shows an employee telling a Live Action investigator posing as a 15-year-old how to engage in dangerous sexual activity.

The employee was responding to the investigator's request for advice. The employee said it would be “helpful” if the girl and her boyfriend read the book 50 Shades of Grey or did “Internet research” on the subject.

The employee told the girl to go through “the different things that are in there,” but encouraged the girl and her boyfriend to ask each other, “Are you comfortable with this? Are you not comfortable with this?”

The employee then started talking about using sex toys, and mentioned one (which was censored by Live Action) that “scares the hell” out of her. Even so, the employee told a person she thought was a 15-year-old girl about the toys.

“But there is some really weird stuff out there -- which would be weird to me,” the employee said, adding that “it can be really fun” to try things from fetish videos.

The employee also asked whether the girl and her boyfriend had visited a sex shop together. Minors under the age of 18 aren't allowed to enter such establishments.

"They have whips, ties, everything,” the employee said.

After talking about walking a man around on a leash — pretending he's a dog or a horse — the employee concluded: “There’s some cool stuff out there that’s really interesting.”

Neither the Planned Parenthood facility in which the video was recorded nor the national office responded to a request for comment by the Washington Examiner.

On the same day Live Action released its video, Senate Democrats abortion/">held a hearing on the deceptively-titled Women's Health Protection Act, which, according to Steve Ertelt of LifeNews, would “wipe out almost every single pro-life law on abortion."

The bill would make it easier for abortion providers like Dr. Kermit Gosnell -- who was convicted in 2013 of murdering three infants at his abortion clinic in Philadelphia and sentenced to life in prison -- to operate, according to Carol Tobias of the National Right to Life Committee.

Responding to questions from Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, about what pro-life laws the bill would overturn, Tobias pointed to Gosnell.

“If the measure would single out abortion, it would be invalid,” Tobias said. “Abortionists like Kermit Gosnell would be able to continue and set up shop.”

Supporters of the bill, like Nancy Northup of the Center for Reproductive Rights, say it will reverse “oppressive requirements that grossly exceed what is necessary to ensure high standards of care -- and that apply to no similarly low-risk medical procedures.”