This fall Cosmopolitan Magazine will become less subtle in its liberal advocacy, according to Amy Otto.
When asked about Cosmo’s plans to cover November races, Editor in Chief Joanna Coles answered:Cosmo may feel strongly, but it thinks weakly.
Yes! We’re going to be covering issues that directly impact our readers’ lives—like, equal pay for equal work. Sixty-two percent of college intake is now women, and no woman currently graduates from college and thinks it’s OK to be paid less than a man for doing the same job. We’re also very keen on access to contraception. Those are the two things that we feel really strongly about. [snip]
And I think young women voters are going to be the voters that actually turn the election. We want them to know what’s at stake. ...
When I asked Jill Filipovic, Cosmo’s senior political writer, about how the magazine would evaluate candidates, her criteria was nothing more than Democrat talking points.So the Sisters are spinning faster, with the intent to capture the next generation of young women readers in their deceitful web.
Cosmopolitan simply wants to tell women whom to vote for without evaluating whether their favored policies help women. This is more elite, left-wing, New York City 1 percenters telling women what they should think.
Read Otto's response: Five Mind-Blowing Ways Cosmopolitan Will Push Policies That Harm Women.