Gross: Teen Vogue Informs Teens How To Get An Abortion

The abortion zealots’ temper tantrums are still in full swing, melting down all over the internet. Take a look at Teen Vogue, a true believer. 

Teen Vogue doesn’t offer options for motherhood and abstinence. Lauren Rankin, a contributor to Teen Vogue is providing guidance on how teens can get abortions. 

Rankin doesn’t waste time in providing resources that young women can use to murder their baby. An interactive map shows her readers which states have ban abortion. “Right now, the state of legal abortion is in flux as some states implement their trigger laws to ban abortion now that Roe v. Wade has been overturned. Thirteen states have trigger laws, but they are not all currently in effect,” she writes. “The Guttmacher Institute is currently refreshing information on abortion’s legality across the states in real time at their interactive map. Teen Vogue is also tracking this information here.” It gets worse as she expands the list to include which states require parental notification and which do not. Teen Vogue deserves credit for creating chaos and distrust in the homes of their family. 

Rankin wants young girls to go before a judge for permission rather than talk to one’s families. “Judicial bypass allows you to go directly before a judge and get approval from that judge to have an abortion, rather than having consent from your parents,” she states. “Yes, it’s paternalistic and unfair that you literally have to get permission from someone else to choose what to do with your body, but it is an option for legal abortion.” Essentially, “go behind your parent’s back and murder your child and their grandchild!”

Rankin doesn’t leave out the ultimate in infanticide convenience: abortion at home. “It is possible to safely self-manage an abortion through medication abortion. The World Health Organization has specific guidance on self-managed abortion with pills up to 10 weeks of pregnancy,” Rankin continues. “You can purchase medication abortion online through reputable sites like or Plan C.” Nothing like promoting the most “convenient” way to murder your child! But what if you’re a young teen who does not have the money for an abortion? Rankin has the right links that will allow you to get the funding. “Abortion funds are here to help you,” she concludes. “Even if your state has banned abortion, abortion funds can still provide financial support, and they can help connect you to an abortion clinic in another state, or help you access medication abortion.” How kind of her.

Teen Vogue does not promote a family-oriented or chaste lifestyle. Instead, it wants to highlight its debauched content. You might be wondering what you can expect from such a website.

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