There were over one million views in about twelve hours of an activist mom’s social media video exposing an anal sex tutorial written by author Gigi Engle for Teen Vogue magazine with a demographic of 11 to 17 year olds.
The video on her Facebook page has since hit 1.9 million views, watch here:
That’s a lot of attention!
The outraged mom’s video hit the Twitter and Facebook communities by storm calling for parents to go to local gas stations, local libraries and local grocery stores, requesting they speak to the owners or managers, demanding they remove Teen Vogue from the shelves immediately.
Operation Teen Vogue was started when an activist and Christian mom, known throughout social media as “Activist Mommy” (www.ActivistMommyOffical.com), was looking through the June/July edition of Teen Vogue’s magazine and came across Engle’s article that teaches children how to be “safely sodomized”. The “guide” to anal sex is complete with graphic illustrations.
Engle, claiming to be a “sex authority”, has only a journalist degree. Activist Mommy points out on her Facebook page that the author is not a certified sex therapist. Engle’s article lists the health risks that go with indulging in anal intercourse:
Loss of bowel control, condyloma acuminata, hemorrhoids, nonspecific proctitis, anal fistula, perirectal abscess, anal fissure, amebiasis, benign polyps, viral hepatitis, gonorrhea, syphilis, anorectal trauma, shigellosis, rectal ulcers and lymphogranuloma venereum, and proctal prolapse (where the colon turns inside out and exits through the rectum, often requiring surgery).
Also in this edition, there are articles teaching children how to masturbate, on homosexual sex, gender fluidity, and the profiling of Lena and Grace Dunham lending role model status to them, intended or not.
The Activist Mommy of ten is rallying like-minded moms across social media to join in OPERATION PULL TEEN VOGUE.
Elizabeth is an activist mom blogger educating the public about current events and topics that are important to families. She and her husband Patrick, a medical doctor, are available to speak at conferences and events and lead a pro-life ministry to rescue children from abortion.