Excellent coverage of this madness over at the Federalist. This argument that the buying and selling of women’s bodies should be considered perfectly normal has always been obscene. Now, they’re pitching it to girls. Disgusting.

Via Federalist.

On April 26, Teen Vogue posted an article titled “Why Sex Work is Real Work” by Dr. Tlaleng Mofokeng… What drew outrage, beyond the obvious, was that the article was published in Teen Vogue, a magazine targeted toward 13-year-old girls.

This article reduces the work of a medical professional to that of a sex worker. In her piece, Mofokeng questions why having a medical degree to talk about sex-related problems differs from physically performing sexual acts. Both are a transfer of cash, therefore both ought to be legal.

With that line of logic, we should legalize all drugs because doctors give out drugs; therefore crack dealers should be allowed to give out drugs. They’re both a transfer of cash, after all… Not only was the article was tasteless, given the audience, but it also failed to talk about legitimate problems with consensual prostitution and closely-related sex trafficking.

Related: Human trafficking in America among worst in world: report

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  1. Alain41 says:

    So awful. Seems like this is, in part, a defense of transgender in prepubescent children. Of course they can make decisions on their sexuality. And parental Notification of birth control is not needed for schools to dispense. Nor Notification of abortion.

  2. midget says:

    What do you expect when todays public education classes hold contests
    where 3rd graders win by being the fastest to put condoms on bananas.

  3. dennisl59 says:

    I found a rebuttal article published just days after this one:


    posted 6/24 1141pm Texas[wth]Time

  4. PopArt says:

    And if their readers have any questions they can consult with ‘career counselors’ like this dear. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J4MWrvV8t5M Being compassionate to those in that life path is one thing but to actively encourage youth into it is depraved.

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