Seventeen Magazine Joins Dumpster Fire Culture with Vagina Nails
Not to be outdone by Teen Vogue's raunchy and unsafe "Guide to Anal Sex" for teen girls, Seventeen magazine has waded into the cultural septic tank with this: "This Realistic Vagina Manicure is Exactly What I Needed Today," by Hannah Orenstein. That's right, I hope you're not eating dinner, but they are featuring a nail artist who has created goopy-looking genitals your teen daughter can wear on her fingers. I already have nightmares about people with fake nails (and all the bacteria underneath) at restaurants. Now add genitalia. Wonderful!
Clearly, this isn't in the same category as the extreme sex guide that Teen Vogue thought it could sell to American teens (before it shuttered), but it is one more example of the mental illness that exists on the left. What's with this obsession with vaginas and selling sex to minors? This makes you look nuts, fyi. This, in a nutshell, is why Trump won.
Orenstein's other contributions to a magazine for minors recently: "These are the 10 Best Places to Get Condoms for free," "43 Girls Get Real About Their First Time Having Sex," "30 Girls Get Real About the Moment They Knew They Weren't Straight," and "18 Girls Get Real about Masturbating." This is deliberate targeting of children with the political messaging and ideology of the far left, not to mention sexual grooming.
We're all done with this cultural sickness. If you are doubtful, read the replies to Seventeen's tweet. There are hundreds and none of them positive.
In case you don't think this is political, see another set of nails by the same artist also featured in Orenstein's article. She doesn't hide her dislike for President Trump.
Like Teen Vogue, Seventeen also thinks all teen girls are or should be anti-Trump. I don't know what kind of household you run, but in mine, we respect the presidents of the United States, including the ones I don't personally like. If you've done so well in life that you became the primary resident of 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue, you deserve basic respect and a little awe. We've only had 45 of them in over 200 years. Even a president you hate is still sitting in George Washington's chair right now. Have a little respect for the office at the very least.
There's something highly unsavory about teaching teenagers, who know absolutely nothing about life yet, to spit on the iconic and important American institution of the presidency. It's almost as gross as these nails.
You know what my pre-teen daughter is into? Minecraft, live-streaming, and making clay miniatures. Wouldn't those things be more appropriate for an audience of 12- to 17-year-olds? What teenager do you know who would enjoy wearing genitalia on her fingers? And what 12- to 17-year-old do you know who is so politically aware that she knows why she should like or dislike a sitting president? Is there anyone at Seventeen who looks at this stuff and thinks, maybe this isn't appropriate for our audience?
Dump Seventeen straight into the garbage where it belongs.