Twitter has banned a woman for mocking a Teen Vogue editor who was honored after publishing an anal sex guide teaching young kids sodomy.
“The Twitter police have suspended a popular Christian blogger for criticizing a Teen Vogue editor who published an article encouraging teens to have anal sex."
“On her Twitter account, Grace Johnston mocked the editor of Teen Vogue for allowing the irresponsible piece to be published.”
Teen Vogue Editor Phillip Picardi had been honored as #13 of the “50 Most Influential LGBTs in Media” by The Advocate.
Johnston posted a viral video (11 million views) on her Facebook page denouncing “Teen Vogue’s” lewd articles and launching the #PullTeenVogue campaign urging parents to make store owners aware of the smut and demand they pull the publication from their shelves.
“These editors’ BRAINS are in the garbage - so let’s put their SALES in the garbage,” Johnston says as she flips through a copy of the magazine, highlighting one lurid article after another.
Teen Vogue, a publication presumably intended for teens, released an in-depth guide on July 7 teaching young people how to engage in anal sex.
In the ‘Anal Sex: What You Need to Know’ guide, Teen Vogue’s Gigi Engle promises to teach teenagers “How to do it the RIGHT way.”
“Anal sex, though often stigmatized, is a perfectly natural way to engage in sexual activity,” the article says, arguing that anal sex “feel[s] awesome.”
Johnston’s offending (and last) Twitter post is below.