The Activist Mommy and others celebrating Teen Vogue’s print demise are wrong to believe good sense and decency prevailed.
It is the responsibility of teens’ parents and civil society to promote beneficial values and practices that will help them develop into healthy adults. Teen Vogue is doing the opposite.
Call me old-school, but college students need a lot less indulgence in their own personal narratives and a lot more immersion in the narratives of the great storytellers who shape our civilization.
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