I particularly related to the section about her difficulty being a Republican in Hollywood. My wife and I are Scott Brown Republicans here in Massachusetts, which has been controlled by the Democrat party for years. I admire Ms. Harmon's courage in the face of incredible odds. I feel the same pressure--and abuse--here, to bow to liberal ideology. We did not vote for Obama and are constantly reminded that we are racists/homophobic/biggots for liking Mitt Romney. To quote Ms. Harmon: "It's bizarre to me that the so-called tolerant party can be so intolerant."
Thanks again for allowing Ms. Harmon to speak. I know there are many more women out there who have something important to say and are being shut out of the conversation for political reasons. Scary, huh?
--Peter B. Robb
Thank you for your recent and thoughtful piece on Sharon Wilson. She and I have known one another for a long while and worked together on fracking issues around the world. Your article helps portray her as the committed and selfless advocate she is, and I deeply appreciate your efforts to illuminate for you readers the challenging and controversial issues surrounding the oil and gas issues currently and increasingly facing our nation’s communities.
I’ve been reading More since the first issue and have subscribed for almost as long. Needless to say, I love the magazine! In the latest issue I was delighted to see parts of two article directly address those of us who have been with you that long – the 60s crowd. I realize you can’t cover every age group but sure appreciated those items.
Wishing you another successful 15 years
Dionne Ford’s article moved me to tears.
Great job on the Lauren Hutton spread! She is my peer (over 60), adventurous but classic, and I love every item she is wearing. Perfection!
Thanks for giving attention to the over 60 woman! I'm sure there are many of us who still have style and want to continue living every day we have left to the max!
I also appreciate the tone of the facebook page, which is positive, inspiring, encouraging, and enjoyable.
I've enjoyed More magazine for over 20 years and three name changes and still enjoy every issue at age 75! You always speak to me.
Thank you for your wonderful magazine.
I love love love More! I look forward to reading the magazine cover to cover on my iPad each month. Just finished the September issue and am disappointed by your Blipp technology. I want to be able to just click on a picture or article to access, don't want another app that I have to launch to get the info. I think you've missed the mark.
Two cents! Will still read but won't use Blipp.
I have never taken the time to write to a magazine editor but I am very disappointed with the decision you have made to extend your demographic.
I do not want to read articles that are relevant to my thirty year old daughters. Instead I loved a magazine that focused on women later in life and their issues. I want to see fashion that is appropriate for a sixty five year old. I want to know if affordable health care will change medicare. I want to find out how to cure sleepliness brought on by menopause. My daughters have a million magazines focused on them. Your older readers only had one.
Don't neglect those people in their 60's -- I know it's not a selling point for your publication, but we are still here and also are buying products!
Lesley, with being new to MORE, I found your letter very contradictory on the cover "What to wear at 30,40 50" then in your letter "It celebrated all things 40 - plus and rules were pretty rigid. I ordered this magazine being in my 60's and would have preferred "What to wear at 40,50,60".