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We have Kate White to thank. Why did you make the magazine more candid about sex than it was before? In order to make it fit better with the times.
There are countless articles aiming to teach us how to enrich our sex lives. Most are inane, others are helpful, and still others are downright laughable. Here are our favorite baffling, painful, or otherwise WTF-inducing tips that the Internet wants to do to your nether bits.
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. For a few years now, these covers have been a source of fascination for me.
What works for you might not work for her. Use the same parts of your brain that you use for holiday gift-giving. Don't just get her what you would want.
And while women feeling empowered to take their sexuality into their own hands is certainly positive, this particular avenue is problematic. So, here are ten helpful tips that can actually lead you to having a satisfying sex life — advice that Cosmo has never told you and probably never will. Because of how male-dominated our culture is, women have almost nowhere to go to find accurate information on their own sexual pleasure — not even publications supposedly written for them!
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.
Cosmopolitan Magazine has been around since so it has seen quite a great deal of change over that time. The evolution of The Cosmopolitan Magazine into what is known today as Cosmo shows just how dramatic that change has been. Typically, each issue would have five to eight short-stories, a full novelette, a full short novel, and some article on fashion and health.
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.