In my opinion the woman should have been fired for her conduct and her incredibly rude and disrespectful behavior toward Mr. Romney, not commended.
Have we really gone so far down that any expectation of professional behavior is gone forever?
I expected better from your magazine which is why I subscribe to it but I may have to rethink that one when it comes time for renewal.
I’ve been a MORE subscriber for many years and am very disappointed to see that the two most recent issues are showing more skin than I’ve seen in the past. Perhaps, at 75, I’m finally becoming a fuddy-duddy! Julia Louis-Dreyfus’ photo on page 8 of the April issue seems unnecessarily revealing and Lauren Graham on page 86 of the May issue is ridiculous. Does your reader research show that is what “women of style and substance” want to see?
I appreciate the informative articles, book reviews, and skincare and fashion advice, though it is geared for younger women -- but am beginning to think I have “outgrown” the magazine. I know I’m not your primary target audience, but I do buy stuff.
Unbelievable. I subscribe to your magazine because of the inspiring stories you feature of mature women regardless of ethnicity, looks or other.
Imagine my dismay while enjoying "The Third Fierce List" (May 2013) and reading the paragraph entitled, "Magnetically Hilarious". The "boldly chunky Rebel..." Really? A talented, hysterical actress, and your writer feels the need to include 'chunky' as part of her description? Why is that a necessity? Would you include that on her male counterparts? There was only one paragraph- actually one lengthy sentence to be exact. So, in reviewing Rebel Wilson, your writer felt that in that one sentence featuring this person, that 'chunky' contributed to a reader's understanding of her in a meaningful way?
I am truly disgusted, what a notch your magazine was taken down with such petty name calling. I guess it's okay to discriminate against a person's size still- because it's not a protected class. I expected better from "More." Women of style and substance should be above such treatment to our fellow sisters and mankind and general.
I thoroughly enjoy MORE Magazine. However, I have been completely offended by the photographs of the celebrities in your recent cover stories. I started noticing it with Katie Couric. The photos just seemed overtly sexual. Then Julia Louis-Dreyfus' breasts were jumping off the pages. Now the lead photo for Lauren Graham's article might as well have a man standing directly behind her. Your readers don't want to see these photos; Playboy's readers do. MORE is supposed to be For Women of Style & Substance. There is no style or substance to these photos. Please let the photography reflect the classiness of the magazine itself.
I am a devout Catholic and the article on The Rebel Priests was so upsetting to me that I will not be renewing my More magazine subscription. It seems to me that over the last year or so More is changing by including articles that make some of us very uncomfortable. An article on changing an institution that has been around for over 2000 years and has over a billion followers...really??? I wish you would stick to fashion, health, makeup, book/movie critiques and non-controversial inspiring stories.