The website has come under fire for publishing an article titled '13 Little Things That Can Make a Man Fall Hard for You', which contains tips such as "stocking the fridge with his favourite drinks" and "making him a snack after sex".
Other pearls of wisdom include "answering the door in a negligee" and "letting him solve your petty work problem" - because after all, "men like to fix things".
I mean, seriously? What year is this, 1952?
If that taster isn't enough to get your feminist blood boiling, The Vagenda's Rhiannon L Cosslett tweeted the full list of tips earlier today.
How to make a man fall in love with you, according to Glamour. Become quasi non-verbal sex robot, in negligee pic.twitter.com/CIjrBfLHto— Rhiannon L Cosslett (@rhiannonlucyc) July 27, 2015
The article has caused outrage on Twitter, with many saying the content is "sexist".
Glamour advice on how to get a man to fall in love w/ you. Since I'm not a sex-cook robot, I'll stay a spinster thanx pic.twitter.com/oXStUK8Nje— Bella (@bellamackie) July 27, 2015
One Twitter user, author Kate Iselin, went one step further and re-wrote Glamour's tips to point out just how ridiculous they are.
We're not sure who should be more offended by the Glamour article, women or men.
Come on Glamour, you can do better than this.