Apparently Seventeen Magazine is in some sort of sick and twisted race with the likes of Teen Vogue and other raunchy publications promoting perversion to kids to see who can be the most depraved and morally bankrupt presence on the internet.
If you remember correctly, the folks at Teen Vogue not too long ago published a “Guide to Anal Sex” for young, teenage girls, promoting sexual intercourse outside of marriage and encouraging children to engage in an act in an unsafe manner. It was both dangerous and immoral, yet was a badge of honor for the publication who was quite proud of themselves for putting the piece out there.
Our very own Activist Mommy, Elizabeth Johnston took Teen Vogue head on and won a major victory against them online, which you can read all about here.
Now, Seventeen has thrown their hat in the ring by touting a new sickening, ridiculous, and just plain stupid new trend: vagina fingernails.
You just have to see this to believe it.
PJ Media is reporting:
Not to be outdone by Teen Vogue’s raunchy and unsafe “Guide to Anal Sex” for teen girls, Seventeen magazine has waded into the cultural septic tank with this: “This Realistic Vagina Manicure is Exactly What I Needed Today,” by Hannah Orenstein. That’s right, I hope you’re not eating dinner, but they are featuring a nail artist who has created goopy-looking genitals your teen daughter can wear on her fingers. I already have nightmares about people with fake nails (and all the bacteria underneath) at restaurants. Now add genitalia. Wonderful!
— Seventeen (@seventeen) January 30, 2018
Clearly, this isn’t in the same category as the extreme sex guide that Teen Vogue thought it could sell to American teens (before it shuttered), but it is one more example of the mental illness that exists on the left. What’s with this obsession with vaginas and selling sex to minors? This makes you look nuts, fyi. This, in a nutshell, is why Trump won.
Orenstein’s other contributions to a magazine for minors recently includes, “These are the 10 Best Places to Get Condoms for free,” “43 Girls Get Real About Their First Time Having Sex,” “30 Girls Get Real About the Moment They Knew They Weren’t Straight,” and “18 Girls Get Real about Masturbating.” This is deliberate targeting of children with the political messaging and ideology of the far left, not to mention sexual grooming.
Fortunately, it seems there are folks out in the real world who are over all of this nonsense, proving that while things are pretty bad in our culture right now, there’s still a little common decency left.
Check out some of these reactions on Twitter:
— James Morrison Steward (@James_Steward) February 1, 2018
Maybe freedom of the press was a bad idea…
— Stuart Pumba (@StepDaddyPumba) January 30, 2018
Hilariously, Seventeen isn’t the only magazine excited about these nails. These people are so out of touch with reality they don’t realize how silly this makes them look:
The same nail artist who created the vagina nail is also an ardent anti-Trump fan as is evidenced by the nails she designed that feature tombstones for Trump and Info Wars host Alex Jones:
Feminists cry all day long about being objectified, then objective themselves by more or less flouting their woman parts as if that’s what makes them who they are. Seems sort of backwards from the message they harp on, doesn’t it?
At the end of the day this is just plain dumb. It’s an attempt by someone who is doing their best to be “cool” and “hip” by being as vulgar as possible, in hopes that it will somehow make people want to spend their money on what she’s selling.
Sadly, as we’ve clearly seen time and again, there are lots of folks who will do just that, sheerly for the shock value of doing so.
Just one more reason these sort of magazines need to go the way of the dinosaur.