According to HuffPost contributor Jackie Melfi, parents should be thrilled that Teen Vogue wants to teach children how to have anal sex.
“Recently,” Melfi – whose HuffPost profile reads “love coach, author, blogger, keynote speaker & happily married swinger” – writes, “I was aimlessly scrolling through Facebook and I came across a video posted by a woman who calls herself ‘The Activist Mommy.'”
Melfi goes on to state that The Activist Mommy’s video slamming Teen Vogue for its disgusting sexualization of kids aged 11 to 17 left her with her “mouth gaping open and pulse racing.”
“Was she for real?” Melfi asks.
The “happily married swinger” goes on to suggest that children aged 11 to 17 are not actually children and expresses horror at The Activist Mommy’s use of the word “sodomy” to describe, well, sodomy.
“Who even talks like this anymore?” the “happily married swinger” guffaws. “Why do the religious right, whenever arguing for their side, end up talking like a Shakespearean play?”
It appears that simple words, like the simple idea of a happy, monogamous marriage like God intended, are too much for Melfi to handle.
What the “happily married swinger” can handle, apparently, is the sexualization of children.
“I took the time to read the Teen Vogue article this woman believes to be so destructive, and found it to be extremely informative and professionally written,” she writes.
Melfi goes on to make banal arguments like “we educate our teens on driving, but why not about sex?”
“I wonder how many parents would think it’s a good idea to hand over the car keys to their kids without ever giving them any instruction on how to drive,” she writes.
“I would wager very few, if any. No, most parents will spend all kinds of time and money to make sure their son or daughter is prepared for driving.”
Ah, things are starting to make sense now; to this “happily married swinger,” sex is just as casual as hopping in a car and going for a drive.
“This next generation is going to bring all things sex out into the light of day,” she concludes.
“They’ll strive to rid past generations of the hangups about the almost endless ways our bodies will find pleasure. It’s long past time to throw out the ‘sex is garbage’ narrative for one that is softer, kinder and more true to our nature.”
In case you’re wondering, by the way, Melfi is very obsessed with the idea of casual, promiscuous sex.
Other articles she’s written for HuffPost include:
- I Married A Swingers Club Owner
- Swinging And The Single Male
- Why I Wrote A Book On Swingers’ Lifestyle
- Study Reveals 5 Benefits Of An Open Marriage
- How Does Swinging Enhance My Relationship?
Yes, this is totally the type of person who is an authority on sexuality and morality. That’s sarcasm, of course – but not for HuffPost, which continues to publish Melfi’s filth.