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I like the features such as "50 Perfect Gifts All Under $50" in the December/January issue. However, as a subscriber nearing 50, I am having a hard time reading the editorial description/list for it on the same page. I wear reading glasses but the type size you use for those features is still a bit too small. How about pumping it up half a point? I feel bad enough about not being able to read the label on the bottom of my lipstick.
Also, for a two month issue, December/January felt a little lightweight.
I'm a little bit late. But as an entrant of the 2011 More Beauty Search, who followed the contest closely, why did More pick a finalist who clearly didn't adhere to the rules. There was at least one finalist who had another person in her entry photo. According to the official rules, the picture should only include the entrant. I emailed More with my concerns and never heard back from them. I think all of the contestants deserve a refund..
Regarding The Man That Got Away...this start took my breath away....and not in a positive way. Misplaced emotions and actions by Ms. Kaufman and "Stephen" all those years ago caused deep pain and suffering to innocent individuals (namely Stephen's wife and children) who were not part of "their" secret. And it continues to cause pain today to Ms. Kaufman's family and to herself. I dated a Welsh man who wanted me to visit his family and sit with them "with both feet under the table". I have never forgotten the significance of that statement and it's implication of commitment. When I married for the second time, all the familiar crazy thoughts started coming to me prior to the wedding. The biggest one was where was I going to have my secret bank account incase I needed to make my escape. I caught myself before I went too far down that rabbit hole because if I was entertaining those thoughts there was no way the marriage was going to work. It takes both feet, one's head and heart for success. Ms. Kaufman you didn't ask for advice, but I am offering some. Pack the books away in the attic or better yet give them away. Only when you lose the fantasy can you have a chance at the reality. Your husband and children deserve your whole heart and in the process you may find an ever deepening love and the self esteem you so desperately crave.
Where’s the Fire?
My everyday life had become so chaotic that the spark for my passion to write had been smothered. I had been so preoccupied with everything else that I had no “me time” to catch up on my magazine reading. I believe that we attract into our lives that which we ask for. I asked for “me time” and spiritual fuel to reignite my passion. Well the universe gave me five hours, free from responsiblites in the middle of the day, on a flight from New York to San Fran. I took that time to catch up on some inspirational More Magazine reading. Okay lets be honest, as inspirational as More Magazine is I really was looking for some light reading and pictures for my vision board. Instead I found (in the November 2011 publication) Debbie Phillips in an article titled “Reinventing The Old Boy’s Club”.
In a simple easy to grasp style there were two columns with two women, Debbie Phillips and Deborah Perry Piscione, which briefly described their networking style. Phillips’s has tea parties and where women meet other like-minded women with whom they brainstorm and strategize on life goals. I was attracted to her website and book Women On Fire which I purchased immediately online. Women on Fire is a wonderfully motivating book about twenty women who share their success secrets in an effort to save other women the time of making unnecessary mistakes. I found a part of myself in each one. Well that was the spark that my spirit needed to get my mojo working again and I’ve been on fire. Of course I’ve renewed my magazine subscription (and order one as a gift for my sister). Your magazine is awesome! I thank the universe for answering my prayers so quickly and I thank More Magazine for being the answer.
Just wondering when you will be announcing when the 2012 Half Marathon will be held.
I hope to run it again and need to plan ahead. Thanks
I recently read the October issue of More, and was thouroughly enjoying it! However, my pleasure turned to dismay as I began to read at article "To Hell with Inner Beauty." I am a 17 year old girl, and sat in shock and disbelief as i read a rallying cry and justification for spending $21,000 on changing your appearance. $21,000 that could have went to charity and $21,000 that said, "If you don't like the way you look, don't accept it, change it!" Everyone has a right to do as they please but writing article condoning it isn't entirely acceptable or uplifting.
My suddenly single warning: This article will not necessarily amuse nor be an information piece. It’s more a warning like the side of a cigarette pack telling you the risks you take if you choose to light up. It will be a warning like those on alcoholic beverages that tell pregnant women not to drink and even the general public to employ good judgement when drinking in regards to operating a motor vehicle. Let’s call this article a warning label to those who may be contemplating being single again. And those who unfortunately will find themselves single unwillingly.
People think they are going to leave their troubled and angry marriages to enjoy a new life of quiet romantic dinners, dates, unbridled sex, and solid companionship.
MISTAKE! Big mistake.
