Teen Vogue blasted for teaching girls how to get an abortion without consent
The ‘Activist Mommy’ has once again blasted Teen Vogue after the magazine posted an article giving teens instructions on how to get an abortion without telling their parents.
Elizabeth Johnston, dubbed the ‘Activist Mommy’ has taken to Facebook to slam Teen Vogue. She stated, “It can be tricky,” the article warns. Disgusting child sex guide Teen Vogue advises young woman how to get an abortion without her pro-life parents knowing about it!!!”
This was one of the reasons Elizabeth Johntston, the Activist Mommy, fought so hard against the magazine Teen Vogue when it was still in print and publishing such disgusting articles for young girls as how to have anal sex or the best vibrators to purchase.
While the print magazine was pulled from the shelves after our national campaign against its perversion, the website still provides young girls with all manner of disgusting advice about “sexual health and identity,” something no child has any place hearing about from anyone but their parents.
In a recent article for TeenVogue.com’s “Down to Find Out” column, in which author Nona Willis Aronowitz “addresses your biggest questions about sex, dating, relationships, and all the gray areas in between,” young readers got a practical how-to guide on something truly horrifying.
The popular blogger was banned from Twitter in 2017 after calling out Teen Vogue for their magazine article telling kids how to perform sodomy.
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