Hillary Clinton Guest Edits Teen Vogue

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Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton served as the guest editor for the “resistance and resilience” issue of Teen Vogue magazine.

Clinton decided to guest edit the magazine for teenage girls because she believes Teen Vogue understands that girls can by stylish and smart at the same time, she wrote Wednesday in an introduction for the magazine.

“I love seeing articles about the search for the perfect makeup remover next to essays about running for office (I have strong opinions on both topics, but we’ll get to that later). Teen girls are a powerful force for good in the world, and it’s refreshing to see that reflected in these pages,” Clinton wrote.

Clinton also took a minute to once again reflect on her loss in the 2016 presidential election, telling readers that she knows the past year has been hard, but that she appreciates the messages of encouragement they sent her. To commemorate the issue of “resiliences and resistance,” Clinton said she would be offering advice that she received from those letters.

“All in all, this issue is a celebration of resistance and resilience. I hope you’ll take that message to heart, because the world needs your passion and determination more than ever. So keep marching, keep speaking up, and as Shirley Chisholm once said, ‘If they don’t give you a seat at the table, bring a folding chair,'” Clinton wrote, signing off her letter with “I believe in you.”

Clinton will also be adding her book “What Happened” to the Teen Vogue reading list. Clinton’s book tries to examine how she lost the election, blaming her stunning loss to President Donald Trump on misogyny, former FBI Director James Comey, racism and sexism.

Teen Vogue once printed a “how to guide” teaching teenagers the best way to have anal sex. Complete with graphics, the article informed teenagers that anal sex is a “perfectly natural way” to have sex.

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