Is Walmart's decision to remove Cosmopolitan from checkout aisles sexist? | The Tylt

Is Walmart's decision to remove Cosmopolitan from checkout aisles sexist?

Walmart is removing Cosmopolitan from checkout lines out of respect for the #MeToo movement. Supporters of the move argue Cosmopolitan objectifies women and they are commending Walmart for lowering the visibility of the magazine. But detractors disagree, arguing Walmart is using #MeToo to censor and demonize the empowerment of female sexuality. Critics say Cosmopolitan empowers women to discuss sex, relationships, and health. It shouldn't be hidden away. What do you think? 

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Critics argue Cosmo empowers women by discussing female sexuality and censoring the magazine may just reinforce rape culture rather than educate people on gender politics, sex, and relationships. 

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While some disagree with Walmart's excuse to pull the magazine in the name of #MeToo, they still agree that Cosmo is an inappropriate magazine.

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Others say Walmart is doing the right thing by taking away the visibility of a magazine that has been objectifying women for years.

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Is Walmart's decision to remove Cosmopolitan from checkout aisles sexist?
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#WalmartIsSexist
#CosmoIsSexist