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1. Seventeen
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Publisher: Hearst Magazines
Sales Rank: 44
Average Customer Review: 3.95 out of 5 stars
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The perky authority on all things girl since 1944, Seventeen magazine still provides advice and encouragement to masses of young misses. Although the primary focus is fashion and famous folk, this teen zine is not mere eye candy. Mixed among the cutting-edge styles (and multitudinous ads) you'll find short but plentiful articles. Topics range in import: fluff stuff like "What Will You Wear Back to School?" and "The Ultimate Ponytail Guide" is balanced by heavier fodder, such as "No One Believes I Was Raped" and pieces on having a gay sibling and the dangers of binge drinking. Skewed largely toward a Caucasian teen audience, the magazine's coverage of beauty and relationship conundrums does offer nods to young women of color. The tone is resolutely positive, and amid all the talk of must-have hairdos and hottie alerts, the message is girl power in its most nonthreatening guise. --Brangien Davis ... Read more

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4-0 out of 5 stars Good magazine...but not my favorite.
I just recently started to subscribe to SEVENTEEN (but I've been reading it for years), and I have to say that it's a good magazine. A little too much on the fashion and beauty, but still a good magazine. It's a whole heck of a lot better than the new outlook on the 'TEEN magazine, but not as good as 'TEEN PEOPLE, which is still my favorite teen magazine, even though they feature too much of N Sync and Britney Spears!

SEVENTEEN gives a lot of helpful advice on the latest fashion styles, beauty styles, dating types, guy info, sex&body talk, and celebrity info. It also has a lot of real-life articles, and articles about what's going on in the world right at the moment. There are hot guys featured everywhere in this there's another plus! And yes, there are a lot of ads, but doesn't EVERY magazine have more than a dozen ads featured in every issue? I also, however, could care less for all the prom stuff that they feature in the magazine during prom time, like in their latest March 2002 issue, which I just received today. One of the other downsides of this magazine is that they feature too many perfect-looking models for all the ads and everything. I wish they'd have more normal looking girls to pose in the mag!

There are not a lot of issues featuring N Sync with SEVENTEEN, and actually, not many celebrity articles (which I happen to like best in magazines). If you are looking for a good teen magazine, then I suggest either SEVENTEEN or 'TEEN PEOPLE. All in all, SEVENTEEN is great!

5-0 out of 5 stars Perfect for teenagers.
In my opinion, Seventeen is the best magazine for teen girls. I've been reading it on-and-off for four years now, but only recently began to read it again. It's not some childish, boy obsessed, teenybopper magazine. There are some great, monthly articles, like "When I Was 17," "Solve My Problem," "My Life," "Traumarama" and of course, horoscopes, entertainment, fashion, beauty and more. The true-life stories they feature are really interesting, also. They recently did an intriguing article about emotional abuse.

A couple years ago, I would've said that Cosmo Girl was the best magazine for teenagers. Unfortunately, it's gone downhill and has little substance left. If you want an interesting, fun and informative teen magazine, look no further than Seventeen. After all, it's been out for nearly sixty years. They're clearly doing something right!

5-0 out of 5 stars One of the best teen magazines
Seventeen has been around for 60 years, and tons of teenagers have grown up with it. Recently, Seventeen got a new look and feel, with more mature articles and interesting features for older teeens. Seventeen is good for those teens who feel like they've outgrown other teen magazines but want one that will guide them through college and beyond.

Seventeen features many stuff that teens like to read about- the latest celebrity news, CD and movie release dates, fashion and beauty tips, love and romance, real-life stories, fun stuff to do, and more. As an added bonus, Seventeen covers more worldwide issues then other teen magazines and gives them to you from a teen's point of view. Seventeen also gives you plenty of college and sex advice, which older readers will connect with.

What I love about Seventeen is not only the plentiful amounts of news and real-life stories, but also that it features many bargain items in the Fashion section that are awesome and affordable. Seventeen is a wonderful magazine for bargain shopppers- it features plenty of clothes, make-up, hair products, and jewelry for those with smaller budgets. Additionally, the health and fitness pull outs in each issue are wonderful! Seventeen has plenty of nutrition tips and simple workouts that'll have you seeing lots of results fast.

