#MeToo and Cosmo actually have a lot in common

THE WASHINGTON POST OPINIONS Popular magazines displayed inside a newsstand. (iStock) Bad news for women who hoped their time in the Walmart checkout aisle could teach them “78 Ways to Turn Him On“: The retailer has pulled Cosmopolitan magazine from the front of 5,000 stores across the country after pressure from a conservative anti-porn advocacy group. The removal alone has riled up devoted readers of the women’s monthly. But even those who have never received subscription sex tips found something more infuriating in the National Center on Sexual Exploitation’s description of its Cosmo coup. The relocation of the female-run,...

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