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Cosmo: Swapping Fashion For Liberal Politics

May 8, 2014 | Alyssa Condrey

Cosmo

Read Cosmo? Magazine seems to be swapping fashion for liberal politics.

Read Karin Agness’ oped posted on The Daily Caller this week. Below is an excerpt:

A recent Cosmopolitan.com lead story, “How the GOP’s Block of the Minimum Wage Bill Hurts Women,” was hard to miss at the top of the homepage — it was in bright pink under “Must Read!” and was directly above the headline, “4 Problems All Women With Big Boobs Have While Shopping.”

Anyone who still claims women’s magazines are harmless when it comes to politics should take a look. Conservatives in particular must go where the battles are to win women, and that includes women’s magazines with headlines on diet tricks, guy tips and fashion styles because that’s not all that is in them. Despite none of the major categories listed on the Cosmopolitan.com navigational toolbar (Relationships, Celebs, Beauty & Fashion, Health and Work) mentioning politics, politics seeps in, sometimes covertly and sometimes more obviously.

Read full article here. 

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