Tag: Cosmopolitan

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Snapchat Removes Cosmo Porn Site After Parent Firestorm

Snapchat removed Cosmopolitan’s new porn site known as Cosmo After Dark less than a week after it was launched following an uproar by parents over the easy access of its pornographic content to children.

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Snapchat ‘Cosmo After Dark’ Is Easy Access Porn for Young People

“Remember, there are almost no parental controls in Snapchat,” writes Chris McKenna at Protect Young Eyes – a site devoted to “defending kids from online danger. “There never have been. The Discover section has been a content mess from the beginning, which we’ve told parents about often. Have we forgotten how Snapchat started? As a social platform created by two college students who wanted to sext.”

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Walmart Axes Cosmo from Checkout Stands

The National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) is declaring victory as Walmart, the nation’s largest retailer, announces it is pulling Cosmopolitan magazine from checkout stands in about 5,000 of its stores.

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Cosmopolitan Embraces Life As a Prostitute

As part of its weekly series called “Sex Work,” Cosmo profiles women who have careers in the sex industry. Recently, the magazine’s website featured an article narrated by a woman who works as a prostitute in a legal brothel in Nevada.

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Sarah Palin on Donald Trump: ‘Thank God That He’s Running’

Sarah Palin herself joined the Palin Update with Kevin Scholla radio program this week responding to 2016 Presidential candidate Donald Trump’s glowing statements about the former Alaska governor made on the show just last week that went viral within hours.

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Cosmo Reports on Death by Contraceptive Pill

Despite Planned Parenthood’s best efforts to downplay the dangers of birth control pills, even some of its allies occasionally go off script. In an unusual article this week, Cosmopolitan magazine covered the gruesome death of a 21-year-old Australian woman named Fallan Kurek who reportedly died from taking birth control pills for only 25 days.