Teen Vogue Teaches Youngsters about Anal Sex
For leftists, children represent easy sex.
That’s why leftists readily accept pedophiles in their midst. They even support pedophile-friendly organizations.
So if you you’re going to allow pedophilia, why not teach children about sex? All sex.
Teach second-graders about condoms. And why not demonstrate on a banana? Teach tweens about masturbation, just in case.
And if you’re Teen Vogue, why not teach the youngsters about anal sex? From the article,
When it comes to your body, it’s important that you have the facts. Being in the dark is not doing your sexual health or self-understanding any favors.
With that sentiment in mind, we’re here to lay it all out for you when it comes to anal sex.
It’s important that we talk about all kinds of sex because not everyone is having, or wants to have, “penis in the vagina” sex. If you do have “penis in the vagina” sex and are curious about something else, or are finding that that type of sex is not for you and you’d just like to explore other options, it’s helpful to know the facts. Even if you do learn more and decide anal sex is not a thing you’d like to try, it doesn’t hurt to have the information.
If you’re not comfortable reading about anal sex, that’s perfectly OK, too. We have plenty of other articles around a variety of issues and wellness. Feel free to click out if you’d like! No pressure at all.
Obviously there is a lot of stuff on the Internet about anal (we don’t suggest you Google it), but most of what you’ll find is either porn or advice for experienced sexual persons looking to try something new. What about the teenagers? What about the LGBTQ young people who need to know about this for their sexual health?
As Teen Vogue attempts to explain: we’re doing this for the kids.
The fact is, the article showcases how leftism has distorted sex. This article is first, an homage to young gay men. Teen Vogue has announced to America that homosexuality will now be addressed front and center whether you like it or not.
Second, the article is a “coming out” for young women. A sex act that most consider taboo, experienced only with the most trusted partner, if at all is now mainstreamed to teens.
As The Federalist wrote:
When I was a teenager in the 1980s, I didn’t hear anyone in my high school talking about anal sex. Vaginal sex? Yes, and lots of it. Unwanted pregnancies? Yep. AIDS? Definitely. Oral sex? Yep. But anal sex? No. Does this mean no one was having anal sex? I’m sure they were. Non-coital sex is as old as time, but we’re talking about heterosexual teenagers and a sexual act that was once considered deviant and taboo. That has suddenly changed. Anal sex is now the new black.
Before I expand on this, I want to say up front, as I often do whenever I write about sexual behaviors, that adults can do whatever they want. I’m not dictating to anyone or judging personal sexual practices or what people do in the privacy of their own homes. I don’t care what consenting adults do in their bedrooms, and I don’t advocate government censorship of any kind. Sex and mutual exploration is to be enjoyed—by adults.
Our focus here is on children, adolescents in particular, who are still developing physically, emotionally, cognitively, and psychologically. It is the responsibility of their parents and civil society to promote beneficial values and practices that will help them develop into healthy adults.
The Left treat sexuality like a period.
They figure once you hit child-bearing years, game on.
There is so much more growing, particularly mentally that a person must do from around 13 years old. But the Left pretend kids are just “young adults,” knowing these children are not ready for adulthood.
Even if they were, why not allow children to be children for as long as possible?
The Federalist article references some interesting data.
When I started writing this article, I asked my 77-year-old mother if 11- to 17-year-olds were having anal sex back in her day. “No,” she said. “That doesn’t mean it didn’t happen, but it certainly wasn’t common or talked about. I knew people who had sex, of course, but not anal sex. I certainly didn’t. None of my friends did. I never even thought about it outside of homosexual relationships. Those were different times.”
Different times, indeed. As reported in the Journal of Infectious Diseases, researchers examining the prevalence and correlates of heterosexual anal and oral sex in adolescents found an increase in the “prevalence of anal and oral sex among opposite-sex partners.” A survey published in The Journal of Sexual Medicine found that anal sex has more than doubled since the early ’90s among heterosexual women. In 1992, 16 percent of women had anal sex. Today, it’s 40 percent.
According to Elizabeth Wildsmith and her study on dating and sexual relationships, “between 2007 and 2010, 11 percent of male adolescents and 13 percent of female adolescents reported that they had engaged in anal sex with someone of the opposite sex.” Researchers at Bradley Hasbro Children’s Research Center in Rhode Island have found that “anal sex is on the rise among teens and young adults, particularly those who have unprotected vaginal sex.”
However, all roads lead back to “conservatism,” ergo religion.
As the article notes, “saving oneself,” a conservative and religious concept is the reason for more anal?
Why are more young women and adolescents choosing to have anal sex than ever before? Some say it’s because of virginity pledges within religious circles. Girls, they say, are choosing to substitute oral and anal sex because they want to stay “technical virgins.” In other words, “a culture of purity is the problem.” This was the finding of a study by Peter Bearman and Hanah Bruckner of Columbia and Yale universities that made a big media splash several years ago.
However that theory is quickly debunked.
Other researchers, however, have shown this study to be inaccurate and flawed. Jeremy Uecker led a study on technical virginity and found that, contrary to Bearman’s study, religious adolescents who were virgins where “actually less likely to substitute non-vaginal forms of sex for vaginal intercourse,” both for oral (63 versus 73 percent) and anal sex (15 versus 22 percent). Instead of religious motivations, Uecker found that the “most compelling motivation for technical virginity among young people who have not had vaginal sex” is risk-reduction.
The Federalist does a magnificent job of looking at anal sex from differing angles.
However, the real focus should be on Teen Vogue.
When did this magazine decide it would become Teen Cosmopolitan? I understand that teens may be curious. So how about encouraging children to speak with their parents about such issues?
This constant indoctrination of our children must stop.