Shortly after Condé Nast appointed Elaine Welteroth as editor-in-chief and Phillip Picardi as digital director of Teen Vogue, the magazine became explicitly political.
Some people were alarmed by this change, expecting a teen-oriented magazine to publish “makeup tutorials and One Direction interviews,” not essays about gaslighting.
In fact, Elizabeth Johnston, a “concerned” mother, burned her daughter’s copy of the magazine after reading an article about demystifying anal sex.
And now, they level the meaning of ‘wokeness’ after the historic success of overturning Roe v. Wade, the magazine issued new guidance on Thursday for its young audience on how to patronize killing babies instead of preserving life.
Motherhood or abstinence are not options at Teen Vogue, and contributor Lauren Rankin is now providing teens with the steps in procuring an abortion.
Rankin wastes no time providing the best resources for young women to murder their babies. She gives her young readers an interactive map of which states have banned abortion.
Here’s what she wrote:
“Right now, the state of legal abortion is in flux as some states implement their trigger laws to ban abortion now that Roe v. Wade has been overturned. Thirteen states have trigger laws, but they are not all currently in effect. The Guttmacher Institute is currently refreshing information on abortion’s legality across the states in real time at their interactive map. Teen Vogue is also tracking this information here.”
It gets worse as she expands the list to include which states require parental notification and which do not. Good on Teen Vogue for causing chaos and distrust amongst family members.
Rankin wanted young girls to go before a judge for permission rather than talk to one’s families.
“Judicial bypass allows you to go directly before a judge and get approval from that judge to have an abortion, rather than having consent from your parents. Yes, it’s paternalistic and unfair that you literally have to get permission from someone else to choose what to do with your body, but it is an option for legal abortion.” Essentially, “go behind your parent’s back and murder your child and their grandchild!”
‘The Daily Wire’ dropped some details on a 2019 article published by ‘Teen Vogue’:
In July 2019, Teen Vogue published an article titled, “How to Get an Abortion If You’re a Teen” in which the author posited, “It’s only logical that if teens are mature enough to become parents, they are mature enough to decide whether or not they want to give birth. Having access to abortion should be your right, regardless of your parents’ beliefs.”
“You know your parents best: Do you fear for your safety if you reveal your pregnancy?” the 2019 article asked. “Are you worried they might meet you with violence or kick you out of the house? If yes, there is a legal option in 36 states that would let you get an abortion without parental approval called a judicial bypass procedure — an infantilizing holdup to which nobody should have to resort.”
“Everybody loves someone who’s had an abortion. Including you,” the 2019 article concluded.
Thursday’s guidance opined, “On Friday, June 24, the Supreme Court struck down Roe v. Wade, ending the constitutional right to an abortion and creating chaos across the country.”
“For pregnant people in the seven current states that have near-total abortion bans in effect, it’s a stressful and confusing situation,” the article continued. “For pregnant youth, that stress and confusion is compounded by a system designed to make accessing an abortion even more difficult for them.”
“It is possible to safely self-manage an abortion through medication,” the new guidance advised, “The World Health Organization has specific guidance on self-managed abortion with pills up to 10 weeks of pregnancy.”
After pointing to various sites teenagers could visit for abortion “medication,” Teen Vogue cautioned, “Depending on your state’s current abortion laws, it could take a while for the pills to get to you, but it is worth going through a reputable provider to ensure that the medication you get is verifiable and safe.”
In 2019, Teen Vogue released a video titled, “5 Common Misconceptions About Sex and Gender.” The video featured various speakers insisting that gender is a fluid construct and “binary is bulls***.” Additional comments also mocked the concept that if a boy has a penis, he’s a boy, and if a girl has a vagina, she’s a girl.
Watch it here: TeenVogue/Youtube