Who is Phillip Picardi? Why is Channel One News allowing him to talk to your child?

August 19, 2017
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Channel One News introduced middle school students this past May to Phillip Picardi. For 12 minutes a day, Channel One, NOT the school, determines what will be shown to students. Watch Picardi plugging Teen Vogue on Channel One News in the video below. (Thankfully, he did not wear the lipstick for his middle school promo.)

 

 

From Jim Metrock:  You probably know about the ugly incident in May on Channel One News.  Teens and preteens got a massive dose of Teen Vogue in a feature story Channel One showed that was nothing more than a very long commercial for the controversial Teen Vogue magazine/web site.

Teen Vogue and Channel One News wanted kids to get excited about Teen Vogue.  Some probably subscribed to Teen Vogue because, after all, it was promoted in their public school classroom, so it must be OK. Right? Wrong.

Kids who did subscribe started getting emails almost daily from Teen Vogue.  The emails were filled with unspeakable filth. When Teen Vogue isn’t talking about all forms of sexuality, it is trying to promote its political agenda.

In one of the emails sent to students who might have learned of Teen Vogue from Channel One News, young people are treated to an Anal Sex Guide for Teens.  [Full article at Teenvogue.com]

This guide starts off with, “This is anal 101, for teens, beginners, and all inquisitive folk.”

It ends with this sentence,  “Anal sex and anal stimulation can be awesome, and if you want to give it a go, you do that. More power to you.”  Remember Teen Vogue is aiming their content at young people in middle school.

VIDEO: An upset mom bashes Teen Vogue. 

When parents started complaining about Teen Vogue’s recklessness. Phillip Picardi, an editor at Teen Vogue and a man who was given a tremendous amount of screen time on Channel One News, called anyone, who was upset with their teen sex guide, “homophobic.”  Really?  What a moron.

If your school still has Channel One News, you might want to mount an effort to remove it.  If Channel One considers Teen Vogue a wholesome magazine for middle schoolers, then we can only imagine the cultural rot they will dump on students this fall.

You don’t want Phillip Picardi talking to your kids again.

 

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