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Teen Vogue Contributing to Delinquency of Minors by Pushing Anal Sex. Where's the Arrest?

Teen Vogue Guide to Anal Sex

There are laws, you know. Laws all over this country that prohibit you from speaking lewdly to a minor. You will end up on a sex offender list if you show pornography to a minor. Every state has a "contributing to the delinquency of a minor" law. New York (which I chose because of its lax attitude toward any type of morality) has a law that says:

A person is guilty of endangering the welfare of a child when:

  1. He or she knowingly acts in a manner likely to be injurious to the physical, mental or moral welfare of a child less than seventeen years old or directs or authorizes such child to engage in an occupation involving a substantial risk of danger to his or her life or health;  [emphasis mine]

And yet Teen Vogue is distributing lewd mental porn to kids encouraging them to harm themselves and no one has been arrested. Their recent smut guide to anal sex for minors caused a serious uproar in sane circles, especially from parents with teens who think minors should not be engaging in sex — let alone risky and unhealthy behaviors that lead to high instances of HIV transmission like anal sex. Most parents thought Teen Vogue was a fashion magazine. It turns out it's porn dressed up as "education" with writers who are little more than creeps on the corner wearing trench coats waiting to flash your kid.

The author of the article, Gigi Engle, is your typical SJW nightmare. She is often written about lovingly by millennial magazines and photographed under soft lighting wearing problem glasses and surrounded by silicone dildos trying to look intellectual. If only I had been forward thinking enough to make a career writing about lube and rim jobs for kids, I could be the toast of NYC and published by Simon & Schuster. Perhaps not surprisingly, the editor of Teen Vogue is a gay man who responded to concerned parents like this:

Call me naive, but I always thought Teen Vogue was targeted at teen girls. What does a gay man know about teen girls? Clearly not much if he's running stories about anal sex as something girls are interested in. Newsflash: We're not. A quick survey of my female friends and relatives showed 100 percent opposition to the act and zero interest in any details. In fact the exact quotes were,

"It's repulsive!"

"Vile."

"Eeargh!"

And before you get all "lots of women have anal sex!" just know that most of the ones who do it are either paid to do it on camera or are so unattractive they can't get a boyfriend any other way. There may be a few out there who consent to this, but I'm not convinced it doesn't have more to do with pleasing their partner than sexual pleasure. In fact, a study done in London questioned sexually active teens who reported that their experience with anal sex between teen girls and boys was "coercive and painful." Hardly a ringing endorsement.

But this is the stuff Teen Vogue's editor thinks your teen girls ought to be doing. And if you don't, well," f*** you." This can't be the public relations strategy they decided on, could it? Is Teen Vogue owned by United?

But the biggest unanswered question is why perverts who flash people are arrested but the editors and writers at Teen Vogue, who are doing similar if not worse to kids, aren't.