March 31, 2020

Daily Caller: Snapchat And Teen Vogue Encouraging Teens To Create ‘Child Pornography’ During Quarantine, National Center For Sexual Exploitation Says

Snapchat and Teen Vogue are encouraging teenagers to create "child pornography" during the coronavirus quarantine through sexting, the National Center on Sexual Exploitation said.

The center, which fights child sexual abuse, prostitution, sex trafficking and the public health harms of pornography urged Teen Vogue on Wednesday to stop encouraging teens "to create child sexual abuse material (child pornography) by sexting during quarantine."...

Critics of the publication said Teen Vogue's content is entirely unfit for its teenaged audience. Anti-trafficking activist Jaco Booyens told the DCNF in December 2019 that Teen Vogue's content grooms young people and seeks to desensitize them to such explicit content.

Donna Rice Hughes, president and CEO of Enough is Enough, an organization dedicated to making the internet safer for children, told the DCNF in December 2019 that Teen Vogue is driven by a "clear agenda to sexualize and exploit the minds of its young teen and tween readers during what should be a protected period of innocence."

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