Vogue Magazine is a fashion and lifestyle magazine targeting the modern woman.
Teen Vogue targets the under-20 years old market. With a 1 million copy print subscription, and an even wider readership online, this publication has a widespread influence.
Sadly, It has a long history of promoting liberal values, with no moral compass for teenagers to follow.
Their latest article: “What to Get a Friend Post-Abortion.”
Here are a few of the listed suggestions:
- An “angry uterus” heating pad
- A “grl pwr” (girl power) cap
- A sign-up opportunity to serve as an abortion-clinic envoy
- A Ruth Bader Ginsburg coloring book
A coloring book? That’s for little children—is Teen Vogue seriously promoting this information to little girls?!
Teen Vogue offers a slideshow in order to take a young woman’s sense of shame and regret after having an abortion: “not because [abortion] itself is terrible, but because the world can be.”
Abortion of a human life is inherently immoral.
This rationalization to justify having an abortion hurts girls even more. Teen Vogue wants to make it seem like their feelings are just a stigma, or a sense of shame stemming from society.
But God created us and calls everyone to great things before they are even born!
“Before I formed you in the womb I knew you,
before you were born I set you apart;
I appointed you as a prophet to the nations.” (Jeremiah 1:5)
Even Paul the Apostle, the chief of sinners, received a calling on his life before he was born:
“But when God, who set me apart from my mother’s womb and called me by his grace …” (Galatians 1:15)
Girls who have abortions need support, not weak assurances. They need to know the truth that there are alternatives to abortion, and they need to know about God’s love and grace if they have had abortions:
“There is no condemnation in Christ Jesus.” (Romans 8:1)
Check out this young woman’s response to the Teen Vogue slideshow on abortion:
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