You don’t need to tell Joanna Coles how much Tinder sucks.“I feel bad for millennials,” Cosmopolitan magazine’s former editor, who’s 55 and married, tells The Post.
It’s an unflinching guide to dating in a swipe-happy world, aimed at millennials and boomers alike — and it’s blessedly free of kooky Cosmo sex tips.
In the gospel according to Coles, dating in 2018 is missing one major thing: honesty.
2018 edition and inside the magazine, she revealed the advice she gave her 6-year-old daughter about dating."She said to me the other day, 'How many boys can I have at once? ' I said, 'Probably none of them because they won't deserve you,'" she shared.
"'They have to be kind, respectful, they have to be chivalrous, they have to be good to their moms, they have to be good looking, they have to be funny.'" leads with kindness."When asked her hopes on womankind, Pink shared, "Equality, safety & respect."And when it comes to the one thing that people get wrong about Pink, it's "that I'm angry." But she would later say that she's "bats--t" because one fictional character she identifies with is Angelina Jolie's character in Pink also subtly addressed those Christina Aguilera feud rumors.
When asked to describe certain duet partners in one word, Pink was first presented with Christina and Kenny Chesney.
For Christina, Pink said "forgiven," while for Kenny, she said "charming."She was then asked about Nate Ruess and India. And to pretend that it’s easy to have a baby in your 40s or 50s is — it’s just selling women a false dream. “It doesn’t mean it’s impossible, but it’s expensive, it’s hard, it’s physically hard on the body,” she says. “We have a generation of women who think that they can just have IVF and everything will be fine,” she says. Try: e Harmony, the League, Twindog Mostly D’s: Miranda Hobbes Who has time to swipe?“The odds are against you once you start having IVF, and the odds are against you over the age of 35. Apps and sites that weed out the slackers and the stupids will push you in the right direction.She’s tired of women lying to themselves about what they really want.