This is so not the Disney Land of Dating. It is not a fantasy laced episode of Sex and the City. It’s rough and raw. No matter how much you hate your mate now, you will find life is not magically transformed because they aren’t there everyday. There’s getting over the old relationship which will surprise even the antagonists. One will have to then figure out the terms of engagement to negotiate the new ones. That is if there is that possibility of finding a “replacement” mate. Almost everyone is recycled.
We aren’t on a college campus now with the support system of frat and sorority parties to enhance our encounters for new friends and social occasions. The single dances for the mature crowd often invoke a bad wedding atmosphere of desperate people looking in all the wrong places. Desperate is not healthy.
Do you really want someone whose main activity is hanging and eating at the local bar? I leave that out there.
The pool of suitors and the suited is ravaged with cheaters, the emotionally shut down, the malcontents, the addicts, and workaholics, which then leaves about 3 people who are truly datable. Hopefully those three won’t suffer from other misfortunes like bad dental hygiene, weight issues, impending jail terms or drug/alcohol rehab.
If you get past that then you have the first date syndrome. Where to go, what to do and what not to do which might be even more important. Meeting for a drink or cup of coffee the first time is okay but it is cheap, cheap, cheap. Really, in our struggling economy extravagance is a scarce commodity. Men see dinner as a commitment, of their wallet. You also need to watch out for forgotten wallets, failures to present last names or places of resident. (What are we hiding here!)
And if you ladies meet a man and one of his first three questions is how many dates will he need to take you on before you will have sex with him.....he probably only wants to have sex.
So if your present spouse isn’t living up to your expectations, your hopes and dreams, neither will suddenly being single live up to its glorified mystique. Just saying.........
"Thank God! It's about time you got those things taken care of." These words, we are to believe, are uttered by a ten year old who has just been informed about her mother's, the journalist, Amanda Robb, upcoming plastic surgery to remove wrinkles! One hates to think about in what company this little girl spends her days, what she and her friends talk about and how they view women. "Those things" that need to be "taken care of" are the natural features of her mother's face!
Are you going to do the MORE gift bag for breast cancer this year like the past two years (at least)? In the past I have texted at a particular time and spent $100 for a great gift bag that benefited breast cancer research.
Hi. You can find a link to the September survey in this story: http://www.more.com/september-2011-survey. We look forward to your feedback!
Agree with some of my fellow readers below re:seeing or the lack thereof, realistic articles/advertisements for women over 40 and beyond. When I see ads for Tiffany, Lancome, J Jill, Alfani, Opi, etc in the Sept issue, that all have women below age 40, I wonder " Am I reading Glamour magazine?". Then I see the article on "6 Fall Makeup Dos and Don'ts" and even you state the models are not yet old enough to drive - so come on More - your audience can drive and has more purchasing power and smarts, so more 'stuff' for us, ok!?
Hi More, in your Sept issue, the Editor-in-Chief, on page 20, is asking readers to complete a survey to help make the magazine better. Tried to complete and it states the survey is closed, yet the official rules state it's open until the end of Sept.?? How does one give feedback or complete the survey. Also, the address firstname.lastname@example.org doesn't work either. Thanks.
I enjoy your issues very much. Enjoy looking at the clothes and reading the articles. I am now retired after being what I suppose you would call a career person. In other words, I have worked most of my life. Now in my later years I would like to see more people like myself. The slim body is now gone. The middle has gotten thicker no matter what you do.
The clothes I see in your magazine now would have looked great on me years ago. But today, no way. The slim outfits would bulge and pull, the tops are for perky people.
I still want to be in style and look nice when I go out.
I am in my late 60's but I don't feel it.
Please consider this suggestion and in your articles at least gear for us older ladies along with the younger slender ones
I refuse to keep getting this magazine. I am 64 and extremely active and yet I see unrealistic things in the magazine. When you do give us a "token" article or pictures of beauty...it's a movie star who probably has had stuff done but won't say. Come on "we want More also"...in fact probably "more" than a 40 year old. Have realistic things in the mag if you want to about beauty. Have plastic surgery or creams or etc. if you want but be honest. Your magazine is anything but honest about aging. You can't even imagine how many athletic and in good shape women over 60 are in now. We still want to live and not be "put in the grave" cause were older. If this magazine is for "older women" then show them in a good light....but not by giving 45 year old model a page in an expensive outfit. You have the idea that this is what 40 looks life....give me a break...we all had good stuff going on at 40....let's see what 50 60 70 and even 80 can be before we pass thru this life. Get real people!!!!!!
