Rev. Graham: Teen Vogue is ‘Glorifying Anal Sex’ But ‘Sodomy is a Sin Against God’

Rev. Franklin Graham (BGEA) 

Rev. Franklin Graham (BGEA) 

In reaction to Teen Vogue’s pornographic article teaching young teens how to perform anal sex, Reverend Franklin Graham said the magazine was “glorifying anal sex,” not warning young readers about the medical dangers of rectal intercourse and, most importantly, not warning that “sodomy is a sin against God.”

Rev. Graham also praised Elizabeth Johnson — “The Activist Mommy” on Facebook — for alerting parents about Teen Vogue’s perverted sex agenda and for encouraging store owners and libraries to stop carrying the magazine.  Teen Vogue’s target audience is girls ages 11 to 17.

In a July 20 post on Facebook, Franklin Graham said, “Teaching anal sex to children? How disgusting. Teen Vogue just published an in-depth, graphic guide on how to engage in anal sex. The target audience of this magazine is ages 11-17!”

“They are glorifying anal sex and doing nothing to warn young readers of the extreme dangers that this practice brings from a medical standpoint,” said Graham.  “Even more important are the spiritual ramifications. Sodomy is a sin against God.”

“One mother, Elizabeth Johnston, launched the #pullteenvoguecampaign that went viral urging store owners and public libraries to remove Teen Vogue from their shelves,” said the reverend, who is the son of world-renowned preacher Billy Graham.  “Good for her! She’s right—this content is perverse and morally degenerate.”

“Her Facebook video about it had 10 million views—check it out at The Activist Mommy,” said Graham.  “As parents and grandparents, regardless of one’s faith, we shouldn’t stand by and let this kind of trash be pawned off on our children. Other recent articles are just as bad.”

Teen Vogue is now in the category of a porn magazine and should be regulated as such,” he said. “Some of the advertisers in Teen Vogue are—Macy’s, David’s Bridal, Levi’s, Secret Deodorant, and Burt’s Bees. It’s important that we let them know we don’t appreciate their support of this obscene content aimed at children and teens.”

He continued, “Your local drug store or grocery store that is selling this magazine might not be aware that they’re selling pornography. Let’s make them aware and ask them to take Teen Vogue off their shelves.”

“Parents be warned,” said Rev. Graham.  “Teach your children the truth about sexual relations. Warn them against what the socialist progressives want to push on the innocents. This issue of Teen Vogue tells them the lie that, ‘There is no wrong way to experience sexuality and no way is better than any other.'”

“Schools will not teach the truth, the media will not teach the truth,” he said. “It’s up to you to raise your children in truth and knowledge.”

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