Patrice Lewis is a freelance writer whose latest book is "The Simplicity Primer: 365 Ideas for Making Life more Livable." She is co-founder (with her husband) of a home woodcraft business. Unable to stay out of the limelight, no matter how vulgar the format, she is stepping up as guest editor of the final print issue of Teen Vogue – the magazine, if you recall, which teaches teen girls to be sluts.
The Lewises live on 20 acres in north Idaho with their two homeschooled children, assorted livestock, and a shop that overflows into the house with depressing regularity. In the forthright words of Blunt Force Truth, “Hillary is putting her personal seal of approval on Teen Vogue’s often reprehensible sexual articles that promote ideas of being sexually promiscuous to a target audience of girls 11 to 17.” Incidentally, this Blunt Force Truth article also has a list of additional Teen Vogue “how to be a slut” topics that are too vulgar, graphic and disgusting to reprint here – a “roiling sewer of filth.” Yet teenage girls are reading them, and Hillary is endorsing them.
The magazine wouldn’t exist without readers, and I’m willing to bet most of the subscriptions were purchased by parents of these teen girls.
Gone are the days when America could pride itself on its educational system, which was one of the best in the world.
Nowadays math is racist and history never happened (since it’s fluid and changeable).
Progressives may claim “It’s about time” and be glad to shed the Puritanical influences that have kept “free expression” at bay for centuries; but in point of fact, a lack of virtue is a common trait of declining civilizations and is historically a predecessor to the downfall of nations.
After all, a nation with values is almost impossible to conquer.
What about those who practice (and teach) old-fashioned morals and values? They will be the pioneers for the new nation that will someday arise.
The Cherry Hill Public Library plans to host "Drag Queen Story Time" to celebrate LGBT Pride Month.
Meaning that Natu Sheer is not only a queen, but "a bio-queen," notes Deena.
“We’re not going to be talking about ‘gender fluidity’ and all these highbrow issues," Hardesty says.
The conservative publications are running an online essay by Amelia Hamilton, author of the Hamilton’s essay assails recent drag-queens-at-the-library happenings in Brooklyn and elsewhere -- turns out there’s even a Drag Queen Story Hour organization -- as the latest salvos in a sinister liberal indoctrination campaign that somehow crowds out all the content she’d prefer little ones be exposed to.
The Acculturated website illustrates her essay with a photo of an admittedly rather scary queen whose phantasmagoric regalia includes ferocious blue eye shadow. "I've received two emails [Thursday] morning from parents beggin us to add another session," Hardesty adds.
A nation without those values is easy to bring down (just keep watching Europe implode thanks to its “peaceful” new conquerors who have intensely strong morals by their own standards).