Elizabeth Johnson, a Christian mother and activist, lashed out at Teen Vogue for producing a guy to anal sex for teenagers. She used no profanity in her tweet, but Twitter banned her account and Google took away her right to make money off YouTube videos.
Because she considers homosexuality a sin — a view several billion people on the planet share. The Teen Vogue editor, who champions making the upcoming generation the “queerest” ever, put up a picture on Twitter of him kissing another guy while giving the camera the middle finger. He will keep his account.
The Christian mother will not for calling him out.