December 19, 2017 Teen Vogue's Sexual Obscenity Must Be Stopped to Protect Kids From Exploitation, Activist Says

A prominent internet safety activist is urging parents to keep the pressure on Teen Vogue as its latest issue pushes obscenity even further despite the backlash it received over its anal sex instruction guide that was published earlier this year.

A movement to protect children from dangers in the digital world is underway with major figures like Pope Francis behind such efforts...

Donna Rice Hughes, president of Internet safety organization Enough Is Enough®, said in an interview Monday with The Christian Post that parents need to be aware of how dramatically the publication has changed in just a few years.

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