The venerable women's magazine Glamour boasts almost ten million print readers, and more than 11 million visitors monthly to its website. Mainly devoted to clothing, makeup and feminist topics, Glamour's also won acclaim for its coverage of health issues.

This year, however, Glamour veered into unhealthy territory with its 2017 Women of the Year list. Alongside actress Nicole Kidman and NASA astronaut Peggy Whitson, Glamour will be honoring the organizers of last January's Women's March. Included among those organizers is virulent anti-Israel activist and terrorist sympathizer Linda Sarsour.

The awards will be presented at a ceremony on November 13, which will be live streamed on Glamour's website, as well as to Glamour's 5.5 million followers on Facebook. The ceremony will be preceded by a "Summit," at which the honorees will "discuss the issues we care about most right now."

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