In this issue: 1 draft card burning bumper stickers, 2 talk of riots over afros, 3 a homeless looking ex-Monkee Peter Tork, 4 a discussion on nudity on album covers, 5 St. Louis inspired fashions, and, of course, tons and tons of fabulous ads. These two advertisements the one above and the one below perfectly show the dividing line between the passing sixties, and the oncoming seventies.
The kids still buy it for the posters. The print piece has kept it alive. But limited resources and vision allowed the magazine to wither; today, most adults are surprised that it still existed in the first place.
Most teen magazines did. Here, we look back at all the teen magazines that have folded for one reason lame cover stars? It was so much more than that.
Skip navigation! Story from Fashion. Teen magazines always seemed so full of potential. They gifted you with all the free Titanic and Hanson posters your bedroom walls could handle, promised to help navigate your first kiss, and gave you the confidence to wear a frosty eyeshadow, even if the other kids on the bus made fun of you.
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Labour MEP Nessa Childers is calling for mandatory labelling of airbrushed photographs in magazines aimed at young people, saying that it can be harmful. She is seeking proposals to mandate magazines and other publications to print a warning on digitally enhanced photographs. As a former mental health professional, Childers said she has worked with many young Irish women who suffered from eating disorders and from depression due to lack of self-esteem and having poor self-image.
According to thousands of young girls, Seventeen magazine isn't helping the teens it targets. Instead, they say its airbrushing policies and subject matter are doing more harm than good. Julia Bluhm, who turned 14 last month, launched a petition on Change.
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Bright Lite Magazine. A wave of independent magazines that cater to today's younger set are on the rise, following in the footsteps of Tavi Gevinson's Rookie and countering traditional media that tends to misrepresent women and teenagers. While Teen Vogue and Nylon have had to shutter their print issues and adjust their business practices in recent years to adapt to youth culture's content consumption habits, these publications seem to be winning with today's teens by involving them closely or letting them run their own production processes. Read on to learn more.