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Published On: Sat, Feb 11th, 2017

Teen Vogue offers a list of suggestions for friends who ‘just had an abortion’

In 2017, there is no shame in having an abortion, Lena Dunham touts the killing of the baby as heroic, wishing she would have had one. Parents may be shocked to read that Teen Vogue published a list of suggestions for the friend who’s “just had an abortion.”

The article, titled 11 Thoughtful Gifts Your Friend Who Just Had an Abortion Would Appreciate, is now What to Get a Friend Post-Abortion: buying an angry uterus heating pad, feminist poetry, and pro-abortion needlepoint.

“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 author writes.

A Ruth Bader Ginsburg coloring book, signing up to be an abortion facility escort, and an “F U-terus” pin will “lift her spirits … help ease the cramps,” and “put a smile on her face.”

Here’s the disgusting promotion of the heating pad: “If you’ve gone the pill route, you can expect almost 3 solid days of pain. Likely worse than any period symptoms you’ve ever experienced. You’ll love it! It’s like 2 throbbing hot balls of lead are trying to escape your body, all while your stomach contracts over and over again. Huzzahhhhh! This angry uterus heating pad is the most apropos, because trust us — without some direct heat, your lady bits will not be pleased. Oh and she makes a mustached ‘MAN-struation’ version for our trans-friends as well.”

The article’s author sells abortion greeting cards (one says, “hey baby killer”), vagina, tampon, and condom rubber stamps, and “America was never great” buttons.

Elaine Welteroth edits the Teen magazine for Advance Publications, based in New York City. The leftism of the magazine shouldn’t surprise, they wrote a hit piece against President Trump in December titled “Donald Trump is Gaslighting America.”

The post attacks the comments by Trump and promotes a “fake news” list of websites: “Sources such as The Daily Kos, The Huffington Post, and Fox News vacillate between providing important, legitimate, problematic, and/or hyperbolic news coverage, requiring readers and viewers to verify and contextualize information with other sources.”

In a recent post, Teen Vogue omitted the attack by Trayvon Martin against George Zimmerman in their commentary on the shooting, “reminding the world that his life was taken prematurely and unfairly” with outdated photos of the cute, smiling Trayvon, not the thug photos which were also released.

 

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