Men's and Women's Magazine Cover Spoofs Make Fun of Their Exploitative Nature | Adweek Men's and Women's Magazine Cover Spoofs Make Fun of Their Exploitative Nature | Adweek
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The Most Honest Women's Magazine Cover Ever Fear and loathing, all in a few cover lines

This is old, but new to us—the cover of Overanalyzing magazine, expertly spoofing women's magazines' general exploitation of their reader's feelings of inadequacy and fear. Read it and weep. Originally posted way back when on Cracked.com. Check out the men's version, Macho, after the jump.

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