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Franklin Graham slams Teen Vogue: Don’t let ‘this kind of trash be pawned off on our children’

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

July 27, 2017 (LifeSiteNews) – Evangelist Franklin Graham slammed Teen Vogue for its recent anal sex how-to in a strongly worded Facebook post on July 20.

The article that gave kids as young as 11 "the lowdown on everything you need to know about butt stuff" was "perverse and morally degenerate," Graham, the son of televangelist Billy Graham, wrote. 

"They are glorifying anal sex and doing nothing to warn young readers of the extreme dangers that this practice brings from a medical standpoint," Graham warned. "Even more important are the spiritual ramifications. Sodomy is a sin against God."

Graham praised vlogger Elizabeth Johnston (the "Activist Mommy") for burning a copy of Teen Vogue

"Good for her!" lauded Graham. "As parents and grandparents, regardless of one’s faith, we shouldn’t stand by and let this kind of trash be pawned off on our children. Other recent articles are just as bad. Teen Vogue is now in the category of a porn magazine and should be regulated as such."

"Your local drug store or grocery store that is selling this magazine might not be aware that they’re selling pornography," wrote Graham. "Let’s make them aware and ask them to take Teen Vogue off their shelves." 

He also suggested people contact companies that advertise in Teen Vogue to "let them know we don’t appreciate their support of this obscene content aimed at children and teens."

"Teach your children the truth about sexual relations," Graham implored parents. "Warn them against what the socialist progressives want to push on the innocents."

The Teen Vogue article didn't warn of the various health risks of anal sex. 

"Anal intercourse is the riskiest form of sexual activity for several reasons," according to WedMD. These include lack of natural lubrication, tissue inside the anus being "vulnerable to tearing and the spread of infection," and the potential for infections caused by bacteria.

The Teen Vogue article did acknowledge, however, that "expecting to do anal play and see zero poop isn’t particularly realistic."

"You will come in contact with some fecal matter," it admitted. 

Graham's full post is below.

 

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