You should be angry.
You’re familiar with women’s magazines and their typical content: sex advice, fashion spreads, diet tips, exercise how-tos, celebrity gossip. There’s nothing wrong with adults reading stuff that pertains to them, no matter how repetitive and/or useless some of it is.
And, like the old economics theory of supply and demand, all those magazines exist because we want them, and because we demonstrate with our pocketbooks that we will buy them.
Discovery Girls magazine is under fire for publishing a spread encouraging tween girls to determine their body type and pick a swimsuit that flatters it.