15 Women’s Magazines That Don’t Suck, Are Awesome (2)

Women'S MagazineConsumer magazines aimed toward a female readership are recognized as important primary sources via which to interpret a number of features of nineteenth and 20th-century historical past and tradition. Women’s magazines are thought of for a normal excellence” award in their very own separate category—service and fashion magazines”—while males’s magazines like GQ and Esquire are thought of in the general interest category. Bitch’s on-line presence is fairly rad too, with amazing visitor columnists together with no less than one queer-centric thematic column per month (this month it’s Carrie Nelson speaking about Bi Invisibility). Which is complete bullshit on numerous levels, but I would just like to see a journal go balls-out and publish photos of girls wearing regardless of the hell they want.

An award-winning journalist and dedicated editor, she has spent the past fifteen years working at a variety of women’s magazines including Glamour, Essence, Seventeen, Heart & Soul, and Parenting. She mentioned the interest in the magazine showed there was a gap available in the market when it came to tales about rural women. Also I want so many of those magazines now, even though I know it would eventually flip into some kind of terrible magazine hoarding situation. That is already a slight uptick—Vogue’s non-white covers went up from three in 2014 to four in 2015—and there’s time left in 2016.

This means the journal is generally not white up to now, a feat that’s extremely rare in the publishing biz, and representative of what appears to be an internal editorial development. With over 200 girls’s magazines out there on our website, you may easily find a magazine that is good for you.

I know Cameron Diaz desires me to embrace my body – she wrote a e book about that for heaven’s sake! Not solely does Harper’s Bazaar have 100% white faces on its covers, there’s also little variation from one picture to the next. But the journal got infinitely better when The L Word ended, and is now effortlessly snagging main cowl stars like Uh Huh Her, Tegan & Sara, Glenn Close, Jane Lynch , Ruby Rose, Shay Mitchell and Chely Wright. If you have just gotta read a mainstream girls’s health journal, try Women’s Health.

A bit edgier than its stateside counterparts, DIVA is a type of magazines that makes being a lesbian appear tremendous-cool and horny — from its annual Naked Issue” to its annual Sex Issue” to cover stars like Jane Lynch, Heather Peace, the Coronation Street women and Leisha Hailey.