Teen Vogue writer insults Tucker Carlson with ‘charity donation’

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Lauren Duca, the Teen Vogue contributor who debated politics with Tucker Carlson in December of last year, has designed a new T-shirt. The proceeds from the sales will be donated to Planned Parenthood and, in an obnoxiously insulting move, she plans to make the donation in Carlson’s name.

Carlson originally brought Duca on his show to discuss her op-ed for the teen magazine, titled “Donald Trump Is Gaslighting America.” Carlson and Duca disagreed over topics throughout the interview, and Carlson questioned Duca’s credibility. He pointed to Duca’s previous articles, such as one about Ariana Grande’s thigh-high boots, and wondered about her credibility in politics.

Many liberals approved of Duca’s performance, reassuring her that having a love of fashion doesn’t preclude an opinion on politics.

Duca now has a weekly political column for Teen Vogue called “Thigh High Politics.”  The fashion staple not only inspired the name of her column, it also inspired her T-shirt, which she collaborated on with progressive apparel brand The Outrage.

The shirt depicts legs in thigh-high boots, and words between the legs read: “I like my politics thigh-high.”

The shirts sell for $32 each, and reportedly Duca has already raised $10,000.

Teen Vogue is making other controversial news today, as an article in their current publication, meant for teenagers, includes a “how-to” guide to anal sex.

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