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We sent out over 200 copies of the new print edition of Sexis Magazine to you, our contributors. If you didn't get one, you can find a copy polybagged with Bust Magazine in stores like Barnes & Noble, Borders, B. Dalton, Books-A-Million and
We sent out over 200 copies of the new print edition of Sexis Magazine to you, our contributors. If you didn't get one, you can find a copy polybagged with Bust Magazine in stores like Barnes & Noble, Borders, B. Dalton, Books-A-Million and Whole Foods. You can even request a free copy from us using this form.
Now, we want to know what you think? Give us the good and the bad. What did you like? What would you like to see in future issues? How can we do it better?
All constructive criticism is welcome! So let us have it!
My first thought when I got the notice that contributors would be getting free copies was "Christ, I hope the postmaster doesn't see it" (I live in a small town)! So naturally, I was thrilled that it was in an opaque envelope Big smile
Honestly, I didn't have very high expectations and expected it to be trashy but not interesting. I am happy to say though, that I actually loved every article. My favorite was "Canoodling in Kolkata" which provided stimulating conversation for me and my (Indian) boyfriend who find the lines of cultural norms to be often blurred. I also enjoyed "Syncing your sexual clocks" and felt just a little more normal after reading that my partner and my desire schedule is part of the biological norm.
I was also happy to get two, so I shared one with a friend and put the other out in my waiting room (I'm a midwife).
In echoing others, I would have liked to see it be longer, although it' just as well that's it short with no advertisements! I'm a public television and radio junkie, so I'm all about SEXIS being ad-free ;-) In contrast to what others have said, I actually really liked the "teaser" length of the articles. It took just a few minutes to read an engaging article. Lengthy articles (even ones I'm really interested in) tend to lose my interest after page 2.
I can't wait for the next issue.