Nasty online teen mag needs to come down, says pro-family group

Tuesday, May 26, 2020
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Charlie Butts (OneNewsNow.com)

cover of Teen VogueAn online safety organization is asking the public for help to shut down an Internet magazine for youth.

Teen Vogue is the culprit, according to Enough is Enough, an organization that works to keep families safe from Internet trash. Donna Hughes, who heads the group, tells OneNewsNow that Teen Vogue switched its magazine from print to online only several years ago.

"[But] they have been promoting for years sexually exploitive articles encouraging their 'teen and tween audiences' to engage in risky and often illegal sexual activity, including producing child pornography by sexting," she explains. Among recent article titles on Teen Vogue: "Sexting should make you feel good," and "How to Sext: The Best Tips and Tricks."

Hughes, Donna Rice (Enough is Enough)The online mag – which is owned by Condé Naste – has also promoted sodomy between underage boys and girls, and most recently posted an article on how children can keep their sex lives alive during the pandemic.

Magazine officials apparently have paid no attention to public pleas to stop posting such material, so Hughes is asking people to sign an online petition to shut down the magazine once and for all.

"These petitions are going directly to the CEO of Condé Naste and other senior executives," Hughes explains. "We really need [the public's] help because we say enough is enough; this is a parent's worst nightmare. This is a publication that many parents would think would be wholesome, but it's not – it's just the opposite."

Hughes argues that the public has been patient enough – and that parents ought to be signing the petition in droves. Nearly 42,000 have so far.

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