Like most Manhattanites, I have a pretty love-hate relationship with my city. But one of my favorite things about the concrete jungle is this: I could hobble outside on one rollerblade and one stiletto with toothpaste running down my face and a fur cape flung over my shoulders, and there's still a pretty good chance that I wouldn't be the weirdest thing passersby saw on the street that day. And that, my friends, is because of stunts such as the one below, where a couple sheathed in fleshy body suits took to the mean streets of Columbus Circle — OK, not really, there's a Whole Foods there and everything — to enact a bunch of vaguely preposterous Cosmo positions.
Skip navigation! Last week, I took you on an illuminating journey deep into the mind and mating rituals of the average Men's Health magazine Don Juan. And as a self-proclaimed cultural adjudicators, I'd be wildly remiss to not cross over to the other side of the gender spectrum this week to prod the bizarre sexcapades enjoyed by Cosmopolitan readerswhich are many.
Area of Expertise is a column on niche interests, personal passions, and other things we might know or care a little too much about. Rene Russo wears a vertiginously cut blue dress and stands in front of a matching blue backdrop, her expression serious and smoldering. She is flanked by text — headlines about dominant men, sex work, Barbra Streisand, obscene phone calls, Telly Savalas, and John Updike.
Sure, your sex life rocks, but you still catch yourself wondering if there isn't a tip or two that could catapult your carnal life from all right to out-of-sight. Well, there is. Cosmo picked the brains of five of the top sex pros in the country to glean sneaky, seductive, and superhot moves that will take you and your guy into uncharted turn-on territory.
You're probably familiar with the phrase, "Don't toot your own horn", but we're much more partial to, "If you've got it, flaunt it". And we've got it— it being a freaking kick-ass website. And we're on track to have our best year ever too.
The idea is that your headline makes a promise that your sales copy or content must fulfill, so a smartly written article headline tells you exactly what the content must provide to the reader in order to keep the promise you made. Writing your headline first might not work for everyone, but you can get ideas for articles and posts by looking at compelling headlines and adapting them to match your topic. Stop by a news stand and check out the headlines on the cover of any consumer-oriented magazine.
Cosmopolitan is an international fashion and entertainment magazine for women that was formerly titled The Cosmopolitan. Cosmopolitan magazine is one of the best-selling magazines and is directed mainly toward women readers. Often referred to as Cosmoits content as of includes articles discussing relationships, sex, health, careers, self-improvement, celebrities, fashion, horoscopes, and beauty. Paul Schlicht told his first-issue readers inside of the front cover that his publication was a "first-class family magazine", then adding, "There will be a department devoted exclusively to the concerns of women, with articles on fashions, on household decoration, on cooking, and the care and management of children, etc.
Customers at some 5, Walmart locations around the United States will no longer see Cosmopolitan magazine among the publications for purchase in the check-out line. In a statement to NewsweekWalmart said the store would still carry Cosmopolitan, but just not locate issues in the checkout aisles. Yet critics were quick to point out how removing the magazine in the name of the Me Too movement seemed misguided, counterproductive and opportunistic.
Throughout my long tenure writing Ridiculous Tips For A Miserable Sex LifeI've taken aim at various targets, but one publication stands out as a bastion of weird and wacky sex advice — always chipper, always in a numbered list, and always ill-advised. Cosmo remains the ne plus ultra of usually implausible, occasionally unfathomable, and invariably hilarious sexy tips for sexy sex, and this month, I've chosen to anthologize them for you. Read on, friends.