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While you think your girls are being protected from COVID-19 by staying home, the editors at Conde Nast, publishers of Teen Vogue, are encouraging them to send or post nude or explicit photos of themselves to others via their smart phones, computers or social media.
According to Enough is Enough, (EIE) the organization that fights porn accessible to kids on the internet and other media, Teen Vogue magazine is after your daughters while they’re quarantined (Newsletter, May 5, 2020, 8:41 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org: “NEW petition to shut down TeenVogue.com for encourging youth to sext during COVID-19”)!
Teen Vogue boasts 11.6M digital users and 13.4 social media followers. You won’t see a magazine in her hand to know if your daughter is looking at it. You’ll have to ask her.
How’s this for a quote from Nona Willis Aronowitz’ article, ‘Dating and…
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