An internet watchdog group is urging parents to help them get Teen Vogue pulled off the shelves just weeks after the magazine published a how-to-guide on anal sex.  So far, more than 11,000 people have signed petitions to remove the magazine from grocery stores, bookstores, and the internet. The July 7th article titled “Everything You Need to Know About Anal Sex; How to do it the Right Way” describes to young readers how to engage in sodomy. “They are teaching

children 11 through 17, that’s the target audience of this magazine…how to be safely sodomized,” Elizabeth Johnston, also know as the Activist Mommy, said in a Facebook post.  The original article details both the female and male genitalia and the article says some find the practice a “delightful” experience.  “It is irresponsible for a mainstream teen fashion publication owned by the trusted Conde Nast Company, to encourage teens and tweens to explore any type of sexual activity, for that matter,”  READ MORE