Seventeen is a wonderful magazine overall- highly recommended.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Perfectly Well Rounded Magazine
This magazine is a perfect magazine for anyone. It has true life and drama, make up, beauty, health, a monthly interview on the cover girl (or girls), and so much more. They have great monthly workouts that focus on certain parts of the body like buns, abs, and legs, and the good thing is...they actually work! They have so many things to offer that I am not surprised it's the most widely read women's magazine in the country!

5-0 out of 5 stars going!
A few years ago, Seventeen used to be nothing but one huge ad for pretty boys and makeup. Under Atoosa's leadership, it has become mature and interesting. I appreciate the articles on politics, government, and world affairs. The magazine has is a great education for young girls ... Read more

2. Teen People
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Publisher: The Time Inc. Magazine Company
Sales Rank: 39
Average Customer Review: 3.79 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars A pretty good teen magazine
"Teen People", targeted to ages 13 and up, features articles mainly focusing on celebrities, beauty, fashion, along with occasional real-life stories about real teens, and what's going on in the world around us. However, I did come across several annoying parts of the magazine, which include:

- Too many advertisements: Basically, there's an ad on every other page, and about 12 in the front of the magazine. I wouldn't mind if they didn't have so many ads in the magazine.

- Short Articles: Many articles are just 1-3 pages long, while many other teen magazines have much longer articles. Whenever I finish a Teen People article, I'm thinking "That's it? I want to read more!"

-Doesn't focus much on real-life issues: Like I said earlier, this magazine does have some stories about real teens and news of what's going on, but not too much. If you're looking for magazines that feature more real-life stories and issues, I suggest getting something else.

Anyway, I would say that TeenPeople is a pretty good magazine, especially if you're obsessed with reading about the latest trends and celebrities. Other good teen magazines include "CosmoGIRL!", "YM", "Seventeen", and "Teen".

4-0 out of 5 stars Teen People has gotten a lot better!
Before 2004, I used to think that Teen People was way too much celebrity-obsessed and had too many advertisements, but it seems like the editors and writers have been making a change for the better. Teen People is now a magazine that many teenagers, will enjoy and like to read. It covers many topics, from the latest celebrity news and pictures to real-life stories.

Teen People's articles have been getting longer and more complex, which I think is a nice thing especially for those who like to read a lot. They are no longer limited to 1 or 2 pages, now many of them are at least 3 or 4. Teen People features articles about celebrities, the latest fashion and beauty trends, real-life stories, guy advice, and more. It's a great magazine for those who love reading about celebrities and their latest doings, because like it's parent magazine People, Teen People covers these topics a lot but equally balances the other topics along with it. Additionally, Teen People has fun stuff like quizzes, games, embarrasing moments stories, and more.

I would recommend Teen People for any teen who is looking for a good, easy-to-read magazine with a little bit of a bigger emphasis on celebrities. It's a wonderful and age-appropriate magazine for anyone ages around 12 or 13 and up.

5-0 out of 5 stars This Mag, Rocks My World!
I'm 15 years old. And for several years now I have been reading this magazine! It's so good! I just recently got a subscription, and I love it! I think any Teenager who is in the "in crowd" would love this magazine!

1-0 out of 5 stars crap
I honestly do not know what the audience of Teen People is. I read it off and on again and, as of late, wonder who it could be aimed at. Teen People is the most liberal magazine out there. It is obsessed with sex (...), is shallow and annoying. It claims that its audience is teenagers. It may be, but it must be for the shallow, atheist teenager. It sure is not for someone who takes their religious beliefs seriously, and it sure is not for someone who is gay or transgender. I have seen Teen People's desperate attempts to get everyone to read it. Its attempts are what cause it to fall flat on its face. It claims to be aimed at older teens, and yet it features Hillary Duff on the cover. It has articles on born-Again Christians that sound as though they were written by an atheist. Its articles on gays sound forced. The magazine repeats the same things over and over again, like a broken record. This magazine is not for me. I am a middle-ground, straight conservative Christian. Leave this sex-crazed for shallow teens only magazine on the newstand. It is about time this magazine was put in its place. It used to be good. Its articles were not forced and the authors actually did their homework when they researched it. It used to have substance. What has become of Teen People? It has lost its appeal. Hopefully someday the appeal will come back. But for now, it sucks. Period.

