May 14, 2020

Teen Vogue has become a parent's worst nightmare and must be shut down


If you have not already done so, please take a moment to sign our petition to Shut Down Teen Vogue. We've already had more than 24,000 concerned citizens in less than a week tell publisher Conde Nast they won't stand by as the digital teen publication preys upon the vulnerabilities and sexual curiosities of our teens and tweens by encouraging them to engage in risky and often illegal sexual activity.

If you missed how Teen Vogue is taking full advantage of the COVID-19 pandemic to promote its sexting articles and share other unconscionable "advice" to its young readers, you can read in my recent Washington Times op-ed: "Teen Vogue has become a parent's worst nightmare and must be shut down". Click here

Please sign the petition now! 

We want publisher Conde Nast to receive 50,000 petition signors!

Friends, it's never been more important to monitor your children's online activities. Predators are keenly aware that millions of children are home and in a vulnerable state, using the internet and gaming devices more than ever to stay socially connected and entertained during this pandemic. The internet makes it incredibly easy for predators to disguise their identity in order to develop a dialogue with unsuspecting children to groom them into sexual activity.

In case you missed it, here are 5 steps that you as a parent need to implement to help curb these threats. Most importantly, continue to have regular open and honest discussions with your children and be that trusted person they come to when they run into trouble online.

We're always here to help!

Donna Rice Hughes
President and CEO
Enough Is Enough®