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Professors weigh in on objectification of women after Walmart removes Cosmopolitan from checkout lines

Walmart recently announced that chains across the country will remove Cosmopolitan from checkout lines, citing the magazine’s objectifying material, according to USA TODAY. The best-selling magazine promotes content for “fun, fearless females,” reaching more than 18 million readers per month, according to Cosmopolitan’s parent company, Hearst Communications. Most magazine covers are of a sexual nature, with women wearing racy clothing while taglines promote sex tips, games and other advice. While Cosmopolitan can still be found in Walmart’s magazine racks, some wonder where people should draw the line between sexual empowerment and sexual objectification.

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Life After Hours: Feb. 9-11

Ready to enjoy the second weekend in February by celebrating some amazing people? Whether it’s athletes competing in the Olympics, exploring African American history in air and space or running to support those with neurofibromatosis, DC has plenty to offer this weekend PyeongCheng Thang On Friday, Feb.

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Life After Hours: Jan. 26-28

If the first two weeks of classes already has you itching to get off campus, here is what you can do this weekend to get out of the Tenleytown bubble. Murder at Midnight at the Renwick Gallery Come to the Renwick Gallery on Friday night for a chance to explore two eerie exhibits: “Murder is her Hobby,” and “The Final Stop” before they close on Sunday.

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