1-0 out of 5 stars Went down the drain...
I subscribed for this magazine when I was in the 6th or 7th grade (in 2000). I loved it! It had reading, about 3 full pages (no adds!) on the cover article, and it was just really fun to read through. I could spend the whole month reading through it.

Now I'm in the 10th grade... and it's just lame. There's rarely a page that doesn't have an advertisement and it takes me just 5 minutes to flip through and discard. They have adapted new layouts... like during "Star Tracks" they point to things and say a joke or something. I find this extremely tacky.

I may have just grown out of it, but I've only been a teenager for 2 years, and this should be a teen magazine. It definately has changed: I looked through the first one I ever got and it didn't have nearly as many ads in it. This is clearly a change of the times for the worst. There is no substance in it anymore.

I recommend this magazine for pre-teens and 13 year-olds. If you want a teen magazine with substance, I really don't know what to tell you. They're all like this. Maybe get an adult magazine such as Teen People's parent, People. I personally grew out of Teen People and don't recommend it for teens who like to read and don't like to be bombarded by tasteless advertisements. ... Read more

3. Cosmo Girl
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Asin: B00005N7XS
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Sales Rank: 58
Average Customer Review: 4.15 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Better Than Most Magazines
People may think Cosmo Girl is inapporpriate. Cosmo Girl gets a bad reputation from Cosmoplolitan. It's a really good magazine. There is a great amount about fashion and has a list of all sorts of new clothes that people can actually afford unlike other magazines. They have a great deal about make up and what to buy. They list all sorts of new lip glosses and such. There's great interviews with celbrities and I ecspecially like in the back where they have celebrities saying all sorts of funny quotes. my favorite part of the magazine has got to be that ther's stories and stuff from real, everday people. I love to read everything in the "Speak Out" where girls are allowed to write about problems they face in their lives. I also like to read the real life stories which can be really sad at times. Cosmo Girl has tons of letters from people with all sorts of cool stories in the magazine. Cosmo Girl does have boys in the magazine, almos every teen magazine is gonna have stuff about how to kiss and boys and everything else. I just don't read that stuff and pay attention to the interviews, makeup, fashion, and real stories. Cosmo Girl stands out it's real life. It has to be my favorite because it talks about real girls. You Go Cosmo Girl!!

5-0 out of 5 stars An actual variety magazine
Cosmogirl! is the best magazine ever. I also have a love for Seventeen Magazine, but I like Cosmogirl! because it has somewhat vareity. There are articles about little problems girls have like how to fix a pimple or what outfit combination would work really well. Also, they have some very informitive articles. Also, a consistant page they have talks about horrific experiences girls have. Some of them are a little more than PG-13, and sometimes are a little scary. But I must say, I'm much more aware of really what I'm vulnerable too.
As a whole, I love this magazine, pick it up today :)

3-0 out of 5 stars Good clean fun
COSMOGIRL, little sister of COSMOPOLITAN, is a fluffy and light read that's fun for girls who don't feel like filling their head with useful info or absorbing themselves in literature. It's mainly targeted at the 13-19 audience, though I do know of older girls, say 21 and up, reading it. All that's in here, whether it be sexual or in reference to drugs, is nothing new and needn't be deemed taboo. If girls don't find out here, they may find out else where.

Griping parents, you might not like that. ;) So quit complaining about this print.

Anyway, besides the millions of advertisements, COSMOGIRL is semi-insightful when it comes to real life. Editor Atoosa Rubenstein has included controversial real-life stories that happened to real girls. Yet these types of horror stories, in a sense, serve as a guidance to today's youth. I also like that this magazine doesn't really preach absistenence, although some peeved readers have encouraged it via monthly mail. They've had articles on PROTECTION. Now that's useful!

The embarassing moments never really get old. Somehow, they keep on finding new, hilarious situations to publish. A more recent addition, MI VIDA LOCA, is even more enjoyable. Some of the stories are so outrageous that it makes you wonder if a reader merely conjured them up in her head...

Star interviews are also a genuine treat and almost always very well done. I've enjoyed interviews from Angelina Jolie, Reese Witherspoon, Britney Spears, Mandy Moore, Kirsten Dunst, and others. Even if I don't enjoy a star's work on screen/in studio, the interviews sometimes are so insightful that I see a whole new side of them.

