What started as a harmless place for teenage girls to learn how to straighten hair, apply makeup and style a dress has transformed into a parent’s nightmare. Teen girls’ magazines are loading their pages with left-wing propaganda and questionable sex advice.
Seventeen Magazine praised Selena Gomez’ new “Bad Liar” music video. Yet poorly-masked pedophiliac themes were at the heart of this music video’s plot – which might prove disturbing for Seventeen’s target audience: minors. Music artist and actress Selena Gomez, who first found fame on kids’ shows like Barney & Friends and Disney's Wizards of Waverly Place now records top 50 songs like “Hands to Myself” and “We Don’t Talk Anymore.” She also performed at the Victoria’s Secret Fashion show in 2015.
To be bold and edgy while building character, young girls should spice up their lives with nudity, drugs, and maybe even a threesome – or that was the story in the April issue of teen girl magazine “Seventeen.”
The latest issue of “Seventeen” showed a smiling 23-year-old Ashley Benson modeling patriotic-themed clothing to a target audience of 12 to 19-year-old girls. The cover read that the Disney star “opens up about her edgy new movie”– a movie which earned an R rating for language, nudity, drug use, violence, and a sex scene featuring Ashley Benson with co-stars Vanessa Hudgens and James Franco.