The first daughter, known for her business acumen and a markedly inoffensive Instagram presence, is not about to get treated like a family member of a liberal president, at least by the likes of magazines like Teen Vogue or Cosmopolitan.
“The Trumps should not appear on any magazine covers in a fawning, look-at-how-beautiful-they-are kind of way—editors should avoid these editorials or images where we’re just talking about their fashion,” lectured Prachi Gupta, a Jezebel writer who interviewed Ivanka during the campaign for Cosmopolitan, in a recent Politico article.
Teen Vogue’s Lauren Duca was similarly adamant to Politico, saying:
“All women’s media should be inherently political. Of course you can hold serious and non-serious interests, and sometimes posts are allowed to just be about what’s cute—that’s OK. But overall, the holistic goal of any publication geared towards women should be concerned with the political, and that goes beyond who’s running for office.”Why exactly must any magazine “geared towards women” care about the political?
And why? Why must everything be political? What’s wrong with living and let live—and sharing some thoughts from figures ranging from Ivanka Trump to Chelsea Clinton about whether peplums are a good idea or not?
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