Overall, COSMOGIRL is worthwhile, probably your best bet next to SEVENTEEN. I broke my magazine addiction a year or so ago and I don't read them as nearly as much - most of which are total garbage. COSMO ain't great lit, but it isn't trash like TWIST and TIGER BEAT, either.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best teen magazine I've ever read.
Man, this magazine just rocks. It's so much better than most other teen magazines out there. And if you have the impression that it's going to be at all like Cosmopolitan, it isn't. It has the normal things that all teen magazines have--beauty, fashion, and celebrity articles. They also have articles on boys like most teen magazines, however, most are actually helpful and informative. The thing that makes this magazine stand out from the others though, in my opinion, is all of the "real" articles they have every month. They always have an article on a real story or a current issue (such as a girl that was addicted to a drug or an article on gay marriage). Then, for this year, they're covering the election with monthly articles by one girl who's following the campaigns. They also have very useful articles for things such as how to buy your first car. Excellent magazine that anyone who likes the normal teen magazines should look into.

5-0 out of 5 stars A great magazine!
CosmoGIRL! is an excellent magazine for those teens who want a magazine focused on all aspects of their life, not just one thing like fashion or beauty. As another reviewer commented, this magazine may get a bad reputation because of its sister magazine Cosmopolitan, but it's actually an appropriate and un-trashy magazine for girls ages 12 through 18.

CosmoGIRL! covers real-life stories, fashion, beauty, celebrities, music, movies, and more all in one issue. And the best part is, there's plenty of it too, not just one or two pages. The magazine features many imformative and touching real-life stories, and interviews with all of your favorite stars. In addition, there's also the fun stuff like embarrasing moments stories and fun and risky stuff to try that month. And of course, my favorite column, "Cool Room," where real girls get awesome bedroom makeovers.

Overall, CosmoGIRL! is a great magazine. There's not that much talk about sex in it, either, so you can feel comfortable giving it to a twelve-year-old girl to read. I found it to be a wonderful magazine and I know that I will be adding it to my subscription list. ... Read more

4. J-14
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Publisher: Heinrich Bauer North America
Sales Rank: 126
Average Customer Review: 3.76 out of 5 stars
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3-0 out of 5 stars Okay magazine, but not my favorite
My sister has been subscribing to J-14 since it first came out, and I've always viewed it as the magazine to read if you want to know more about celebrities. Unlike most other teen magazines that talk about beauty, fashion, celebrities, world news, real-life issues, etc. all in one magazine, J-14's main focus is celebrities, which is great if you don't want to read all the other parts of a teen magazine. You'll mostly find talk about singers, although this magazine focuses on movies and TV too. Each issue includes at least 5 nice, glossy posters to hang up on your wall, many of the latest celebrity pictures, up-to-date news about what movies and CDs are coming out, articles about various celebrities, and more. My main concern with this magazine is that the editors and writers seem to have made up the information in this magazine to attract attention, so all of it may not be true. The part of the magazine that really bothers me is "Is it True?," which is a page of celebrity rumors and whether they're true or not. I don't know which ones to believe, so I usually skip this part. I really like the "Cool Comebacks," "How Embarrassing!," and "Truth or Dare" pages, which are actual events sent in by real teens with the most outrageous dares they've ever done, embarrassing moments, and greatest comebacks. One other good thing about this magazine is that it caters to all sorts of tastes. For example, you'll find articles about Britney Spears, Clay Aiken, Ashanti, and Kelly Osbourne all in one. An okay magazine overall, but those who aren't celeb-obsessed might find it to be boring.

4-0 out of 5 stars not the most perfect magazine out there...........
I have been subcribing to j-14 since i was 6 years old.
I thought it was the coolest things out there.From the Jan. 2001
issue on it was bad. I still read it expect they have crappy stuff in thier mag since it's 2004 and it's different from 2000
rigghhtt??? IT's o.k. if u like hilary duff or lindsay lohan
witch i do.. But if u want cool mags i reccomend:M MAG!
GOOD STUFF!!!!!!!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best Quality Celeb Magazine for Girls 9-16!!!
I am almost 11 years old, and I love celebrity gossip and J-14! This magazine costs only $3, which is very little considering how long it is, how much info is there, how many quizzes, the free posters in the middle, the many chances to win cool prizes, and the occaisional freebie (once I got window clings featuring Hilary Duff, Ashton kutcher, 50 Cent, Eminem, nd Justin Timberlake). This is very good quality for this kind of magazine. You will enjoy this mag if you like reading all the gossip about your favorite stars, embarassing moments, cool comebacks, truth or dare confessions, personality quizzes and more!!

