Teen Vogue Uses Snapchat to Teach Teens How to Get an Abortion

    Updated: August 13, 2019 at 10:59 am EST  See Comments

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    Teen Vogue Uses Snapchat to Teach Teens How to Get an Abortion

    Teen Vogue has been using a popular social media app to help teenagers obtain an abortion. 

    Building on a June article titled, “How to Get an Abortion if You’re a Teen,” the magazine’s shocking Snapchat story not only advised youngsters on how to attain the procedure but also laid out exactly how young people can get a termination without attaining parental consent.

    “No matter what your parents’ abstract views are, they might behave far more tenderly when their own child needs access to abortion care,” the article read, before offering a step-by-step guide on how to circumvent the authority of their parents and achieve an abortion on their own accord.

    “There is another legal option in many states that would let you get an abortion without parental approval called a judicial bypass procedure — but it takes time and involves testifying before a judge,” the story continued.

    “In any case, you can also contact your local abortion fund if you need help paying for it on your own.”

    The teen-focused lifestyle magazine featured its controversial Snapchat story on the app’s discovery page, which usually displays advertisers’ stories for 24 hours at a cost of up to $50,000.

    “Imagine this… ” reads one of the images featured as part of the Snapchat story,” according to The Daily Caller. “You’re 16, you’re pregnant, and you don’t want to be. How can you go about getting an

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