Corporate America has fed the obesity crisis for decades and now parades their creation on television, normalizing obesity in the process.
It was less than 20 years ago that the Coors Light Twins became controversial among conservatives. Now they appear controversial among progressives.
Krispy Kreme announced the sweet-treat chain would be giving away free doughnuts to vaccinated individuals, oblivious to the ties between obesity and COVID.
Why are traditional magazines failing to gain Gen Z print subscribers while other paper-goods brands are thriving among young clientele?
The American public wasn’t healthy going into the coronavirus pandemic, and it’s not getting any healthier during lockdown.
Cosmopolitan Magazine is glorifying obesity again with plus-size models in a feature on body positivity in its February issue.
After Monday night’s episode of The Bachelor, Cosmo announced they were pulling contestant Victoria Fuller from the front cover of the magazine.
Saying ‘We won’t make kids look at nearly naked women’s breasts and descriptions of sex acts’ is nowhere near regressive. What’s regressive, in fact, is treating sex like it’s not special.
Magazines like Seventeen can tout sexually explicit nail designs and not lose readers, because conservative magazines fail on a key selling point.
Jill Filipovic faults pro-lifers for not publicizing the in-utero deaths Flint’s poisoned water caused so she can defend abortion—which literally causes millions of in-utero deaths.
Although once an effective tool to foster sorority, women’s magazines are slowly dismantling womanhood, one feminist idea at a time.
Abortion advocates such as Cosmopolitan magazine’s Jill Filipovic enthusiastically tweeted an article about reducing population for climate change.
The magazine ran an article this week arguing that opposition to abortion leads not just to “extreme violence,” but—at least in one case—to rape.
Being a conservative woman online means having to overlook a lot of liberal dreck on fashion and beauty sites, and I was, frankly, sick of it.
Cosmopolitan’s Jill Filipovic has constructed an argument against originalism that should embarrass even the most disinterested of history students.
Under the pretext of ‘empowering’ girls, women’s magazines enslave post-abortive girls to their pain and their sexually destructive lifestyles, all for money.
Cosmo writer Laura Beck is walking a familiar beat: the oblivious journalist who suddenly discovers the alien and inscrutable beliefs of the Christian people.
Chip and Joanna, HGTV superstars and perhaps America’s most beloved married couple, belong to a church whose pastor preaches that homosexuality is sinful. Horrors.
The Hyde Amendment doesn’t ‘restrict poor women’s access to health care.’ It just says my tax dollars shouldn’t have to pay for your abortion.
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