4-0 out of 5 stars Kind of annoying
This magazine is really obsessed with celebrities. I mean, some is okay, but they think that celebrities are the center of our lives. Well, that's not true. It's an okay magazine but it really needs to focus more on real issues. The title is also a little off. It is actually aimed more at pre-teens. If you are a teen, you will probably want something more mature like CosmoGirl or Seventeen.

2-0 out of 5 stars Only One Focus
I used to get this magazine awhile ago, but I got tired of reading about celebrities. There isn't really any real life issues, or even many other topics. Unless you love to read about celebrities' lives, I don't recommend this magazine. ... Read more

5. Teen Vogue
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Asin: B0001A99IS
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Publisher: Conde Nast Publications Inc.
Sales Rank: 82
Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars
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1-0 out of 5 stars too many adds
I thought the articles were good...although there weren't that many of them. Almost the whole magazine was full of adds! All the articles and models were wearing clothes that nobody would wear in public or at least i've never seen anyone wear those clothes. I would NOT recommend this magazine to anyone.

5-0 out of 5 stars I love Teen Vogue
Teen Vogue is definetely the best teen magazine out there. The layout and articles are much more sophisticated than many other magazines. It also has the BEST fashion in the entire world within its pages. The articles are never boring and the price is very affordable, unlike many other magazines. If you like fashion,music and other interesting articles. I definetly recommend Teen Vogue. It is the only magazine I am willing to subscribe to ...and that statement is coming from a magazine addict. So go out and get the best magazine for teens out there.Thank you Teen Vogue

5-0 out of 5 stars It's gr8!!!
Teen Vogue is totally different to what you would think from the front. It isn't all about articles like "my dad raped me" n all this rubbish. Its got interviews from interesting musicians and people who have made a difference in the world.
I recommend you 2 buy it!!!!!
Luv me xXx

4-0 out of 5 stars Good price
teen vogue is a a pretty good deal for $1.99 and issue. they keep you up to date on the latest trends, but also bring in pop culture (movies, music, etc.) Although they can't possibly rival Vogue's coverage of the fashion world, they do show the trends that most teen girls would like. lots of cool ads. interesting layout. i always enjoy reading it. it gives me good ideas before i go thrifting.

3-0 out of 5 stars Its ok
Its ok, its fine if ur OBSESSED WITH THE LATEST trends but if ur not then its not for you.
The reason i did rate it 4 starts is because there Articles about real life ARE INTERESTING, I like there music/movies section, and they dont talk like the typical teen magazine (with ur, bf etc...) they make the magazine look very sophisicated with how they type out the articles and their pictures and also the magazine size is really COOL! ... Read more

6. Elle Girl

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Asin: B00006LIR8
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Publisher: Hachette Filipacchi Magazines
Sales Rank: 167
Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars
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This magazine is so cool!!! I never thought I would love a fashion magazine, but was I ever wrong. This is a great magazine for older teens, or those in their early twenties. None of the embarassing moments or quizzes about how to land a boyfriend are in this magazine. Instead, you get great articles, helpful beauty tips, real girls, and stuff from all over the world. ELLEgirl works really hard on it's "global girl" section featuring girls from all around the world doing something cool and different, and then fashion in that part of the world. The articles rock and are on real life stuff and not stupid model biographies. The music, book, and movie reviews are wonderful, much more comprehensive and intelligent than most other teen magazines. I love the fact that ELLEgirl is committed to using real girls as much as possible as opposed to skinny models that don't look at all like the normal girl on the street, and that ELLEgirl uses stuff in their fashion spreads that is actually reasonably priced for teens. Unlike most other fashion magazines, almost all of the stuff featured is $100 or less. This magazine is so cool! I love it, and you will too!

