We all know that you’ll be fed up with the festivities faster than you can say ‘pass the sprouts’. So
The December/January edition is packed with features, interviews and articles across a range of topics.
The vendors buy the magazines for £1.25 each and go on to sell them for £2.50, which they keep.
An Oldham lifeguard has been listed in the UK’s top 10 employees aged over 50, but was pipped to the top five by Professor Stephen Hawking.
MM talk to Jen Yockney, editor of bisexual magazine Bi Community News, about her experiences of coming out and what progress Manchester still has to make towards equality as part of our LGBT History Month Q&A series.
Cosmopolitan’s resident sex therapist, Rachel Morris, discusses the significant harmful difference between how men and women are perceived sexually ahead of Let’s Talk About Sex, Baby debate at Manchester’s Contact Theatre
Dance music bible DJ Mag have joined forces with MM to give one lucky reader the opportunity to win tickets to a VIP booth at the Top 100 DJ’s Party at Victoria Warehouse.
Manchester is in the top-five worst-affected areas for honour crimes in the UK – and Cosmopolitan are tackling the issue with a proposed day of memory for victims.
Time magazine discovered that there are 114 selfie-takers per 100,000 people in Manchester – which is head and shoulders above London, who have less than three times as many
Changing Attitudes: Manchester’s LGF hail West Ham’s Matt Jarvis for posing on cover of leading gay magazine
Jarvis joins Beckham and Llungberg in front cover pose.
Music bible NME apologises to The Smiths’ legend Morrissey over article which suggested he was racist
The NME has apologised to Morrissey over an article that he said accused him of racism.