July/August 2011 issue:
Really like the "Under $100" feature.
Can you make it seasonal?
Like the total issue very much. Very good articles.
IDEA: Feature on MARILYN PETERSON
75-year old author of VEGAN, BITE BY BITE
Wrote the book and learned the computer at the same time at age 70! Great interview. Her website:
Also, please consider features on:
Other women in politics! Michelle Bachman, etc.
We need to be informed as we go into the elections.
I just received my first, eagerly awaited, copy of MORE, as a new subscriber. I couldn't wait to read a magazine written for an audience of mature women which honored and embraced their age. Instead I was shocked and very disappointed to find the opposite message in the magazine's pages that "More is not better in regards to women aging." This became very evident to me as I turned the pages of the magazine and found 8 ads for pharmaceuticals(2-targeting depression), 8 ads for anti-wrinkle products, and 3 other anti-aging products. I am sad that this is just another magazine that promotes an unrealistic standard of beauty.
I just read Deborah Copaken Kogan's article and I'd like to add my thank you to More for printing it and to her for writing it. I'm headed to Amazon to find ShutterBabe after this. The idea that young mothers shouldn't do the same things young fathers do is absurd. I was almost killed in a car accident when my son was 3 - should we quit driving cars until our children grow up? What a wild world that would be!
Thank you for the article by Deborah Copaken Kogan on Judging women. Assaults on women have not lessened over the years nor has the pressure to remain silent about these assaults. Women risk a great deal each time they speak out about the continuing reality of being a woman in a man's world. I was in tears as Lara Logan told her story on "60 minutes". I was crying for Lara, but also because as a 63 year old woman I realize that not enough has changed since I was her age. As women who share Lara's reality, we must support one another. Part of being strong women is standing up for one another when it's hard. Thank you for including serious articles in your magazine. I like that there's important information and opinions laced through your other lighter topics. I could care less about someone's hair in her face on the cover, but I care deeply about the violence perpetrated against women. Speaking out about it needs to happen in the magazines that also entertain women. It's happening to all of us when it happens to any of us....
Thank you for running the insightful story of Robin Milona in the June, 2011.
The person who approved the cover of July/August issue should be ashamed. Lisa Kudrow should be upset. Couldn't someone have removed the hair from her face? How about all the static on the top of her head? With all the photoshop & digital technology, this could have been fixed. However, why would a photo shoot even allow this in the first place?
I just about fell over laughing at the wonderful quote from Sarah Silverman on the More/now! page of the July/August issue. "If you don't have enough regret in your life, try cutting bangs." .... I treasure a photo of my 6-year-old self with the world's most crooked bangs cut by my mother. She never expressed any regret whatsoever - but, believe me, I felt plenty for both of us.
Phyllis Hayes is so correct! i was reading the June issue last night and saw Taylor Swift in an ad asking if i wanted to look like her! You know I have turned on so many people to More, bragging about the phhilosophy that it's for women 40 and above and that even people in the ads are 40 and above! They totally bought into the concept. What have you done? Why are you changing what was so successful about MORE?? If you keep doing this i'm not going to renew. you're falling preg to the exact thing many of your writers protest about - the stupid idolizing of the youth culture. You owe your readers a big apology!
Enjoyed the June issue of More and agree with other reader on the women in their twenties. Stay true to your original focus for women over 40. I tried to find the OMO Norma Kamali one piece suit pictured on page 32. The page reads the suit is $98 but I could only find for $350. Where can I get it for $98 - a bargain for the style but not at $350
I just bought the June issue of More and, as usual, it was a great issue until I got to the very last page, "Who's That Girl?" Please tell me that More Magazine isn't going to start featuring teens, 20s, and 30 years old. If I want to see Hollywood's impressive young stars, I can pick up a number of magazines. More Magazine is unique to the mature woman. Not that I have anything against the young, I just like the fact that More is for 40+ women. I'd rather see More's pick for Hollywood's most enduring older actresses/singers who are still sexy, confident and full of life. And, I don't EVER want to see a woman under the age of 40 featured on the cover of this magazine.
"More" was the hot topic in the hair salon yesterday...and here's why...
We're women of the South (Florida)...do you consider doing random scan around the country on what types of beauty and fashion works for the different US climates...?
