Teen Vogue Tells Kids They Don’t Have To “Label Their Sexuality,” It’s Possible To Fall In Love With Spirits

According to Teen Vogue, it’s perfectly okay if one doesn’t want to label their sexual identity because it’s possible to be someone who simply falls in love with spirits.

“Some people find it empowering to identify with a sexual orientation and the community around it, and that’s great,” the demonic publication states in a September 5, 2017 article.

“But it’s also important to remember that everyone’s identity is valid, no matter how they prefer to describe it.”

The outlet cites the example of actress Shay Mitchell, who plays a character named Emily on the degeneracy-laden TV show ‘Pretty Little Liars.’

“Look, Emily doesn’t label herself, and I don’t label myself either,” Mitchell is quoted as stating in a Maxim article lauded by Teen Vogue.

“I fall in love with the spirit of somebody. Love is love, and that’s something I’ll keep saying.”

“Like more than half of young people,” Teen Vogue declares, “Shay is saying she doesn’t fit within the strict definition of heterosexuality and instead follows whatever’s in her heart. The more people who feel empowered to be exactly themselves, the better.”

Shay Mitchell (Image via Glamour)

The demonic publication goes on to link to an article praising liberal musician Demi Lovato for also falling under the category of “label-less” when it comes to her sexuality.

“More and more, people these days are throwing out the old notion that you have to identify with a specific label,” Teen Vogue states in said article.

“Instead, people are doing what feels right.”

And therein lies the problem.

“People are doing what feels right” – but not what actually is right.

Publications like Teen Vogue are pushing a hedonistic, value-less lifestyle on our youth that encourages them to do whatever they feel like, whenever they feel like, and with whoever they feel like.

Teen Vogue, remember, is an outlet that has encouraged young girls to masturbate whenever they feel stressed out.

Teen Vogue has pushed the idea of “ecosexuality” – having sex with nature – as something that is normal.

Teen Vogue is the same filthy rag that instructed – mere weeks ago – children to add sex toys, condom and lubricant to their back-to-school shopping lists.

#OperationPullTeenVogue – started by The Activist Mommy in the wake of Teen Vogue’s anal sex guide conundrum – is needed now more than ever.

Check out the video below for a refresher.

Sources:
Teen Vogue (1)
Teen Vogue (2)
Maxim

 

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