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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.
keeping sex sacred in the sacrament of marriage is important to me," the 22 year-old continued.
"Guys don't necessarily treat me much differently." Sara said, "The nicest thing a guy's ever said to me when I told him I was waiting was, ' Your commitment to waiting just makes you that much more attractive to me.' The worst thing was ' I don't know how you do that.'" "Madeline," also 22, told Cosmo, "My faith teaches me that sex is a deeply spiritual act and a symbol of intimacy with God.
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.
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.Dear Cosmo, We are pleased you have published an article on women with disabilities: 12 Things you should know before dating a woman in Wheelchair.We women on wheels are not used to being portrayed as “dateable” in the media, so thank you for choosing to be inclusive!We really ARE NOT inherently bitchy people with “chips on our shoulders.” Well some are, but nobody pays any attention to them anyway.We felt it important to offer some insight into “women in wheelchairs” for future features, which we hope you will continue!