Cosmo’s “What I Want in a Wife” feature from 1973 is every bit as bad as you’d expect
That tireless curator of the cheap, the kitsch and the downright bizarre, Pulp Librarian, has given us an insight into what passed for acceptable content in Cosmopolitan in 1973.
He shared a piece from the self-described progressive mag in which they asked male celebrities what they wanted in a wife, and it’s a bin fire in print form.
What do men really want in a wife? Well in 1973 Cosmopolitan Magazine UK asked them.
— Pulp Librarian (@PulpLibrarian) 17 December 2019
Hold the phone! Gyles Brandreth was an eligible bachelor?