A List of Things I wish Women’s Magazines Would Publish

No one cares what guys think of rompers. And enough already with the elusive tangled fishtail braid

You dont need to get your clothes tailored. No there is a requirement to get their clothes tailored.

No one really gives a damn if you have a signature cocktail at your party. Literally no one. Buy seven more bottles of wine-colored and don't are concerned about it.

Its absolutely fine to buy most of your wardrobe from Perpetually 21 and when people ask about it, just say you bought it at Zara.

An article about elastic waists. My form doesn't want to wear denim. I know boot cut jeans are in this autumn, but I want to be swaddled like a bit burrito into some leggings.

Forget about burpies. I know, I know, we need more undertaking not little. Get out on the dance floor.Move backward and forward in front of your exs room. Squat over public toilet. Those all count..

A story about a celebrity that doesn't have a dazing millionaire maid telling us how to cherish ourselves.I know Cameron Diaz wants me to embrace my organization she wrote a record about that for heavens sake!but she also married a subject from Good Charlotte who now has a skull tattoo. I don't certainly feel like shes the authorities concerned on self-love.

Everyone has to shave their toe hairs. You are lying if you do not have to.

Speaking of, I please women's publications would do a neat tutorial of how to shave. I feel like I never really got the hang of it.

Everyone has to shave their toe hairs. You are lying if you do not have to.

Movies to watch without your boyfriend

No more simple hairstyle notions. Look, "were all" trying to figure out how to not look like our mane is just a stack of garbage that got caught in a salad spinner. But vague four-step tendencies that apparently lead to a messy fishtail braiding are not the answer. Everyone's hair is just too different anyway.

No more simple hairstyle notions. Look, "were all" trying to figure out how to not look like our mane is just a stack of garbage that got caught in a salad spinner. But vague four-step tendencies that apparently lead to a messy fishtail braiding are not the answer. Everyone's hair is just too different anyway.

No more simple hairstyle notions. Look, "were all" trying to figure out how to not look like our mane is just a stack of garbage that got caught in a salad spinner. But vague four-step tendencies that apparently lead to a messy fishtail braiding are not the answer. Everyone's hair is just too different anyway.

I wish women's magazines would get a new set of body types. Its usually boyish, apple, pear or curvy none of which fit me. And why fruit? Lets get some real body types out there, like I Want to Hide My Arms or Help Me Disguise My Flat Ass or I do ntt Want to Suck In All Day, What Should I Wear?

I wish women's magazines would get a new set of body types. Its usually boyish, apple, pear or curvy none of which fit me. And why fruit? Lets get some real body types out there, like I Want to Hide My Arms or Help Me Disguise My Flat Ass or I do ntt Want to Suck In All Day, What Should I Wear?

Ways to blow your own mind in bed.

Speaking of bodies, I am frankly tired of women's magazines asking super hot people about their favorite feature. If you are not going to answer my brain you at least ought to subvert things a little with my cellulite or my stretch marks. Come on! Men's magazines are not asking men about their favorite body part (though to be fair, it would always be his dick).

Recently, Oprah's magazine suggested that crop tops are only for those people with a flat stomach. Which is complete bullshit on a lot of levels, but I would just love to see a magazine go balls-out and publish photos of women wearing whatever the hell they want.

Articles that do not consult men on what is sexy. At all

One issue one single issue of a magazine that doesn't include the advice that indulging in a little dark chocolate is OK. Id adore an article that just said: Go for it girl, eat the whole pan of lasagna. We aren't even concerned if you earned it or not! You do not earn calories. Your are a grown adult! Live your truth and buy two pretzels from the mall.

Don't text him. Just that. Just that line. We all need it sometimes.

Who seriously cares what boys think about rompers? Wear one on your first date. Wear one on every date until you die. Make your wedding dress a romper. Get him to wear rompers! Who cares what boys think about clothes!

An article about how to let boys down. It seems like this doesn't come up in magazines, as if no woman would ever want to let go of a potential dating partner. But, um, we do sometimes.

Just some good, well-written stories about womanhood. Not excerpts from romance novels, but the real stuff the hard, real life, miscarriage while my best friend is having twins kind of stuff. The I was a cleaning lady for 12 years stories.

For that matter, book suggestions that aren't beach reads. Also, stop calling everything that has to do with women a beach read. A recipe where I have actually heard of every ingredient.

A whole article telling us us what women find sexy. Not how to attract anyone, just how to divine pleasure from sex that isn't just put a pillow under your butt while he has sex with you in missionary for the fourth time this week. By the way no more sex moves articles. Seriously, there's just four of them anyway. There is missionary when you are boring. Girl on top when you are trying to enjoy sex. Doggy-style when you dont want toface your mistakes. And variations of the above for when youre trying to be A Fun Person.

A day of meal plans, but its just popcorn the whole day. With different flavors. A letter from the editor that includes nothing about meeting a celebrity and a busy schedule that is mostly just going to functions and getting hair and makeup done while emailing.

A letter from the editor that seems heartfelt or necessary. Even a funny letter from the editor would work.Also, we don't care about your signature. We know you did  not sign every single magazine.

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