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Teen Vogue takes abortion advice for kids to Snapchat

Discussion in 'Current News & Events' started by redleghunter, Aug 14, 2019.

  1. redleghunter

    redleghunter Thank You Jesus! Supporter

    United States
    Teen Vogue takes abortion advice for kids to Snapchat

    Earlier this summer, Teen Vogue published a column advising readers on how to get abortions without their parents ever knowing about it. Now the magazine is posting the same advice to teenage girls on Snapchat.

    Laura Klassen, founder of the Canadian pro-life group Choice42, shared screenshots of Teen Vogue's Saturday posts on Snapchat promoting their abortion advice for teens. The Snapchat posts featured comments from a column published in the June issue of the online magazine.

    "How to get an abortion if you're a teen," Teen Vogue's Snapchat posts begin.

    "How can you go about getting an abortion if you're under 18? Read on to find out more ..." the posts continue.

    The snap posts then lead to a column by Nona Willis Aronowitz, who writes about sex and dating at Teen Vogue.

    In the column, which The Christian Post previously reported on here, Aronowitz tells her teenager readers: "Having access to abortion should be your right regardless of your parents' beliefs. Unfortunately, not every state legislature agrees so the first step is knowing our state's rules when it comes to parental consent."

    Teen Vogue posted the column on Snapchat, telling of a scenario in which a 16-year-old girl gets pregnant and wants to get an abortion, but doesn't know how to tell her parents who are pro-life.

    If the state requires parental involvement and the girl's parents are "hostile" toward abortion, she "should act accordingly," the Snapchat post advises.

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  2. Joshua S

    Joshua S Member

    New Zealand
    So Teen Vogue essentially wants to inform teenagers about getting abortions regardless of what their parents think and encourages them to do whatever they feel is best? What about informing them of both positives and negatives of an abortion instead of just going straight to, "Want an abortion but afraid to tell your parents? Use this post to find out how to have an abortion regardless of your parents..." I mean the world just is so messed up.

    In New Zealand, there is debate on changing the criminal act to make it less strict on those who have abortions. All Christians are informing their local MP's to vote against the Bill and to ensure that the unborn children continue to be kept safe under the current act. If it is passed, less rights will be given to unborn children and they will be treated like an appendix or tonsils. NZ Family First Director agrees that yes, we must protect the unborn children but we must also help inform and support mothers more with their options. Mothers don't get enough support and so are scared and end up wanting an abortion. More support is needed for them.

    Protect the Mothers and Unborn Children and the World will be one step closer to adopting a better future and one in a Christian Nature.