The demise of female-dominated magazines and magazines geared towards young women is one of the main concerns of the world’s largest women’s health group, according to a new report.
Women’s magazines, which often feature a woman editor, have become increasingly popular with young women.
Many of these publications feature images and stories that portray women as more powerful, more important and more valuable than their male counterparts.
The group, the World Health Organization (WHO), says that women’s magazines that cover women are no longer relevant to the general population, particularly among younger people.
In fact, the organisation said that while the number of women in the world is increasing, the proportion of women who read them has not.
The report, published by the health organisation’s World Digital Report, said that women who want to buy a magazine for themselves or to send it to friends are often faced with “in-app purchases” or “pay to win” features.
The study said that the vast majority of magazines published by women in China and India do not include a disclaimer that such features are not endorsed by the magazine.
“These in-app features are often designed to appeal to young girls who are not yet ready to pay for a subscription,” it said.
“A recent survey by the Chinese and Indian media indicated that over 80% of women do not want to pay a subscription fee for magazines and instead prefer to purchase the magazine for personal use.”
The prevalence of these in-advertisements is one reason why there is a growing concern among health professionals that these digital products could be fuelling the rise of fake magazines and fake news.
“The report also pointed to the fact that in-game content is often marketed as “authentic”, while it’s often in fact “fake” content.”
In many cases, the content is deliberately created and manipulated to make its users feel that it is authentic,” it added.
The findings came as women’s media was also in the news after a controversial story in the magazine Cosmopolitan in which a female author alleged she was harassed for working as a maid.
The story, which has been shared by numerous celebrities, sparked widespread criticism online, with some users comparing it to the Gamergate movement in the United States.
The issue of women’s empowerment has been a key topic of conversation in recent years as well, with the hashtag #NoMoreFeminism trending on Twitter in recent months.