Not gonna lie, I have a soft spot for Miley Cyrus. I like that “Party in the USA” song and I admire the way she’s rebelled against being the big-haired pop princess goodie-goodie Disney no doubt wanted her to be. My love for her will come to a screeching halt if she has a baby before I do (looking kind of likely considering she’s engaged already) but until then, Miley gets my thumbs up. Here she is on the cover of Cosmopolitan, sans bra, incase you didn’t get the picture that she’s not a little girl anymore. Check out a few more pics after the jump… Keep reading »
We get it. Guys are tough to figure out: There’s like 24 possible combinations that you can make with 1) beer 2) food 3) sex and 4) sports. No wonder their girlfriends have to resort to lady magazines to gain insight into the buzzing hive that is the male mind. We know most women laugh that stuff off as cheap entertainment not to be taken seriously, but what if they actually did listen to all of the advice?
It’d pretty much turn into a nightmare of paranoia and petty revenge. After all, according to various Cosmo articles…
#7: He Shares the Details of His Day, Therefore He Must Be Hiding Something
Men just aren’t as communicative as women, especially when they’re stressed. So, let’s say a guy makes a conscious decision to share more. That’s solid advice, no matter the source. When she asks him about his day, instead of just saying, “fine,” he can tell her in detail about his argument with Sarah, the lady from HR. Read more…
You’ve walked innocently past issues of Cosmopolitan magazine a thousand times, every time you’ve checked out at a grocery store. If you glanced at the covers then you know it’s all about sex, and helping girls bring out the sexual animal in their man.
But littered amongst their mildly kinky and often impractical advice (“wear a wet t-shirt to bed!”) you get horrifying tips that border on genital mutilation.
Think we’re kidding? As we speak, Cosmo is advising women to… Keep reading »
Let’s get right to the point. This is the lede of an article in Cosmopolitan‘s October 2012 issue: “Julie, 29, has amazing orgasms. The catch? They’re with her vacuum cleaner.”
Julie*, whose name has been changed of course, continues:
One time, I was straddling it and noticed it felt good. The intense vibrations against my clitoris sent me over the edge and it’s become the only way I can get off.
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“I wanted to become an author for as long as I can remember. I wrote stories and plays and poems all the time I was growing up. I’ve just always felt the urge to write. It’s not something I can stop doing. I just feel wired to want to create stories. As the career path of editor opened up for me, the opportunity of being an author started to recede a bit, making me panic. I just resolved to somehow make the time. I gave up goals like learning tennis or a second language or ever having a killer body in order to make the time to write … The muse for my first published book was the TV show “Law and Order.” Re-runs of the series used to be on every night at 11 and that’s when I wrote—after my kids and husband were in bed. The sound helped keep me from passing out from sheer fatigue, and since I’d seen every episode a zillion times, it wasn’t a distraction. I probably should have dedicated that book to Assistant District Attorney Jack McCoy.”
– Kate White on what inspires her to write. Read the rest of the soon-to-be former editor-in-chief of Cosmopolitan’s interview about her latest book and the one thing in life she wishes she could do over on Kate-Book.com, the website for, about and by Kates.