The February issue of Cosmopolitan is dedicated to love. In this issue, readers will find Valentine’s Day cards created specially by Cosmo, along with great scenarios for dates that are easy to set up — and not only on Valentine’s Day. In the regular Bachelors column, young men from a wide range of professions dream of just one thing: finding themselves a woman (and wife) among Cosmopolitan readers.
Also in this issue:
Ashley Greene, the cutest vampire in history, shares her thoughts on having faith in yourself, the benefits of reading and the ineffectiveness of wedding rings. She also relates how she has her mother to thank for helping her turn from a shy kid into a teenager with killer self-esteem.
Papa can! The modern young father: how fathers have changed in recent times, why they have begun playing a greater role in bringing up their children, and why not everyone is striving toward such a progressive approach.
In a joint project with sister magazine Popular Mechanics, PM authors describe how robots will soon be able to have sex and become perfect men; how pheromones affect men and women; how condoms are made and tested, and who they were first needed by.
A special section “Briefly on…": February is the shortest month, but so much needs to be done, so Cosmo has created a section dealing briefly with the important issues of men, sex, beauty, fashion and the month of February itself.
Good deeds done by others: how some people try to claim glory for good deeds at your expense, such as telling everyone what a great translator you are, and how you work for free.