Sue Ellen Browder Wrote Fake News for Cosmopolitan and Now Regrets Misleading Women on Feminism

LANDER, Wyo.—Sue Ellen Browder wrote fake news before “fake news” was ever a thing. Except she prefers not to call it that—not because she’s embarrassed to admit she wrote fake news (although she’s certainly not proud), but because she thinks the term “fake news” is too vague to understand.

Browder, a Cosmopolitan magazine writer for 20 years, describes what she wrote as “propaganda.”

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‘Cosmo Hurts Kids’ Campaign Publishes Message on Memphis Billboard

The “Cosmo Hurts Kids” campaign has left its mark on a Memphis billboard, which cautions that Cosmopolitan magazine features porn. The billboard is on Interstate 40 near Whitten Road, reports WREG News Channel 3. The movement is the work of Victoria Hearst, whose grandfather, publishing titan William Randolph Hearst, acquired the…

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