Joanna Coles, Cosmopolitan Editor, Explains How Women Could Possibly Care About Mascara And The Middle East
We'll take our seven-minute orgasms without a side unintended pregnancy, thanks. H/T The New Republic Beyond electoral politics
Fox News Contributor: Women's Magazine Readers Want To 'Check Out The Latest Fashions,' Not Politics
Cosmpolitan.com recently announced that it would begin covering more political content heading into election season -- including
You're the fashion editor of the most-read women's magazine in the U.S. I may not be a huge fan of your content, but as your magazine goes, so goes, to a certain extent, the 18-to-34-year-old female nation. Trends are for everyone. So start one.
What if Cosmopolitan dedicated an issue to inner beauty? (Click through to College Humor to see the full cover.) We've gotta
In what Sandberg described as a feminist manifesto, the Facebook COO argued in her book that women unintentionally hold themselves
A few months ago, at the Tablao Villa Rosa, a tourist-friendly restaurant in Madrid, dozens of beautifully dressed women