“Big fan of the ass grab.”
“Big fan of the ass grab.”
“It’s that time of the month, huh?” Yeah, time for you to stop.
It’s ~crazy~ what can happen in one year.
The editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan takes our Q&A!
Here’s what some of the positions look like.
Want to spice up your love life? Don’t do any of these. This is very NSFW.
Sales of existing images in the recently introduced Lean In collection are up 31% from last year. Getty’s Pamela Grossman and Cosmopolitan’s editor-in-chief talked about changing stock images of women in media.
This is one job Barbie has never had before.
They never guessed that donuts and pepper could be used this way.
Understanding what a guy is thinking may not be as easy as one may think but maybe you’re just getting your hopes up.
Can you make it through this post without needing a moment? NSFW-ish.
“Pledging and getting hazed is horrible. But there’s a reason it’s not going anywhere soon,” a Sigma Delta Tau sorority alumna writes in a piece published in Cosmo late last week.
Courtesy of Cosmopolitan, Men’s Health, and more. Reasonably NSFW, as you might expect.
“You can say whatever you want with your millions of monsters. I know the truth. You bells and whistles mean nothing to me.”
She proved that she doesn’t have to show a lot of skin to look sexy.
The NYC mayoral candidate gets courted by Cosmo and has an upcoming feature in Vogue.
Do not follow any of these suggestions, under any circumstance.
“These are the techniques that send them over the edge.” Yup, sounds about right.
I was on a reality TV show based at a magazine — and let me tell you, the drama is real.
“There’s no understanding of what hard work is,” says Editor-in-Chief Joanna Coles.
From petticoats to pleasure tips. Compare the earliest issues of Cosmo, Vogue, Ms., and more to their most recent.
Including 1969’s “My Long Night in a Singles’ Bar” and 1983’s “Mel Gibson, Australia’s Exciting New Star. Veddy Sexy.”
The legendary magazine editor died today at age 90. See a selection of covers from her 32-year tenure.
A profile of the magazine is reigniting backlash against it, which is no surprise. But to dismiss Cosmo out of hand is to miss the point.
In the Spring of 2010, the Center for American Progress planned to welcome the newly elected Senator Scott Brown to Washington with this eye-catching, giant ad. But executives killed the campaign because they hoped he would turn out be a moderate like Olympia Snowe.
Pro-Tip: If these advice columns were accurate, we’d no longer need them by now. Each month like clockwork, men’s and women’s magazines hit the newsstands, bursting with terrible sex and dating advice.
According to Cosmo, this is the sort of cute little trick that guys love. View Image ›