Cosmopolitan is brainwashing women to believe worshiping Satan and supporting abortion are cool

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Popular women’s magazines like Cosmopolitan have been pushing the far-Left agenda for years.

The largest demographic for Cosmopolitan Magazine is women aged 18-34 years.

And now Cosmopolitan is brainwashing women to believe worshiping Satan and supporting abortion are cool.

Not only does the radical Left support abortion on demand without any exceptions, but they also glorify and celebrate the killing of unborn babies.

The pro-abortion lobby spends millions of dollars each year to try and convince women to believe that having an abortion is something to be proud of and brag about.

In a recent article for Cosmopolitan, Arielle Domb wrote glowingly about “the Satanic abortion clinic that’s pissed off pretty much everyone…and might beat the bans anyway.”

Domb was referring to The Satanic Temple’s new telehealth venture named after Supreme Court Justice Samuel Alito Jr.’s mom, the Samuel Alito’s Mom’s Satanic Abortion Clinic.

“Beneath the outlandish branding lies a sincere mission: The New Mexico–based telehealth practice, a legitimate medical entity run by an accredited clinical team, offers abortion care to patients within state lines,” Cosmopolitan reported. “The staff prescribes abortion pills (at $91 per set, a competitive price) up until the eleventh week of pregnancy and offers 24/7 phone access to licensed medical personnel to anyone in need,” Cosmopolitan continued. “It’s just that they’re also Satanists, members of a religious organization called The Satanic Temple.”

Cosmopolitan even admitted that “the Satanic Temple (TST) attempts to take pervasive moral panic and flip it on its head, utilizing Satanists’ reputation for defiance to expand access to urgent health care.”

Domb attempted to paint The Satanic Temple in a positive light, telling readers that “Satanists don’t actually worship the devil.”

“In reality, Satanism is a nontheistic faith in which TST’s roughly 1.5 million global members view Satan more like a mascot, one depicted not as a dark, omniscient deity but as a literary character—a venerable symbol of rebellion, rational inquiry, personal sovereignty, and resistance against tyranny,” Domb wrote. “Followers champion science, religious diversity, and the separation of church and state, says Chalice Blythe, an ordained minister of Satan and the group’s spokesperson for reproductive rights.”

Aside from trying to use a worship of Satan to skirt abortion laws across the country, The Satanic Temple is also waging a war on crisis pregnancy centers.

The Satanic Temple is hoping to convince the government to rule that women who get an abortion at their clinics are participating in a religious ritual and thus are immune from state laws prohibiting abortions.

The clinic has been open for seven months.

“And patient turnout has been low—as of late summer, about 50 people had come through the clinic’s virtual doors,” Domb wrote. “But that’s okay, because this isn’t the end game.” 

“It’s only step one,” she concluded.

The abortion lobby is on the march.

And the fact that they are teaming up with The Satanic Temple should serve as a wakeup call to Christian Pro-Lifers to stand up and fight before it’s too late.

Pro-Life Press will keep you up-to-date on any developments to this ongoing story.