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Published On: Fri, May 19th, 2017

Center on Sexual Exploitation: Dawn Hawkins Cosmo ‘teaches girls the same values Playboy teaches boys’

Cosmopolitan teaches girls the same valuesPlayboy teaches boys.
Just about everyone who knows the namePlayboy knows that it has pornographic objectives and an explicit sexual rhetoric. No one is fooled into thinking that Playboy is anything more than a porn magazine.
While Cosmopolitan magazine is not hardcore pornography, it is nonetheless sexually explicit, degrading, and fuels pornified culture, in ways similar to Playboy.
Research has shown that Cosmopolitan and Playboy magazines showed similar concepts about sexuality and women’s sexual attractiveness to the audience. But unlike Playboy, Cosmo’s sexual rhetoric is not always clear to consumers, especially young teenage girls.

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I mean, how could you expect a young girl to know the magazine is for adults when the cover is bubble-gum pink and has her favorite Disney star on it?
Don’t let Cosmo fool you into thinking it’s a magazine about empowering women.
There is nothing empowering about this sexually explicit, degrading, and pornified publication. Instead, Cosmo should be labeled as it truly is: an anti-woman magazine that promotes the sexual exploitation and degradation of women.
Cosmo has refused to change its ways for years and years. So now we are targeting their parent company, going to the corporate boss of Cosmo, and asking THEM to get Cosmounder control.
Will you help us? Please forward this to a friend and ask them to take action as well.
You Can Take Action And Email Executives from Cosmo’s Parent Company:Click Here To Tell Them To Change Cosmo

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