The unfettered right to kill unborn babies is a hill the left is happy to die on and in furtherance of that “right,” normalizing abortion is critical.
Enter Teen Vogue, which features an article on what teenagers can buy friends after an abortion.
Journalist Katie Pavlich, a Fox News contributor, gave parents a heads up on Twitter:
Dear parents: Teen Vogue is giving your daughters advice about what to buy friends after an abortion https://t.co/FwFUqY7p3S
— Katie Pavlich (@KatiePavlich) February 12, 2017
The magazine makes it clear that while the decision “is never simply,” the “worst part” of an abortion is not the taking of a human life, but how teenagers are treated when it is over.
“The worst part of all this isn’t the procedure itself (which by the way is completely safe as long as you have access to a good clinic),” Whitney Bell wrote. “The worst part is how you’re treated afterwards.”
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“She will need a ride, she will need a hug, and she will need you — not because the act itself is so terrible, but because sometimes the world can be.”
The reaction on social media showed the outrage to be off the charts… which means the mainstream media will ignore the story completely.
Here’s a sampling of responses from Twitter:
@KatiePavlich @TeenVogue This is appalling! The left always tries to normalize and rationalize things that are wrong and immoral.
— Teresa Hicks (@TeresasHicks) February 12, 2017
@KatiePavlich ok that did it. I am now speechless.
— Marie McKenna (@MarieBahl1) February 12, 2017
@KatiePavlich this is horrible! Celebrating abortion as if it is a right of passage. Breaks my heart.
— cynthia lusch (@cindeek54) February 12, 2017
@KatiePavlich @TeenVogue That is so tragically sad it’s hard to know what to say.
— Jim Kipers (@JimKipers) February 12, 2017
@KatiePavlich They have some darkness in their hearts. Irredeemable darkness. Sad.
— Unusual Times (@The_MooneyBin) February 12, 2017
@KatiePavlich Seriously?! Is this real? Despicable! It grieves my heart to see how far we as a society have fallen.
— Wanda (@wandaoaj) February 12, 2017
Teen Vogue tells kids: Give friends ‘angry uterus’ heating pad to make them feel better after abortion. #prolife https://t.co/6noiDcXeDI
— LifeSiteNews.com (@LifeSite) February 13, 2017
@LifeSite perverse and evil
— George Bacon (@EGrabotskie) February 13, 2017
@LifeZette it’s so hard to maintain the innocence of your children these days! Vogue has made it More difficult! Disgust! @anastasialee090
— JMastro8 (@jmastro3rd) February 13, 2017
@LifeZette Oh I don’t think so!!! Why do parents allow their kids to read this trash!?! There is no way to “normalize” killing babies!!!
— Brook Coffman (@BrookCoffman1) February 13, 2017
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