There’s a good chance that if you follow Elizabeth Johnston, the Activist Mommy, you first heard of her when she famously asked her husband to build a bonfire in their back yard so she could burn a copy of Teen Vogue in July of 2017.
Why did Elizabeth decide to set this tween and teen magazine ablaze?
Because of a disgusting and irresponsible “Guide to Anal Sex” they’d published for their readers, who on average range between the ages of 11 and 17.
Well, the rest is history (and you can catch that video at the end of this post.)
Teen Vogue, who shuttered its print edition not long after the huge backlash to the perverted article, would apparently prefer that this sodomy 101 course be revived again and again.
And this is how they decided to celebrate Christmas.
On Christmas Day, the magazine cheerfully bid its followers “Welcome to Anal Sex 101” along with a link to an updated version of their notorious sodomy manual.
Welcome to Anal Sex 101 https://t.co/U9KQLw2Han
— Teen Vogue (@TeenVogue) December 25, 2019
Well. Merry Christmas to you too, Teen Vogue.
If you’ve never read the original article, which you ought to be warned is quite graphic, here is a little sampler (which again, is quite graphic):
“It’s important that we talk about all kinds of sex because not everyone is having, or wants to have, ‘penis in the vagina’ sex. If you do have ‘penis in the vagina’ sex and are curious about something else, or are finding that that type of sex is not for you and you’d like to explore other options, it’s helpful to know the facts. Even if you do learn more and decide anal sex is not a thing you’d like to try, it doesn’t hurt to have the information,” the guide begins.
“The anus is full of nerve endings that, for some people, feel awesome when stimulated. The opening of the butthole is where the most nerves are, so you don’t have to put anything very far up there (if you don’t want to) for it to feel good,” it continues.
This is about as much as we can stomach repeating on this website, but the article goes on to discuss the appeal of anal sex to “those of you who have a prostate,” confirms that anal sex does involve possible contact with fecal matter, and offers tips on how to “work your way up” to anal sex by inserting smaller items into your rectum.
Again, this is all for a publication aimed at readers as young as 11 years old.
All we can say is…take it away, Elizabeth:
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