Dating magazines for adult
It’s also the only place where I’d show up on the same list of “Women We Love” as Ellen De Generes.
[website] editor: Leith Clark single issue: .99 US subscription: £27 UK // 2 issues “When you open a Lula everyone’s a girl and everyone likes each other. I made a magazine of women looking at women, without that competitiveness and that hard edge that we think we need as we get older.” – editor Leigh Clark is a gigantic super-heavy epically expensive (in the US) British magazine that comes out a few times a year and is (justifiably) worshipped by its followers.
Speaking of other women’s fitness magazines, here’s how I feel about them: is okay, but there’s way too much self-help crap in there, pages upon pages of babble about how to be happier in 8 steps or something or sleep stress-free in five minutes a night.
Just tell me how to get hot inner thigh muscles, mmk?
) and hosts super-fun BUST Craftaculars (I went to one in Brooklyn, it was awesome).
BUST readers are smart, independent, pro-active women who like celebrities, makeup and clothing as well as political activism and books.
Considering that I’m gay, have no interest in celebrity interviews (unless they’re gay) and “fashion” is a thing other people give me advice on but never something I feel confident approaching on my own, you’d think I have little need for lady mags. Let me tell you a story: Once upon a time in college, I was studying for my Hebrew final with a “pre-veterinarian” friend (studying for his Orgo final) in Barnes & Noble when I mourned my inability to get anything done at Barnes & Noble due to the café’s proximity to the magazine racks. Lesser // exec editor: Kat Long single issue: free [where to find go] GO Magazine has been the #1 source for lesbian nightlife and entertainment in the New York City area for about a decade, and is now distributed nation-wide.
I’d constantly get up and “borrow” new magazines and read them instead of studying. Fanatics may notice that with the exception of Barack Obama and trans icon Topher Gross, almost every GO!
Honestly it’s so good I can’t believe it even exists. The slim magazine tries to do it all for lesbians — it’s amped up its fashion coverage by doing more original shoots as well as doing monthly bits on women’s health, wedding planning, travel, politics and profiles of up-and-coming activists and entrepreneurs. [website] independently owned editors: Jessica Hoffman & Daria Yudacufski single issue: .95 US, .95 Canada subscribe: US, Canada // four issues The Los Angeles based feminist magazine is constructed by “an editorial collective committed to anarchist, transnational, and queer perspectives” which “embrace the multiple shifting identities of feminist communities.” With journalism, analysis, art and essays by progressive writers and thinkers like Jack Halberstam and Jessica Hoffman, ended, and is now effortlessly snagging major cover stars like Uh Huh Her, Tegan & Sara, Glenn Close, Jane Lynch , Ruby Rose, Shay Mitchell and Chely Wright.The almost-monthly magazine chooses its cover models/interviewees carefully, sticking to women who have something to say, like Beth Ditto, Mindy Kahling, Amy Poehler, Diablo Cody, Amy Sedaris, Eve and Portia De Rossi.The recent “Earth Issue” offered 51 Ways to Go Green Without Growing Broke, a feature on “how ladies are leading the eco-revolution” and “Urban Farming Made Easy.” Its “BUST DIY Guide to Life” and “BUST Guide to the New Girl Order” stand proudly on my bookshelf. — BUST consistently includes not-skinny models in its palatable fashion spreads.