Faking It: Sex, Lies, and Women’s Magazines

Women’s magazines regularly fabricate stories about you-know-what: “Many writers, editors and fact-checkers involved with these sex articles (most of whom asked that their identities be protected with the top-secrecy accorded CIA sources) agreed that the editorial standards for them are abysmal.” —Faking It: Sex, Lies, and Women’s Magazines (Columbia Journalism Review)

Update, 13 Oct 2005: Updated the URL.
Update, 15 May 2009: Updated the URL again.
Update, 02 May 2022: Updated the URL yet again.

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