What the hell is wrong with Teen Vogue?
Back when I was a teen, Teen Vogue was a vacuous rag that explained how to match bold nail colors to my school uniform, and whether or not I should put toothpaste on my zits. I loved it.
Now, it’s a vacuous mag that teaches the young girls of today how anal sex works, that abortion is hilarious, how much America sucks, and that ‘Racism and Patriotism Go Hand in Hand.’
It’s a hard Leftists indoctrination machine… and they’ve hit a new low.
The magazine is now sending out advice on how to get an abortion as a minor, via the social media app Snapchat.
According to Daily Caller:
Teen Vogue posted a Snapchat story Saturday that instructs teenagers on how to obtain abortions, including how to navigate parental consent.
Teen Vogue’s Snapchat story was featured on Snapchat’s Discovery page among a variety of other outlets’ stories — usually, 24-hour-lasting snaps displaying news and pop culture content that can cost advertisers around $50,000 a day, according to Wallaroo Media.
So Teen Vogue spent $50,000 making sure little girl far and wide knew how to get abortions.
The publication built on a June Teen Vogue article by writer Nona Willis Aronowitz in her column Down To Find Out, entitled “How to Get an Abortion If You’re a Teen.” Neither Snapchat nor Teen Vogue responded to multiple requests for comment from the Daily Caller News Foundation.
“Imagine this … ” reads an image included in the Snapchat story, which still remains on the Discover page as of Monday afternoon.
“You’re 16, you’re pregnant, and you don’t want to be. How can you go about getting an abortion if you’re under 18? Read on to find out more … ”
Of course, Teen Vogue doesn’t suggest to 16-year-olds they should abstain from sex in order to not get pregnant in the first place. That would be baby slut-shaming.
Here’s what they posted:
“Having access to abortion should be your right, regardless of your parents’ beliefs,” the story continues. “Unfortunately, not every state legislature agrees so the first step is knowing your state’s rules when it comes to parental consent.”
The Snapchat story then instructs kids on how to talk to their evil, bigoted parents about their need for “abortion care.”
“There is another legal option in many states that would let you get an abortion without parental approval called a judicial bypass procedure — but it takes time and involves testifying before a judge. In any case, you can also contact your local abortion fund if you need help paying for it on your own.”
The Daily Caller reports that ninety-two percent of U.S. teenagers aged 12 to 17 use Snapchat.