Elizabeth Johnston, a homeschooling Christian mother of 10 who goes by the name “The Activist Mommy” online, is furious that Teen Vogue has an article in its issue about how to have anal sex. Gigi Engle writes in the Teen Vogue article: "You are entering a butthole,” she writes. “It is where poop comes out. Expecting to do anal play and see zero poop isn’t particularly realistic. It’s NOT a big deal. Everyone poops. Everyone has a butt."
Elizabeth Johnston recently published a video in which she burns the magazine:
And Johnston is not the only one criticizing the publication. ChristianPost talked to different women's rights advocates. Here are their responses:
Natasha Chart, a member of the board of directors for the radical feminist group Women's Liberation Front notes an especially revealing moment in the Teen Vogue article where the writer says that it can be "daunting" for a boy to ask for anal sex. In the article, the girls are never told she can just say "no."
Internet safety activist Donna Rice Hughes, president of Enough is Enough calls the article "incredibly irresponsible". "She says [in the article] that you have to 'work up' to this, describing the muscles in the anus and the entrance to the anus being very small. Well, that's for a reason: God designed it to be that way. It's not meant to receive any kind of foreign object. Period. Unless it is a doctor doing a physical exam."
Meg Kilgannon, executive director of Concerned Parents and Educators in Fairfax, Virginia: "If you want to think that these things are purely entertainment, you're certainly free to think that. But they aren't. They have an agenda that they are pushing."
As MRC NewsBusters reported in February, in 2017 alone, Teen Vogue has already published more than 63 articles promoting abortion to teens, including some propping up Planned Parenthood and others “sharing” abortion “stories.”