At a town hall in Charlotte, North Carolina, the new Cosmopolitan editor (over)shared: "Some of you may know — I didn't — that Cosmo has an app for [a] sex position of the day ... And someone asked me what my sex position of the day was..."
Cosmopolitan magazine's editor-in-chief Kate White is departing after 14 years.
Whatever you think of Cosmo — and chances are, you have a strong opinion one way or the other — we decided to ask our favorite women's lifestyle editors and our Twitter followers what lessons it has taught them over the years. With the recent death of legendary Cosmo editor Helen Gurley Brown, we thought it would be the perfect time to examine some of the love lessons (and wacky sex tips) the magazine has imparted on us.
In honor of Brown's passing, enjoy this conversation between two legendary women's magazine editors.
A 2009 conversation between two legendary women's magazine editors: Bonnie Fuller and Helen Gurley Brown team up to bring YourTango readers advice about sex with married men, hooking up, office romance and more.
It's true, the new Cosmo For Guys iPad application moans when you touch it.
Features of the just-launched Cosmo For Guys iPad app include 3-D sex positions viewable from various angles, an audio guide to the meaning behind women's top five sex sounds, and local poll data that tells guys what movie women want to see that weekend.
The bedroom is no place for a spatula. Sorry, Cosmo.
Cosmo is at it again, serving up the latest batch of crazy sex advice in their August issue. And once again, College Candy took the opportunity to make digs at their sometimes cringe-worthy sex tips. They've got some pretty hilarious things to say, but we here at YourTango like to add our own hilariousness to the mix.
Another month, another issue of Cosmo laden with awkward sex and love advice.
Cosmo definitely has some helpful tips, but there's also a lot of—how do I put this—hogwash floating around in there. College Candy realizes most of the magazine's so-called "facts" and love/sex advice should be taken with a grain of salt and feel it's appropriate (if not necessary) to poke a little fun. They scrutinize and ridicule the entire July issue cover-to-cover.