Twitter Sides with Teaching Children Anal Sex, Bans Critic [VIDEO]

Teaching children anal sex is fine with Twitter, but those who push back get silenced and accused of “abuse.”

The values of Silicon Valley  favor teaching children anal sex but muting Christian parents. Teen Vogue published an article extolling the joys of anal sex. When a parent with a large following called out the sickening magazine, Twitter banned her.

Twitter gives users the capacity to block other uses. There is no reason for them to censor legal speech to protect other users from “abuse.” The only reason Twitter punishes people for their tweets is to push their own perverse agenda.

The Christian Post reports, “Twitter Bans ‘Activist Mommy’ for Criticizing Teen Vogue Editor’s Promotion of Teen Sex.

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Grace Elizabeth Johnston, also known as “The Activist Mommy” who has over 260,000 Facebook friends and followers, received notice this week that she has been banned from the popular social media site because of an Aug. 16 tweet she wrote in response to Philip Bicardi, the digital editor of Teen Vogue. In this tweet she sarcastically congratulated him for getting an award from a gay magazine for his promotion of anal sex among children.

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According to Twitter, Johnston’s account was suspended because the tweet violated its user “rules” which forbid harassment and abuse.

“Of course, actual videos of children being abused can be found on Twitter. But calling out an editor for promoting teen sodomy is worth a suspension?”Johnston posited on her website Wednesday.

In July, Teen Vogue published an explicit online instruction guide titled “Anal Sex 101” and when backlash ensued — fueled in part by Johnston’s viral video urging parents to demand their local libraries and grocery stories pull the magazine from their shelves — Bicardi tweeted a picture of himself giving the middle finger to those who objected.

Read the entire Christian Post story.

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