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SIGN THE PETITION: Teen Vogue, stop promoting anal sex to teen girls!

July 13, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) — Commentator Matt Walsh delivered a searing response to Teen Vogue’s recent story headlined “A Guide to Anal Sex; How to do it the RIGHT way.”  

Walsh points out that the article begins with a moral “Come on, everyone is doing it” defense of anal sex before launching into its “how-to” guide for teen sodomy.

“[The] Left wants nothing more than to turn your child into a sexual deviant. This is the primary goal of modern leftism,” says Walsh. “Nothing matters more to them than converting your child into the religion of self-indulgence. After all, it may be too late to mold you into a desperate, lonely, sex-obsessed freak, but your daughter? Well, she’s ripe for the picking.”

Walsh views leftist-controlled media to be the modern incarnation of the creepy trench-coated predators of years past. “These predators generally have two justifications they trot out whenever anyone has the audacity to get mad at them for promoting deviancy and fetishism to kids. I heard both yesterday when I complained on Twitter about the sodomy edition of Teen Vogue:

  1. “Kids are going to be doing [whatever debauched activity — anal sex in this case] anyway, so they may as well learn how to do it safely!”

  2. “It’s none of your business! Go away and let us foist our disgusting, idiotic sexual views on your children!”

Yes, the left wants to take full charge of your children, and parental interference only gets in the way. But protective parental guidance is what kids need most. Without it, the world seizes control of children. Walsh says, “The left only succeeds in its relentless efforts to corrupt our children because many parents, tasked by God with protecting their kids’ souls, are not willing to do the job.”  

A direct attack on your children

Walsh advises, “We ought to be defensive and protective of our children. You ought to see this stuff as a direct attack on your family, because that’s what it is. These people want to make a pervert of your son and a sex doll of your daughter. You ought to take that personally. You ought to take it personally that Teen Vogue just tried to convince your daughter to let a boy sodomize her. That’s about as personal as it gets.”

To his assertion that the “Left wants to turn your child into a sexual deviant,” Walsh simply advises, “Don’t let them.”

In today’s world parents are not only the last line of defense for the world’s assault on their kid’s morals, they are often the only line of defense.

LGBT sites love the Teen Vogue article: ‘Anal sex is just good clean fun’

The gay website, Queerty, posted a piece, “Teen Vogue published an exhaustive guide to anal sex and the Internet is having a tizzy.”

The article extols the advice offered, which assures young teen girl readers, “[Y]ou will not poop on anyone during anal sex. Sure, there are horror stories, but aren’t there always?”

It continues, “That being said, yes, you will come in contact with some fecal matter. You are entering a butthole. It is where poop comes out. Expecting to do anal play and see zero poop isn’t particularly realistic. It’s NOT a big deal. Everyone poops. Everyone has a butt.”

“The article … emphasizes the fact that at the end of the day, anal sex is just good clean fun — even if it occasionally involves poop.”   

Another gay site, Unicornbooty, is thrilled with the pushback the Teen Vogue article is getting and declared, “Let the outrage begin!” Echoing the Queerty piece, the article concludes, “Knowledge is power, even if that power involves some poop.”       

Gwyneth Paltrow: Mother Nature vs. Teen Vogue

Earlier this year, Academy Award-winning actress Gwyneth Paltrow offered “useful advice and assurances that anal sex is now widely socially accepted” to readers of her lifestyle blog Goop. She pointed out that anal sex is “practically standard in the modern bedroom repertoire,” according to Pink News.

But the article took a surprising turn when she asked psychoanalyst Paul Joannides “What should we be telling our kids about anal?” He warned that anal sex is not a topic to discuss with young people. “I don’t see anal being at the top of most parents’ ‘should talk to our kids about’ lists. There are more important things we need to be talking about first.”  

“The way you see anal sex portrayed in porn is about as real as how they drive cars in The Fast and the Furious. The anus isn’t designed to have a penis thrust up it; nature did not spec it to handle incoming, as she did with the vagina.”

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Doug Mainwaring is a journalist for LifeSiteNews, an author, and a marriage, family and children's rights activist.  He has testified before the United States Congress and state legislative bodies, originated and co-authored amicus briefs for the United States Supreme Court, and has been a guest on numerous TV and radio programs.  Doug and his family live in the Washington, DC suburbs.