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Condé Nasty Scales Back Degenerate Rag Teen Vogue

Teen Vogue's September edition featured an article called 'Born Identity: Growing Up Transgender' and Ansel Elgort on the cover. Elgort's father, who is of Russian Jewish descent, has been a photographer for Vogue for more than 30 years, according to Wikipedia.

From the Hope Springs Eternal Department comes news that Condé Nast is reducing the frequency of most of its titles, including the print edition of Teen Vogue.

Teen Vogue — largely led in recent years by its homosexual editor of digital content Phillip Picardi — has been dispensing social engineering propaganda for the LBGT community and neo-Marxist politics. Knowing for some time that the end game was near for the failed rag, it has been ramping up its focus on “diversity issues” and Pervert Justice Warrior themes.

For example, it recently promoted a children’s LBGT fairy tale book called “Promised Land.”

Not long ago, it published a horrific article advising teenage girls on how to have anal sex. The article’s author, Jewish writer Gigi Engle, told its readers:

Anal sex, though often stigmatized, is a perfectly natural way to engage in sexual activity. The anus is full of nerve endings that, for some, feel awesome when stimulated. It [anal sodomy] is often described as a feeling of fullness, which can be delightful. Yes, there may be some poop.

The article cavalierly ends with these three sentences: “It’s NOT a big deal. Everyone poops. Everyone has a butt.” Keep in mind, Teen Vogue’s name implies its target audience is those between the ages of 13 and 19, but its core readership are young adolescents ages 11 to 15.

Teen Vogue editor Philip Picardi didn’t lose his job after flipping the bird to readers and parents who objected to the magazine’s pro-sodomy article. How is it possible that he wasn’t fired from Condé Nast — but rather promoted?

After harsh backlash against the child-sodomy article, Picardi, who is also the editor of Allure magazine, decided to issue a string of defiant tweets. One showed him kissing another man as he gave critics the middle finger. Note that Picardi’s middle finger has a rainbow painted on the fingernail. The rainbow has become a modern symbol of an increasingly aggressive LGBTQ-rights “revolution.”

Picardi wrapped up his Twitter storm by stating, “The backlash to this [sodomy] article is rooted in homophobia. It’s also laced in arcane delusion about what it means to be a young person today.”

Well, Mr. Picardi, the marketplace has delivered its verdict: You’re done. Well, sort of. He was removed from Teen Vogue, but not fired. Condé Nast is giving him his own LBGT magazine to launch called Them. Is this one going to promote adolescent anal sex as well?

By the way, Mr. Picardi, you may find this hard to imagine, but studies clearly show that young women do not find anal sex pleasurable. Most often, they’re pressured into it by porn-addled young men. One study suggested that around 20 percent of heterosexual pornography features rectal intercourse. Often, it’s presented as something that is both routine and painless for women.

The bottom line (no pun intended): It’s an exit, not an entrance.

The federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) warned last year that “anal sex is the riskiest sexual behavior for getting and transmitting HIV for men and women.” And a Danish study has recently suggested that homosexual men may have a 17-fold increase in risk of anal cancer.

One U.S. study estimates there are four times as many women as men now practicing “receptive anal intercourse.” These sodomy-practicing women are apparently doing whatever is required to please their man or men. Heterosexual American women now have twice the incidence of anal cancer as heterosexual men.

Shame on you Condé Nasty and Teen Vogue — and good riddance.

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    Promised Land is dedicated to the Pulse 49 in its inside cover.