4-0 out of 5 stars "Dare to Be Different" says it all
Elle Girl isn't really a typical teen magazine. Sure, it has all those fashion and beauty tips along with other stuff teens love, but it's a bit different from magazines such as YM and Seventeen.

Elle Girl is wonderful for fashion-concious people who don't have much of a budget, since many of the clothes are pretty affordable. Also, the beauty tips are very helpful too. Elle Girl doesn't really have that much real-life stuff such as embarrasing moments, world issues stories, true stories about girls, etc. Rather, it is a mix of mainstream marketing with music, TV, books, clothes, make up, etc.

Overall, I think Elle Girl is a pretty good magazine for girls who don't want anything past fashion, beauty, and celebrities. If you want a teen magazine that covers more issues, I recommend checking out YM, CosmoGIRL!, or Seventeen.

5-0 out of 5 stars Different
I just want to say that this is my favorite magazine (along with Teen Vogue). I love the way that it features teens from all around the world including how they dress, their customs, and what highschool life is like there. I am also glad that this magazine is not packed full of the same stories over and over about dating, having sex, and mainstream clothes, which can get boring and annoying after awhile. I would recommend this for anyone who likes unique fashions, different styles of music, and global situations.

4-0 out of 5 stars Not the average mag
YAY! Finally a teen magazine that I like! I've never subscribed to any kind of teen mag before (and I'm 16) because I found them sort of juvenille and tacky. ElleGirl is for people who want to be unique and different. I do wish they'd have more clothes that were cheaper, but they do give us ideas about how to do things ourselves, which is very cool. I like this magazine, and I'm looking forward to getting the next issue.

5-0 out of 5 stars Style & Substance for Teen Girls!
Wow, I love this magazine! It's gotten better and better over the 2 years it's been out. It puts an original spin on the teen magazine scene. Most magazines focus on the regular things: horoscopes, preppy fashion, and embarrassing moments. ELLEgirl, however, is something new and fresh. It is divided into sections such as PRETTYgirl, TOTALgirl, STYLEgirl, FANgirl, BOYS, and (my personal favorite) GLOBALgirl. GLOBALgirl focuses on topics around the world. It puts interviews in with teenage girls in places like Iraq, Japan, and so many others! It also talks about global issues around the world, and how they affect not only us here in the cheery U.S.A., but how it affects the teen girls there! This magazine's fashion, beauty, and fan sections are great as well. It is also less-expensive than most teen mags, obviously ELLEgirl is a treat for all! ... Read more

7. M
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Publisher: Heinrich Bauer North America
Sales Rank: 346
Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful!!!
I love M!!! It has gossip, interviews, tips about your body, and funny stories that happen to teenagers like us! M is my second fav magazine (first is J-14) and I buy every issue!! Go ahead, read it.

5-0 out of 5 stars SUPER
i think it is the most splendiferous magazine ever!!!! all the celeb gossip OMG i think i might die it is the best mag iv ever read!!! but if u want some really educational reading i would recomed cosmo girl!! but def M is the most SUPER MAG EVER!!!!

5-0 out of 5 stars One of the best mags ever!
I haven't subscribed to M yet, but I want to. I've read 2 of my friends M mags cover-to-cover and they are GREAT! They have horoscopes, best and worst dressed, embarrassing moments, and many other articles. I recommend this magazine to all teens, because they are great to read and pretty inexpensive!!

5-0 out of 5 stars Mag Madness
Okaye it's a chick flick mag, but it's the best one ever! I love M!!! I subscribed and I have every issue. They have Fun Pages, M-libs, humiliating and gross stories, address's of stars, contests, M-comics, mini locker posters, 4 huge posters in every issue, best and worst dressed, and the juiciest gossip! If you really like M, try Bop and TigerBeat.

