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    Member Roli F's Avatar
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    How many here read Chick Lit?

    hi all just a quick question how many of our members read female magazines, Bodice rippers or female novels
    I seem to read about 50 percent male books 50 percent Chick Lit
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    I have my own subscription to Elle, although I can't afford to buy anything in it!
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    I am a little weird in this case, I don't read girl thing, I am a sports lover, actually I act exactly as a normal guy. Except I dress as a girl

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    I find my self digging through womens issues on line, yoga stuff, and that kinda thing. But keeping up with movie stars and trends not so much.

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    When I'm flying solo I'll often stop by the newsstands and buy some fashion mags. Then stuff them in my backpack and not read them until I get wherever I'm going... It's completely irrational... no one's going to care...

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    I read mostly male magazines but do go online and check out female heels and a few clothes. My wife keeps me informed on all the girly books such as Outlander she's reading now or maybe it's Highlander. A Scottish thing any way. Will have to ask Paige what it is all about.

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    Hi Roli, I like to look through my wife's magazines and pickout good articles.
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    I read Cosmo and Elle although it's kind of perusing more than anything and every once in a while you find something that's not an advert, but I like all the fashions so it's good.

    Vanity Fair is an absolute must though. It's a magazine that where I am, is perceived to be for Women and is always in the Women's magazine section in any shop I go into, but it's really a magazine for anyone. It's the one magazine that I read from cover to cover. There is not a duff article in it. The quality of the journalism is superb.

    I haven't read any real chick lit unless 'Pride and Prejudice' counts.

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    I've always been a fan of Jane Eyre and Little Women.

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    Cosmo!!!!!!!!!!!

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    I'm not much for that kind of writing, but I do frequent pintrest very much as any female.

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    A good reason to subscribe to next issue... A cornucopia of magizines with large percentage of women's and tabloid. You'll never be lacking a warm hole to curl up and drift into.
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