For example - we bathe in sunscreen, protect our hair color from the sun, use high power humidity resistant hair and make-up products, live in flip flops and demand vibrant pedicures, year round. We don't wear winter coats, have to worry about winter dry skin and rarely wear boots...But, we do love fashion, affordable fashion, we have the same health, wealth, political and family concerns as the majority of the US women you write for; we're just climate challenged. I believe that there are more of us than those who live in the Northeast...consider the Southeast, Texas, Arizona and Southern California. How about it ? Guest bloggers...or better yet, testers ?
Our small discussion group also concurred with some of the other comments: 1) What's with the grey hair...? 2) We thought your target audience was more of the over 50 crowd...too old for Cosmo and Glamour and please, I'm not looking to get my fashion tips from AARP (just yet)..We're out here, just to let you know...
I just read my 1st More magazine. It was the May issue. I got this magazine for free when I bought something so thought I would check it out. I have to say I am glad I didn't pay to subscribe to it. Why can't magazines put clothes in them that normal people can afford and fit into? After reading this I felt like it was more of a magazine for a Mz. type of woman or business woman or someone into politics. I mean I'm intelligent but I honestly don't even know what the tea party is all about. I am not sure why but I just couldn't seem to relate to the articles. The articles seem to blend in with the advertising. The recipes are nothing I would care to try. The one thing I did like was the stories for "In praise of strong women" but I didn't like them because of the "strong" part so much as how Scott Spencer portrayed his mother sticking up for someone, Andre Dubus III telling us his love story and how he fell in love with the one whose inside matched her outside, Dinaw Mengestu's story of his aunt's ways to help "feed the world", T.C. Boyle's story of surviving a shipwreck, Walter Kirn's explanation of what makes a good expert, and Junot Diaz's story of his mother's finding a way to go to school and get an education. I enjoyed reading those stories. Just my take on the May issue.
Dear Laura Mechelle and all other Beauty Search Contest entrants:
On behalf of More magazine, our apologies for the delay in responding to your questions regarding the contest. Per the contest's official rules, which you can read at www.more.com/beauty-search-contest-rules, only the 15 finalists as chosen by the editors are contacted by More magazine. If a contestant was not contacted, it is because she was not in the top 15. This contest is legitimate. The $25 fee is a processing fee. The winners will be announced in the October issue. Thank you for entering and for your interest in More magazine.
I have repeatedly tried to cancel this magazine and yet I continue to receive and trash it. Contacting customer service is next to impossible.
I was searching for some reading material last week and I grabbed the MORE magazine which my wife Cheryl receives. I was so impressed with the article about Robin Milonas that I wrote a couple of essays on PTSD. Robin and your (MORE)s deep and sensitive understanding of the living heck which or people of all cultures go through as a result of the violence of our species and the seemingly imposibility of being heard or undertood where our minds and our time and our day to day thought is concerned makes me cry. I have seen war and violence invade the best of the best and reduce them to anxiety and stress and fear and anger and to a point where they can not even experience the love of their children and grandchildren because of the trauma they have suffered. To see Robin working so hard to remove the memories and to try to live the here and now without the ugliness of what reality she has seen creeping in and taking her peace makes me wish I could just tell her to forgive all of that ugliness in the same way that JC did and become the free and perfect child of God that she is.
I would like an acknowledgement to the e-mail i sent to meredith corporation.
OMG! who gives a rats ass. Let's all go into the kitchen.. make kraft MAC n cheese, hersheys instant cocoa. When that's finished, we can all buy clothes from JC penny or kohls. Then we all go to a church service and after we could watch lifetime for women. Harry hamlin is in a good one. LOL. Good luck ladies. It was fun to participate one month I followed.
You have 1800 entries. Maybe they don't use facebook. Wow now they do. Oh maybe the tens of thousands(yeah right). Voting have now joined. Oh my we all just had delusions of grandeur. We fell for it. More targets the aging woman who are strong and beautiful. Let's face it we all have moments of strength and insecurity. Participating makes me feel ignorant. Embarrassed. Melancholy. Thank you more.
I agree!!!! I had 1031 votes and i counted all entries there were only 69 women who scored over 1000 votes. I want to know who the top 150 were too. Or they can return all of us our $25.00. That would hurt a little huh?
