By: Cortney O’Brien Thursday, April 23, 2015 Townhall William Randolph Hearst, the famed newspaper publisher and inspiration for the film ‘Citizen Kane,’ wouldn’t even be able to recognize his company’s Cosmopolitan magazine today. What was once an inspirational circular for women, has declined to little more than pornography. As a result, Hearst’s granddaughter, Victoria Hearst, is partnering…
Victoria Hearst, the granddaughter of publisher William Randolph Hearst of the Hearst Corporation empire and the Founder and President of Praise Him Ministries in Montrose, CO; Dawn Hawkins, Executive Director, National Center on Sexual Exploitation; Dr. Miriam Grossman, MD, board certified child, adolescent, and adult psychiatrist.
HEARST GRANDDAUGHTER LAUNCHES ‘COSMO HARMS MINORS’ CAMPAIGN AGAINST CORPORATION’S BEST-SELLING YOUNG WOMEN’S MAGAZINE
The granddaughter of William Randolph Hearst, of the multi-national media empire Hearst Corporation, and the National Center on Sexual Exploitation (NCOSE) are launching a campaign that demands Cosmopolitan Magazine be displayed behind blinders or in an opaque wrapper and not sold to minors.
The latest gossip, fashion tips, and beauty secrets are luring topics for any girl. They have a way of grabbing the attention of women all across the globe at any time in any place. This is especially true with young girls. However, some of the sources providing these women and teens with today’s fashion, hottest gossip, and beauty pointers are beginning to encrypt these innocent topics with sexually explicit material that degrade women. Yet, Cosmo Magazine is one of the most popular women’s magazines today.