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Here’s Some Of The Most Explicit Material Teen Vogue Published In 2019 – THESE PEOPLE ARE SICK

Here’s Some Of The Most Explicit Material Teen Vogue Published In 2019

  • Teen Vogue published many highly explicit stories aimed at a teenage audience in 2019.
  • The publication posted stories about anal sex, sex magic, fat sex, and more.
  • Teen Vogue is driven by a “clear agenda to sexualize and exploit the minds of its young teen and tween readers,” Enough is Enough President Donna Rice Hughes warns.

Teen Vogue churned out a variety of highly explicit sexual material for its teenage audience in 2019.

The publication has been described as a “glossy” magazine “aimed at teenage girls” that has recently stepped forward into the political spectrum to criticize President Donald Trump. But in 2019, Teen Vogue also offered teenagers a chance to discover “How To Have Queer Sex,” “How To Use Sex Magic To Manifest Your Best Self,” “How To Get An Abortion If You’re A Teen,” and more.

Several of these stories cite Planned Parenthood, the nation’s largest abortion provider, as their source for health and sex tips. The stories are posted on Teen Vogue’s website, many are shared on Twitter, and some are highlighted on the publication’s Instagram page.

Critics of the publication say that Teen Vogue’s content is entirely unfit for its teenaged audience. Donna Rice Hughes, President and CEO of Enough is Enough, an organization dedicated to making the internet safer for children, warns that Teen Vogue is driven by “a clear agenda to sexualize and exploit the minds of its young teen and tween readers during what should be a protected period of innocence.”

Anti-trafficking activist Jaco Booyens says the publication’s content grooms young people and seeks to desensitize them to such explicit content. (RELATED: Child Sex-Trafficking Is More Common In The US Than People Realize, Activist Says. Here’s What You Should Know)

“Our culture is in a dire state due to sexual immorality,” Booyens warned. ” Introducing sexual acts and concepts with fluid language to desensitize our youth is without question grooming.  Thereby the radical left such as Teen Vogue is playing into the hands of pedophiles, or doing so by design.”

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