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Women's rights advocates are criticizing a teen fashion magazine aimed at girls for encouraging them to engage in anal intercourse and minimizing the dangers. The article offers advice to young girls about "how to do it the RIGHT way"; gives detailed instructions regarding the use of lube, condoms, and butt plugs; and purports the sexual act to be an enjoyable activity that everyone seems to be doing. Teen Vogue is coming alongside "patriarchal" and "male-centered" forces in society that teach boys to manipulate girls into doing whatever they want with them, she added. Engle, the New York-based "sex educator" who authored the piece, refers to women as "vagina owners" and "non-prostate owners" and men as "prostate owners" and frames everything almost entirely in terms of the man's sexual satisfaction. Anal sex is described as "perfectly natural" and "unique" and girls are led to think that by letting their partners sodomize them a "feeling of fullness which can be delightful" may result.
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Posted by Kevin Jul 13, Counseling , Sex 2. Parents beware. As a father of a fourteen-year-old daughter, this is sick. Inside this article the author encourages teenagers to know the facts because you never know with whom you want to have sex. The audience is primarily teenage girls or tweens, girls between ages