ADA I'M WITH YOU. SHOW US. OR SEND US A SUBSCRIPTION. MKP
Ladies It's BS. Most likely they trashed a percentage before even looking. The business is unfair. Fixed. And I'm sure they have picked some Campbell soup recipe lady from Iowa. More magazine is a business they are there simply to make money. Letting the public participate in votes is very dim. The editor....she seems like yes woman and is very cheeseball. Chicos. Target. Better homes and garden but she certainly does not represent the bad ass woman some of us are. More has dropped the ball. New beauty magazine is great. More is BS. MONEY PIT. XO MKP
How about letting the audience know which top 15 contestants made the 2011 beauty contest, or even more the top 150. After all, it took a lot of dedication on the contestants' part to have people vote for them.
I take it the more magazine contestants for 2011 have already been notified as of today?
I entered the 2011 beauty contest late, but i still scored in the top 69 highest votes. I was not contacted. Is this for real or just a way for your magazine to make money. 1400 something women payed $25.00 each to do this contest. You do the math!!!!!! That's quite a bit of cash you received, not to mention the e-mails you required to vote .Talk about reaching an audience. I would expect to at least be contacted, numbers don't lie .
Man you women are vicious! LOL. Hiss hiss. Come on ladies. Stop the insanity. Politics suck and so do vindictive women. We are colleagues. Members of the master team. Superior. Just don't ne s skank a liar or a cheat. Ciao Xo Mkp
Why do most of the beauty search entries look as if they were cast from a talbots mold. Quite disturbing. Do I enjoy more magazine? I'm not sure if they have natural down to earth values. the proof will be in the 5 woman chosen for a prize. So far It's not that special. Real life. No cosmetics no ba sob story. Show your tact. Your power to overcome. Send the losers a year of your magazine for 25 bucks ad an entry perk. Ciao Xo Mkp
I was just browsing through More's April 2011 issue and was unplesantly surprised by the "Men We Love" spread. The section that irks me the most is "11 Men We Love Against Our Better Judgment", featuring men such as Alec Baldwin, Christian Bale, John Mayer, and Colin Farrell. Each of these men behaved in an inappropriate and sexist manner and are being excused for it because they're "hot"? If you are going to overlook a flaw, tell it like it is and don't minimize it. Alec was verbally abusing his daughter, Christian drinking and beating on his mom and sister, John saying he had a "white supremacist penis" and doesn't like black girls, and Colin sexually humiliating a woman. Attractiveness is NOT a reason to excuse rude behavior.
Two things really irk me about More magazine. The fact that they promote grey hair, sorry , but there is nothing that adds age to a woman than having grey hair, and in this day and age it is not necessary to go grey. The other thing is pills, all you hear about is pills, ask your doctor about this pill, you should be on this pill, try this pill for this or that. Americans are very over medicated and it is dangerous.
Suddenly, MORE seems less. I was quite dismayed to see such a young celebrity on your cover however her story and work is quite compelling and noteworthy.Just disappointing to see such a young face on a publication I thought was targeted to us baby boomer women. I am nearly 62, look 52 and on a good day have the energy from when is was 42. Please, please more fashion and beauty relevant to the 50+ set. Advertisers gotta love us cause we'll spend bunches on beauty products to keep us looking good. Also, LESS political commentary. I was quite incensed by the very pointed, right leaning story. Should and could have been told in a more dispassionate way. I resent the two bagger, errr,I mean tea baggers co-opting motherhood and patriotism. Like the rest of us care nothing for our families or the USA!!! it was just wrong on so many levels.
To the "anonymous" person responding to my post: First, if you stand behind what you write, kindly have the courage to use your own name...
particularly if you are offering advice. Sorry if I offended you, but these are my opinions. Fact is, you know nothing of me nor do I of you, so I will refrain from reciprocol criticism.
Secondly, I hate no one. I *am* very concerned about the vitriol coming from *some* people in the Tea Party (Incitement of violence against Obama at rallies in 2008 comes to mind) and their philosophy. Also (if you will reread my post), I do believe that for SOME of the Tea Party, race *is* an issue. But, I am not into debating that with you. And, I am quite happy with my life, but thanks for your concern!
We will have to agree to disagree. Reading through the posts, I see I am not the only one to express dismay with the piece. I'll try to be nicer when I criticize Tea Party heros/heroines. I can be a bit blunt at times I suppose.
