Screengrab via @Cosmopolitan/Twitter

‘Cosmo’ officially goes too far with article about Disney characters sexting


Feb 28, 2020, 10:14 pm*



Miles Klee

When you’re a person who looks at things online—and if you’re reading this, you’re one of those people!—there’s always the chance you’ll stumble upon a thing you wish you’d never seen. On Saturday, that thing was a Cosmopolitan blogger fantasizing about the sexting convos of your favorite animated Disney characters, as promoted in this very gross tweet:

Actually, the post went live on Aug. 3, though it seems the magazine didn’t give it a Twitter boost till this weekend, at which point everybody who saw it asked, in one way or another, why the hell it existed in the first place. Who would have thought that two of the internet’s favorite topics—Disney nostalgia and wanton horniness—couldn’t be combined for clicks?

.@Cosmopolitan your magazine…. Canceled

— 🌹 (@nugpapi) October 16, 2016


— · ✧ ˚ brittany ⊹ ˚ (@sailourmoon) October 15, 2016


— BALMAIN BABY🔪⚰️ (@skyesfuneral) October 15, 2016


— olivia (@pradaunada) October 15, 2016

@Choplogik @Cosmopolitan

— the woking dead (@makeitsnowondem) October 15, 2016


— Cottonspook (@awesomelocks) October 15, 2016


— madi 🏳️‍🌈 (@mariaschuylers) October 15, 2016


— ðigly ⚖ (@digggles) October 15, 2016


— kotori’s wife (@kotoriminamis) October 15, 2016


— yung spuky (@ikilledyourvibe) October 15, 2016

@Cosmopolitan BLOCKED

— Maximillion Gibson (@Jawnikowski) October 15, 2016


— ❔ (@isaiahtheorigin) October 15, 2016


— Damaged Joe (@Damaged_Joker) October 15, 2016


— LOLtergeist (@laurenemorgann) October 15, 2016


— poison ivy (@supremedelreyy) October 15, 2016

@Cosmopolitan I don’t know what’s worse, that you thought this would be okay or that you stole it from CollegeHumor

— 👻 Jon Booley 👻 (@boatloadsbaley) October 15, 2016

Oh, well. At least they tried! And while we refuse to read the piece itself, there’s simply no way it’s as bad as the last Disney porn Cosmo published.

If Disney Couples Starred in “Fifty Shades of Grey” via @Cosmopolitan

— Rod Hagwood (@RodHagwood) September 8, 2016

Yeesh. I’m gonna have to masturbate to real people just to feel clean again.

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*First Published: Oct 16, 2016, 6:45 pm

Miles Klee

Miles Klee is a novelist and web culture reporter. The former editor of the Daily Dot’s Unclick section, Klee’s essays, satire, and fiction have appeared in Lapham’s Quarterly, Vanity Fair, 3:AM, Salon, the Awl, the New York Observer, the Millions,  and the Village Voice. He's the author of two odd books of fiction, 'Ivyland' and 'True False.'

Miles Klee