” Kara Ayers Ouch…literally hurts to see:/ what year is it!? That way they can’t run away from me quite so fast J James Shoemaker …really, a hospital transport chair?
Yannick Benjamin So a major publication like Cosmopolitan could not find an active woman who is a user of an actual current wheelchair.
Such is the case with Cosmopolitan and TV Land’s hit series “Younger.” The multi-platform campaign running from October through December includes print, digital and on-air elements.
Among the highlights: a two-part guide to modern dating in the November and December issues of Cosmo’s print edition, as well as a Facebook Live coverage from both inside the “Younger” fashion closet and from the red carpet of its September 28 season premiere.
NEW YORK CITY, March 18, 2016 (Life Site News) – Cosmo and abstinence make strange bedfellows.
The magazine, which since the mid-sixties has glorified guilt-free promiscuity, is the antithesis of the values held by men and women who save sex for marriage.
Perhaps the biggest score for Cosmo is a series of 30-second, co-branded tune-ins throughout October, which encourage viewers to check out the “Younger” cast in Cosmo.
Here, both sides share some details on how the partnership came to be and what role each has played so far in its success.
Dating and relationships are pivotal themes we share.Nevertheless, Cosmopolitan's over three million readers got something unexpected last week: an article on Cosmo's website featuring three single, dating women who practice abstinence.The blatant fornication-promoting magazine quoted three women in their early 20s who are waiting until marriage to have sex.This is according to research involving 400,000 dating profiles on a website used for extramarital hookups.Using the word “confident” ranked highly for men and women, along with “honest”, according to research seen by Mail Online.