Skip to comments.Verily The Magazine [New magazine For real women is the antithesis of Cosmo]
Posted on 09/03/2012 10:47:41 AM PDT by SoFloFreeper
Welcome to the teaser issue of Verily Magazine! The teaser is free online, but if you would like to read future copies, youll need to subscribe. An annual print subscription gets you 6 bi-monthly issues for only $5 each, 50% off the cover price! Order today!
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I doubt this will meet everyone's definition of decent reading material, but it is supposedly a step away from the immoral crap people find in the pages of Cosmo, Vogue, and other so-called "enlightened" rags.
“Love and Living Green”
Just damn! It’s a wonder these folks can even procreate.
Try this by contrast.
(Read the caption to the photo at the link; it is a real magazine, but the title is somewhat, err, "misleading")
Even teen magazines such as Seventeen are full of unimaginable topics. Supposedly this magazine is aimed at 17 year old girls, right? Yet it’s full of subjects revolving around immoral behavior with their boyfriends. There is an underlying assumption that they are doing these things with boys, based on what they have in there. Not exactly suitable for young girls, in my opinion.
Seems wonderful! Love most of the content, the style and fashion. My only discomfort was the “I’m a victim” article by the muslim woman. Plus, there are no blacks whatsoever on the editorial staff, which is otherwise widely representative of major American groups.
Love and Living Green
They lost me at this point also......looked to see if there was anything for my wife worth considering......I’ll spare her.
Well she is a victim. She should quit whining and stop being a moslem...this is America.
there are no blacks whatsoever on the editorial staff, which is otherwise widely representative of major American groups.
Assuming you don't want entitlement/Communist content, you should be thankful, unless you are really obsessed with the trivia of skin color.
Conservative black women do exist, but they are not a "major American group".
My, how superior you sound.
If you live around DC, as I do, where blacks have been offered federal jobs since 1948, you get a chance to experience many blacks who are second- and third-generation well employed, educated, married, middle-class, church-going and actually capable of questioning how they will vote. They need to be pushed to the forefront in media, not the assclowns in entertainment, urban sloth or criminality.
Heh, heh, heh... good plan.
No, I live in the sticks, where all the nuts are in the trees.
Odds are your black friends still voted for Obama. So can you express a percentage, how many blacks are NOT RAT votes?
where blacks have been offered federal jobs since 1948
Oh sure, government employees, the ultimate welfare class, and the ultimate Obama/RAT vote.
I've been on vacation. Now I am back, and the very first thing I did today was rush to my computer so I could answer your racist comments. (/sarcasm.)
I'll be the first to admit that most blacks voted skin color in the last election. Can you really blame them? Most people don't have the time to research the issues. That's why our Framers gave us a representative government centered in our states, not in the Capital city. So they voted for someone like them, an historical opportunity. Blacks still comprise only around 13% of the population, not all of whom are registered voters; so it's the white liberals who put Obama over the top; and that is where your wrath should be directed.
Unfortunately, mass communications like radio, television, internet, and interstate road systems have distorted our federation into a Washington-centered political dictatorship. Most people, of every color, no longer get involved in their State governance, know the importance of their State representatives nor travel to their local county seats or State capitals to demand accountability. Most people believe what they see in the mass media, and vote emotionally, not rationally. If you would like to blame the perhaps 5 to 7 percent of all voters who are registered adult blacks, go right ahead.
However, as here in Maryland we have 30% black population, I would like to point out again how racist your remarks sound to someone who lives and works alongside hardworking, home-owning, church-going black people, many of whom do not work for the Fed.
The hard task ahead for the black middle and upper classes who wish to retain America as the Land of the Free is to separate themselves from identifying with the black lower classes simply because of skin color, to avoid racism in their own dealings with whites, and to integrate their social, church and family relationships. After centuries of nastiness from their white "upperclassmen" and the alluring excuses of race hustlers, this is hard psychological work; but must be done if they wish to be American instead of commie fodder. I'm fairly certain this will come about over the next 30 years.
The tone of your comments disrespects the many black conservatives who read this Forum; and does nothing to attract new ones. If you were paying attention, you would know who many of them are, and would not be so thoughtless in slinging stereotypical remarks.
So are you going to answer my question or not.
I think the black conservatives know damn well I’m not talking about them and how dare you call me racist.
If anything is racist, it’s voting for someone because of skin color.
I’ve answered your question most thoroughly. I’m done with you.
Yeah, I guess you did when you conceded that most "African-Americans" vote RAT. Probably the exceptions are some of the entrepreneurs, and recently naturalized Jamaican, Haitian and African immigrants.
Im done with you.
Well, that's only fair...since you started it. But seeing that you can't seem to apologize for calling me a racist, I can only conclude that you are a child molester.
By the way, I couldn't care less about skin color. But I am truly curious as to why "African-Americans" are required to be communists? Black conservatives are excoriated and demonized by the majority of that demographic.
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