Enough Is Enough® (EIE) is calling for TeenVogue.com to be shut down for its long-term, reckless negligence evidenced in its sexually-exploitative articles encouraging its underage audiences to engage in harmful and often illegal sexual activity. A once-trusted fashion and beauty teen publication of Conde Nast, Teen Vogue is now a parent’s worst nightmare. By encouraging its underage teen audience to engage in the risky behavior of sexting by taking and sharing nude images of themselves, Teen Vogue puts youth at the following risks:

  • Being prosecuted and convicted for the production and/or distribution of child pornography which can result in criminal charges including the youth having to register as a sex offender for life.
  • Vulnerability to sex predators and sex traffickers who often disguise themselves as a peer and “friend” in an attempt to gain a youth’s trust and groom him/her into sexual encounters both online and offline.
  • The sexual images of youth can be used by both pedophiles and youth as tools of sextortion, revenge porn, and other forms of sexual exploitation and shaming, leading to life-long trauma and even suicide.

TeenVogue.com is no stranger to publishing predatory, graphic and sexually explicit articles aimed at its young audience.  EIE launched the national call to “Say No To Teen Vogue” in 2017 after the jaw-dropping digital publication release:  “Anal Sex: What You Need to Know/How to Do it the Right Way.” The article, which told its young readers, “This is anal 101, for teens, beginners, and all inquisitive folk,” neglected any mention of the health risks associated with anal sex, which carries the highest risk of transmitting HIV, according to the CDC.  

You can help us now by holding Teen Vogue, Editors and Publisher Accountable for Encouraging its Teen and Tween Audience of 11.6M Unique Users and 13.4M Followers To Sext and Engage in Other Risky Sexual Behavior. Please, SIGN OUR PETITION NOW.