Teen Vogue Article Encouraging Masturbation and Saying Orgasms Have Magical Powers Sparks Outrage

Pomidor Quixote
Daily Stormer
July 5, 2019

Looks like heresy.

Welcome, Inquisitor. You have a new assignment.

There’s been reports of witchcraft being promoted to girls aged 12 to 18. The Grand Inquisitor has ordered all disciples to review the case. Keep your Malleus Maleficarum close in case you need to consult it, and don’t forget to take notes.


Daily Mail:

A Teen Vogue article encouraging women to pleasure themselves to receive ‘magic’ orgasm has sparked mix reactions online — with some commenters furious by the sexual messaging.

The article facing backlash, titled How to Use Sex Magic to Manifest Your Best Self, spoke about ‘sex magic‘ and how orgasms can be the most powerful form, even helping ‘manifest desires’.

‘In magic, orgasms are considered to be the ultimate magical force,’ the article read. ‘In fact, occultists believe that orgasms can help cleanse the body, produce magical power, and are a vital tool in manifesting desires.’

It went on to explain how people can focus their energy from orgasms to ultimately cast spells.

‘Sex magic can be an amazing way to start to implement goals and manifest dreams— all by concentrating and releasing one’s personal energy into the world,’ the article stated at the end.

After first being published online on June 25, the article was met with some backlash from people who believed a teen-focused magazine should not implore young females to masturbate and channel the orgasm towards ‘magic’.

One of the hardest critics against the article came from American Conservative, a right-leaning publication.

In an article slamming Teen Vogue, American Conservative wrote: ‘This encourages a level of self-delusion that even Teen Vogue should be ashamed of. Masturbation will not help you get an A in algebra, stop your parents from splitting up, get you the lead part in the school play, supersize your Instagram following, or keep Becky off your back.’

The biggest issue the publication took with the sex magic article was that it informed women they could control their lives through ‘the power of orgasms’.

This idea, the American Conservative article explained, was not a lesson teenagers should be learning.

This is more complicated than it looks.

Teen Vogue is not completely wrong here.

I’ll explain why after taking a look at the original article.

Teen Vogue:

In this installment of Practical Magic, Lisa Stardust explains sex magic, and how to use orgasms to manifest your best self. Always remember that magic is for believers, but this column can also simply serve as a guide to getting in touch with yourself — magically or not.

Let’s talk about sex, baby! Did you know that orgasms can help manifest desires and bring forth dreams? In magic, orgasms are considered to be the ultimate magical force. In fact, occultists believe that orgasms can help cleanse the body, produce magical power, and are a vital tool in manifesting desires.

“The alchemic process of creation is our birthright,” bruja, artist, and botanica owner, Taylor Cordova, says about sex magic.”Through sacred sex, we find a particularly ripe portal for making our wildest dreams come true and drawing our hearts desire into our energetic field.” This allows us to be at harmony with the world and ourselves, using our inner strength and power to shift the universe, allowing us to use mystical forces from within to attain our hopes.

Here’s what you need to know about how to do that:
What kind of spells can you cast with orgasms?

You can attempt to cast any spell you want using sex magic, but, the first thing to remember is that magic works best when done on yourself. Using magic on others is a dangerous game — it can have unpredictable results and shouldn’t be done because it’s attempting to manipulate another’s will. Practicing magic on others can work against you in the end. That’s why the kind of sex we’re trying to make magical here is the kind you have with yourself! The best way to elevate your inner witchy spirit is to try manifesting your own personal goals—like catching a new love, healing your heart, getting a raise, or promotion at work.

When manifesting, it’s important to set a clear intention. This is a grounding exercise, in which we meditate on the desired outcome, enabling us to understand what we truly want. Intentions help us grow and amplify our dreams. The key to setting the right intention is to be specific. Letting the universe know the minutiae of our visions will help us cultivate our aspirations clearly and quickly. Pam Grossman, author of Waking the Witch: Reflections on Women, Magic, and Power, suggests “focusing on what it is you are hoping to manifest with so much attention that you can feel it in your whole body. It can be an image, a sentence, even just a word, but the key is to infuse it with as much intense, directed energy as you can

Techniques for Sex Magic:
The Art of Visualization

Now that you have set your intention, it’s time to meditate on it through the act of visualization. Since we’re focusing on magic for yourselves, let’s also focus on self-pleasure. When you start to masturbate, Kristen Sollee, author of Witches, Sluts, Feminists: Conjuring the Self Positive suggests tuning “into the goal you have in mind and channel all of the electric energy of your orgasm into that visualization.” This will allow your energy to mystically connect with your intention and give it power, potentially enabling it to come true.