As I read "The Great Awakening" in the May issue, I also was wondering what needs to be "taken back" in our country? Taken back from who? Given to who? I read a lot of Tea Party slogans like this in the article and was hoping that writer would provide some clarity as to what exactly they mean. I also was hoping to discover what things specifically the Tea Partiers would like to get rid of in the government. Which taxes? The ones that pay for the roads they drive on and the schools their kids go to? This is not a criticism of the Tea Party, but a criticism of the writer. I really would like an answer to these questions. This article was nothing but more of the same blather we've heard about the Tea Party in all forms of media. I honestly learned nothing new. To quote an old TV ad, "Where's the beef?"
Having said all that, I also don't think that More Magazine is the place to be talking about politics (or religion, for that matter). It just divides us. More should be a place where women "of a certain age" can go to feel like they are among kindred spirits, where we can celebrate what we have in common despite our differences. I'm very disappointed in the magazine.
Advice to Margaret - seek help, you truly need it! Your posting was quite frankly pathetic and I feel sorry for you. You must be a miserable person and lashing out at other women is your way of making yourself feel better. Instead of making derogatory and racist comments (re-read your posting - no one gives a rats behind what race is in the white house, except for maybe you) think about ways that you can help support, encourage, bolster and even possibly embrace other women regardless of their politics. Sharing our differences is what makes America so great, but when you spill vitriol all you do is make yourself look ignorant. Take time to think and don't be such a hater.
I have to agree with some of the others about Christina Bellantoni's "The Great Awakening" in the May issue. I don't even know where to begin!
First, Bachmann, O'Donnell, and especially Palin, are NOT representative of the average American woman. How laughable. Palin quit on the people of Alaska, not, as she claims, for the good of her state, but to cash in. She is raking in well over six figures per month by preying on the deep-seated anger and hatred of the very conservative Republican base.
Secondly, just what needs to be "taken back" in our country? Were women like O'Connor and Becker asleep when George W. Bush began two illegal, immoral wars and turned a healthy budget surplus into a huge deficit, nearly plunging us into a second Great Depression? Not to mention the near-total deregulation of the corporations and banks. Where was the concern of these "mommies" for their progeny then?
I suspect that, for *some*(not all) of these Tea Partiers, the real issue is that there is a black family in the White House.
O'Donnell? She is a lazy bum who has never held a real job.(I love the reference to the early morning meeting) Bachmann has a law degree from an unaccredited university (Oral Roberts) and actually makes Palin sound semi-coherent.
What I truly do not comprehend about the Tea Party is their disdain for government, when they surely benefit from paying taxes. You know, those nice things like roads, schools, libraries, police, fire department. Ironically, they believe that government should be able to determine womens' reproductive choices.
As another reader pointed out, the Tea Party offers *no* solutions to our problems, only hatred and criticism for President Obama. Where are their proposals for job creation, health care access, our crumbling infrastructure?
I am not 100% in agreement with President Obama. However, I think he is doing a good job considering the mess he stepped into. Personally, I wouldn't blame him if he quit, ala Palin. It's a thankless job.
I don't mind hearing from the other side. I know More has been lambasted by some readers for being too "liberal." That said, there are any number of intelligent Republican female politicians who have paid their dues, studied the issues, and comported themselves without vitriol and without whining.
Oh, and anyone referencing the lunatic Glenn Beck loses all credibility with me.
I agree with the ever younger models on the cover. I suscribed to this magazine because I thought it was for women who were forty and above. It seems as if the oldest you care to go are to feature women in their late forties. I have to say I am dissappointed. The articles are good but it as if women who are fifty and older are ignored just like every other magazine. Come on ladies, I thought you were different.
I find it ironic that you title your letters section "We Hear You" because judging from the last few issues you don't hear us.
I'm not the only one who has asked that you stop putting ever-younger celebrities on your cover. I've noticed more than one person annoyed by the disproportionate number of anti aging beauty articles.
Plenty of women share my frustration at all the tacky celebrity gossip and insipid stories that makes More nothing but Glamour magazine with the word menopause thrown in now and then.
The May issue is the worst of all. Why do you think smart, accomplished women over 40 would want to read something that’s formatted to look like a comic book and is full of praise for people like Lady Gaga?
I’m canceling my subscription and writing to each of your advertisers to tell them why. In the event that you ever replace the person that’s currently editing More with an adult woman who really listens to readers and has some respect for their intelligence I’ll consider subscribing again.
Do you hear me now?