Demi Lovato Wants Cosmo Censorship to Stop

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Demi Lovato doesn't think her Cosmo cover needs to be censored. Cosmopolitan, a magazine with a long history of covers that would make your mother blush, will now be sold behind blinders in some supermarkets and drugstores.

Now kids will be protected from the seedy world of "crazy sex hair" and can devote their full attention to wearing their parents down until they buy them the king-size Kit Kat. But Lovato, who appears on the cover of Cosmo's September issue, doesn't think the magazine needs to be hidden.

She explained in a post on Twitter: "What these individuals who are protesting don’t understand is that for the first time in a long time I feel incredibly EMPOWERED and the MOST BEAUTIFUL I’ve ever felt on this magazine. It's so liberating to be able to show the world how confident a woman can be once she learns to love herself. It took soul searching and a bit of time before I learned to embrace my body therefore I could not have been more excited to do this shoot."

In a hashtag she calls for stores to #unwrapmycosmo. A good idea, not only because empowered women and their bodies don't need censorship, but because the binders aren't acheving exactly what the censors were hoping for.

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