One mother who has become well known of late for her pro-family activist work is calling on people to join a campaign against a popular magazine that targets 12- to 18-year-olds.
Teen Vogue came under scrutiny last month an article that not only tried to persuade teens to commit an abhorrent act, but instructed them on how to do it.
OneNewsNow spoke with Elizabeth Johnston – more popularly known as the Activist Mommy – who said that Teen Vogue has sparked outrage for an article on what should be provided for teens as back-to-school “necessities.”
“How about some paper and some pencils, right? … No,” Johnson lamented. “They are teaching our kids how to carry their sex toys and lubricants for all the casual sex that they'll be having as high schoolers.”
Parents are warned that the article in no way represents traditional values – or any type of Christian thinking, for that matter.
When Johnston was asked whether or not there is any trace of biblical or conservative values present in the Teen Vogue piece, she provided a consummate answer.
“Absolutely not,” she impressed. “If there's anyone within the sound of my voice who is allowing their kids to read Teen Vogue or have a subscription to Teen Vogue, please cancel that immediately. Get to your local schools and gas stations and libraries, and tell them what kind of outrage and pandering of obscenity to minors is taking place.”
Johnston points out that if the author of the article on the abhorrent act had texted the contents to a 12-year-old, they would be fired or arrested.
The activist Mommy produced and posted a video on the subject – which now has more than 11 million views – and she is now launching the “Pull Teen Vogue” project to get the controversial magazine off of the shelves and encourage advertisers to take their ads somewhere else.
Twitter suspended Johnston's account.