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The magazine eventually adopted a cover format consisting of a usually young female model (in recent years, an actress, singer, or another prominent female celebrity), typically in a low cut dress, bikini, or some other revealing outfit.The magazine set itself apart by frankly discussing sexuality from the point of view that women could and should enjoy sex without guilt.Writing on the campaign site, she says: 'I have contacted the Chairman of the FTC, John Leibowitz and received a letter from his office stating they will look into the issue and start an investigation ONLY when they feel it's a "threat" to society.'The fearless model declares that it is time to 'hit [the magazine] in the pocketbook': 'Maybe [editor-in-chief Kate White will] pay attention to us if her advertisers recognize that it's not very cool to have your ad next to an article urging women to engage in threesomes and anal sex.'Janazza wrote: 'Project Inspired is going to have an impact on Cosmo Magazine’s editors and writers.God Bless you, Nicole.' Another, Gabriela, added: 'This problem of having the minds of young girls being corrupted by Cosmo is being told and we’re getting so much closer to our goal of stopping it.'For Miss Fanning, a freshman student at New York University, the Cosmo debacle comes just months after her ad for Marc Jacobs' Lola!

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Cosmopolitan is an international fashion magazine for women, which was formerly titled The Cosmopolitan.Circulation dropped to slightly over a million by 1955, a time when magazines were overshadowed during the rise of paperbacks and television.The Golden Age of magazines came to an end as mass market, general interest publications gave way to special interest magazines targeting specialized audiences.Jack London's novella, "The Red One", was published in the October 1918 issue), and a constant presence from 1910–18 was Arthur B.

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Enjoying sex without shame was also a message she incorporated in both publications.