Teen Vogue was a US magazine targeted at teenage girls. It started with stories about fashion and celebrities. However, it has expanded its focus from fashion and beauty to include politics and current affairs. At the beginning, it seemed to be so good and funny, but now, the famous magazine for teen girls has been including controversial topics promoting anti-values among girls.
-Celebrating anal sex
The popular magazine published an article titled “Anal Sex: What You Need To Know,” which billed itself as a “just the facts” sex health education piece. Much controversy has since erupted as some believe Teen Vogue crossed a legal line of peddling obscenity to minors.
The fashion magazine is pushing the idea that prostitution is acceptable. The published an article called “Why Sex is Real Work,” Tlaleng Mofokeng, a medical doctor, noted that sex tourist destination Amsterdam will soon legally bar guided tours through the red light district but that many “sex workers,”, a euphemism for prostituted persons but is often used to include brothel keepers and pornographers, are opposing the ban.
“Not all sex workers engage in penetrative sex, though, undeniably, that is a big part of sex work. Sex-worker services between consenting adults may include companionship, intimacy, nonsexual role playing, dancing, escorting, and stripping. These roles are often pre-determined, and all parties should be comfortable with them,” she explained.
-Teaching kids how to have an abortion without parental permission.
-Promoting witchcraft and magic
Now this popular teen magazine is offering guidelines on “sex spells,” guaranteed to “make your orgasms magical”.
The new article, by astrologer Lisa Stardust, is titled, “How to Use Sex Magic to Manifest Your Best Self,” and contains quotes like this one, by Taylor Cordova: “Through sacred sex, we find a particularly ripe portal for making our wildest dreams come true and drawing our hearts desire into our energetic field.”
It seems that the popular magazine, especially for young people, is promoting witchcraft and magic, including sex spells to enhance one’s personal pleasure.
Many have pronounced against the “open-minded” information given by Teen Vogue magazine.
One of them is Conservative radio host and best-selling author Eric Metaxas has accused Teen Vogue of making a “pact with Satan” by teaching young girls to have anal sex in a recently published how-to guide.
Elizabeth Johnston, also known as “The Activist Mommy,” whose video blasting the magazine article has netted more than 11 million views in just over a week. Johnston is spearheading a #PullTeenVogue grassroots campaign, urging parents to go to their local libraries, gas stations, and grocery stores, and ask that they pull the magazine from the shelves. She has been interviewed nationally and internationally about her efforts and is encouraging her nearly 250,000 fans on Facebook to call the Department of Justice to complain that the magazine is peddling obscenity to minors and to note that the law is on the side of decency.
Franklyn Graham suggested parents by saying “Parents be warned. Teach your children the truth about sexual relations. Warn them against what the socialist progressives want to push on the innocents”. Schools will not teach the truth, the media will not teach the truth, it’s up to you to raise your children in truth and knowledge.” “As parents and grandparents, regardless of one’s faith, we shouldn’t stand by and let this kind of trash be pawned off on our children,” Graham continued.
Others urge parents to teach their children what the Bible says about sexuality.
— Eric Metaxas (@ericmetaxas) 17 de julio de 2017