This is the last straw for me. The cover which promises an article on haircuts for women age 30 is outrageous. I have read every issue of More since its inception. I have complained in the past about the mag skewing younger and younger, but this takes the cake. I have daughters in their 30's ! Maybe it's because I'm in my 60's, but that 's what I thought the mag was for... Women in middle age. For a long time there has been way too much coverage of 40's age level,but this? Consider this long-time, original subscriber really offended and just no longer interested.
Thank you for giving me yet another reason to NOT renew my subscription to More.
First your offensive pages with Nancy Pelosi, which I saw many other members, disapproval of.
Now, the first lady, the woman who takes my tax dollars to Spain with a huge entourage and really nice clothes.
Then taking government planes a few hours ahead of her husband on vacations, costing us even more tax dollars! For no explained reasons. Unreal. And I don't care what background she comes from, it's well known that she has had very well-paid jobs which some call "no show" jobs! Oh, and do not tell me or children what they should eat - while eating and entertaining with some of the most extravagant and fattening foods around. Had to tear off the cover and inside pages... not that I find much else in your magazine of much interest to me anymore. A lot of repeat useless info.
I laughed out loud reading your "Letter from the Editor"! I, too, am practically ambidextrous. I write with my left, cut with my right. I can't throw a frisbee and bowling doesn't feel correct from either hand. I fenced and was definitely a lefty which was a great advantage! I blame the nuns, though, since I went to 12 years of Catholic School. They don't approve of anyone being left handed. Or, at least they didn't in the early 60's! Did you know that in Italian and French the word left is sinistro/sinistre meaning sinister or evil! The nuns would remove my pencil from my left hand and move it to my right. Consequently, I have the worlds worst handwriting. And, like you, a horrible sense of direction. I'm so paranoid about getting lost that I take my iPad with my GPS app AND I have GPS in my car. At the same time. My late husband used to tease me because when we would be in a shopping mall I would come out of the store and turn the direction from which we just came instead of continuing on.
Anyway, I just had to write and tell you that you are not alone and enjoyed your letter very much.