Charge your Sex Toys Under the Moon

A radical approach of incorporating the lunar vibrations into your sex magic manifestation is to charge your sex toys under the moon. Chakrubs makes crystal vibrators and yoni eggs that can help heal your aura and revive your energy. Sollee says “pink quartz is a great stone for conjuring self-love, amethyst for spiritual guidance, or obsidian for working through trauma.”

Sex magic can be an amazing way to start to implement goals and manifest dreams—all by concentrating and releasing one’s personal energy into the world.

There are two main things to point out before proceeding.

First, women masturbating while trying to cast “magic” really has a kind of “magical” effect on the world, but not for the reasons they believe.

Second, the last quoted paragraph from the article talks about “releasing” energy into the world. The orgasm is indeed a release of energy.

With both of those things in mind, we can now proceed to a more thorough examination.

Communicating with Non-Physical Entities

The author tells teens that they should set a clear intention and exercise visualization to link their masturbation energy to their goal.

Earlier in the article, when giving examples of what it is possible to achieve through “sex magic,” they write:

The best way to elevate your inner witchy spirit is to try manifesting your own personal goals—like catching a new love, healing your heart, getting a raise, or promotion at work.”

Notice how materialistic and mundane those examples are. Imagine being a kind of wizard who uses a vibrator instead of a magic wand and who is only able to come up with those plebeian goals for “your” power.

This is part of the deception.

Consider witches as the first feminists. What feminism does today feeds and manifests the will of entities. You can see a glimpse of these entities when observing drag queens, faggots, women infected with the feminism virus and other degenerates.

These “goals” women have, materialistic and mundane, are also aligned with feminism itself, which consequently means that they’re not really the goals of women but the goals of the entities possessing these women and other degenerates.

Women engaging in these practices and observing results are made to believe that they have this power, and that they manifested something through magic, when in fact the only thing they’ve done is feed these entities through their orgasms and observed the results of that influence.

This is what the article doesn’t mention. It talks about “letting the universe know,” but omits who picks up those signals that they send.

On this topic, it is important to remind young inquisitors about the succubus.


A succubus is a demon in female form, or supernatural entity in folklore (traced back to medieval legend), that appears in dreams and takes the form of a woman in order to seduce men, usually through sexual activity. The male counterpart to the succubus is the incubus. Religious traditions hold that repeated sexual activity with a succubus may result in the deterioration of health or mental state, or even death.

This is real. Succubi really come to men at night, and trick them into releasing their energy.

They feed on that energy.

Some people believe wet dreams are just a consequence of high testosterone, abstinence from sexual activities, excess of sexual activities, or some other mechanical explanation. Those are contributing factors, but not the only factors. They open up doors — making it easier for things to enter — but they are not the things that enter.

Women can also suffer from something like this.

What Teen Vogue is instructing young girls to do is to call entities and to feed this energy to those entities.

Malleus Maleficarum:

With regard to the bewitchment of human beings by means of Incubus and Succubus devils, it is to be noted that this can happen in three ways. First, when women voluntarily prostitute themselves to Incubus devils. Secondly, when men have connexion with Succubus devils; yet it does not appear that men thus devilishly fornicate with the same full degree of culpability; for men, being by nature intellectually stronger than women, are more apt to abhor such practises.

That is what is happening here.

That is what these witches and feminists do: they voluntarily prostitute themselves to devils.

As the scribe of the Grand Inquisitor, my official recommendation to right this great wrong is to exorcise all women on a regular basis with no exceptions, because these whores can’t be trusted not to call these entities again, and they most certainly can’t be trusted to resist temptation.