Taking a candid look at everything from gossip to women’s health, this glossy puts sex tips alongside thoughtful examinations of US culture
What You'll Get
When it first launched in 1886, Cosmopolitan magazine was meant for families, but this once-tame periodical has since been updated to include tantalizing tidbits of gossip, men, and sex. Today, the staff strives to empower its female readership through candid articles on women’s health, fitness tips, career advice, and fashion. Celebrity interviews offer a glimpse into the lives of the upper echelon while simultaneously helping bridge the perceived gap that divides us. And perhaps most admirably, the writers help spark conversations on more than just the standard celebrity relationships and love advice—they dig deeper into American culture to cover sometimes uncomfortable issues pertaining to women’s rights, politics, and relationships.