Conservative mom banned from Twitter for deploring a Vogue article on anal sex for teens

Twitter has banned Elizabeth Johnson, who writes for “The Activist Mommy,” for getting into it with Vogue editor, Phillip Picardi.

YouTube is getting in on the restriction of free speech, as well, disallowing Johnson from monetizing her videos.

Johnson’ socially-conservative views aren’t new, nor are they out of line with what social conservatives have been purporting for years.

Johnson took issue with Picardi’s consenting to an article on anal sex for girls. But Twitter deemed it crossing a line when she slammed the editor by referencing an award he received from a gay magazine when she said in a tweet:

“Congrats Phillip! A sodomite mag just awarded you for teaching sodomy. Way to recruit there @The AdvocateMag #pullteenvogue @pfpicardi.”

When the article was greeted with shock and outrage by parents, Picardi merely tweeted a photo of two gay men kissing, with one of them giving the middle finger.

Conservative media outlets, such as PJ media, believe Picardi’s article is just as offensive as Johnson’s statements, but he’s still on Twitter and she’s not. The liberal slant in social media executive leadership is very real.

It appears Johnson’s referring to the gay magazine as a “sodomite” magazine was where she crossed the line. But to Twitter, an article educating teen girls about anal sex did not.

View a screenshot of Johnson’s tweet below:

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