Conservative evangelical mommy blogger Elizabeth Johnston, who runs the popular blog and Facebook page “The Activist Mommy,” is proclaiming victory after it was reported Thursday that the print edition of Teen Vogue will be halted.
The New York-based publisher Condé Nast announced that it will be closing the quarterly print edition of Teen Vogue, a fashion magazine tailored toward teenage girls. The announcement comes just months after the outlet published a controversial guide on anal sex.
According to The New York Times, the publisher, which also announced that it cut 80 jobs from its 3,000-member workforce, is leaving open the possibility of publishing special print editions of Teen Vogue. Meanwhile, Condé Nast will continue to print many of its other publications such as Vanity Fair, Vogue, and The New Yorker.