CHICAGO — It appears Cosmo is a little too racy for Walmart.
The retail chain said it will stop selling Cosmopolitan magazine at checkout lines across the country. The longstanding publication targets female readers and is mostly staffed by women, according to Business Insider. The magazine will still be available on Walmart magazine racks.
Walmart said the magazine is graphic and often contains offensive material.
The National Center on Sexual Exploitation praised the decision, calling it real change as a result of the recent #metoo movement.
Faith leaders founded the group in the 1960s.