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I completely agree with your article. The sad truth is those magazines are simply catering to their clientele and actually reinforcing antiquated gender roles and stereotypes. None of their subscribers would be interested in reading about fulfilling monogamous relationships or the homosexual perspective. I find those magazines to be terribly sexist in a way no one seems to realize, but I venture to say women's magazines like Cosmo are even worse. Perhaps you should do a follow-up on the things women's magazines focus on and how that isn't doing gender equality any favors. I'd love to read it!
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