Even hard Left Teen Vogue knew that Lady Gaga was highly political

Lady Gaga Super Bowl 2017

Hard Left Teen Vogue instantly caught on to something too many conservatives missed, which is that Lady Gaga’s Super Bowl half-time show was anything but non-political. Before I get to Teen Vogue’s completely correct argument, I need to fill you in on a couple of background facts, so please bear with me here.

The first thing is that you need to know a little about Teen Vogue. It’s not a magazine I would normally read, as I am neither a teenager nor interested in fashion, with fashion, once upon a time, having been Vogue’s purview.

Teen Vogue came into my home as a freebie when one of the Little Bookworm’s ordered clothes from an online purveyor. I am incredibly grateful that my Little Bookworm was not interested in the publication because, once I sat down and really looked at it, I discovered that it’s a hardcore, hard-Left publication that aims to turn America’s teen girls into fully indoctrinated Social Justice Warriors.

And no, I’m not exaggerating. Last year, with a pile of exemplars stacked on my desk, I worked my way through one of the volumes, blogging as I went. The magazine, edited by an out-there gay social justice warrior, had little to do with fashion and everything to do with advancing the narrative that everyone who’s not a minority is racist, that any man who looks at you funny is probably a sexual predator, that gender is a social construct, and that intersectionality is a necessary remedy for victims of all that is bad in America, so that they can work together to overthrow an irreparably biased system.

Put another way, the fashion magazines you remember from your younger days, such as this one:

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