1-0 out of 5 stars They don't offer zero stars, it is!
I think the stars they use are babyish and they repeat photos and text...a lot. They have nice colors...but everything is "!!!!!!!" Not good. Not good at all. ... Read more

8. Teen Voices

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Asin: B00006KZ6N
Catlog: Magazine
Publisher: Women Express Inc
Sales Rank: 270
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars No fluffy, ditzy stuff here!
This is probably the first magazine of it's kind for teen girls. Most of these other teen magazines, such as Teen People (I like it, but sadly it's true), YM, Seventeen (check the cover; it becomes obvious that this isn't a magazine for younger teens), and Cosmogirl are too fashion/gossip/make-up/boy obsessed. Instead of focusing on all of that stuff, Teen Voices covers world issues and controversial topics. Some of the topics they have featured in past issues of the magazine have been the many different faces of the female, the way girls feel about their bodies, relationship with their family members, vegetarianism, and the flag controversy. One point the magazine makes is that it's a magazine for teens by teens. As proof of this, all the stories are written by teens. For lighter reading this magazine does have an interview with a celebrity. However, none of these celebrity interviews are fluffy; the selected celebrities are intelligent and can make some good points. For those people interested in this magazine, I recommend also checking out the website. My final recommendation on this magazine is that it's great for any teen girl who wants to know what's up in the world without having to sort through all the fluffy stuff to find it.

5-0 out of 5 stars If you're into make-up, boys, and fashion...
Look somewhere else! In fact, this magazine is meant to break the stereotype that girls are only into make-up, boys, fashion, etc. Instead of talking about all that, this magazine has stories and interviews about real life stuff. These stories are usually two to five pages. At the beginning of the magazine, after the table of contents, is the Dear Teen Voices section, where readers of the magazine share their opinions about the stories in the previous issue. What's cool about this is that the editors reply back to all comments, not just a few. After that is the Letter From the Editor. I usually skip these types of things in other magazines such as Girls Life (blah; she's too boy crazy) and Teen People (the editor thing is pointless), but I really liked the way this magazine does their Letter From the Editor. After that is the Girl Talk section. At the bottom of this page, it talks about how other Girl Talk sections in other magazines talk about make-up, boys, and fashion, but how this one is about stuff going on in the world. I applaud Teen Voices for such a positive Girl Talk section. After this section is the stories. In the current issue, Volume 12, Issue 2, the first story is called "Celebrities have Opinions Too!" This is a two page story about clebrities protesting, and whether they should have the same right to protest as non celebrities. This story leads into another story about one celebrity girl's protest. Then there's a one page article about Teen Voice's mentors. It's a little pointless, but it seems ike a positive article. The next story is a six page story called "What's Race Got to do with it?" This one is about one girl discussing race and the school prom, and then there are two teen's stories about this topic. After that is a cute little comic, whcih is about getting older. After that is a two page artcile called Dear D. This one is about coming out. The next story is about what to expect during a gynecologist visit. After that is a story about the realioty shgows that SHOULD be on TV. This article is funny, and all the shows they came up with seem so cool! Next is my favorite story! This is an interview with four female DJs and their experiences with the job. After that is a section for reviews about CDs and books. What's cool about this section is that all the reviews are written by teens. Then there's an interview with a singer named Joan Pimental. It's an interesting article, so I recommend reading it. Next is a one page story about a group called SHOUT! The next page is dedicated to stories about how teens and their moms get along. Also in this story are poems written by readers of Teen Voices. They're simply amazing. After that is a four page story on the Pledge of Allegience controversy. Then there's an article about vegetarian cooking and some points on why vegetarianism might be better than eating meat. The last article is another fave. This one compares two ads, one ad that features a naked girl (who is trying to sell CLOTHING for Abercrombie and Fitch. Oh the irony!)and one that shows an athletic girl modeling stuff for Nike. This is a great article about advertisment. On the very last page is a short article about some popsitive ads that the editors would like to see. While I don't agree with everything in the magazine, this magazine is positive in message and is a great alternative to the other teen magazines out there. ... Read more

9. Tu

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4-0 out of 5 stars Learn Spanish, Have Fun!
As a student of espaƱol, I have always found it helpful to learn through reading documents that I am interested in - instead of always conjugating verbs. This magazine offers everything that a regular teen-mag would: makeup, clothes, interviews, quizzes, but with a Latin flair! I reccommend this magazine to teens who want to be enthusiastic about learning a different language and culture! ... Read more

10. Breakaway

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Average Customer Review: 4.67 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Really Good.........
YES! FINALLY! After years of Christian magazines like Clubhouse and Sports Spectrum, I can finally get an exceptional Christian magazine, in my mailbox, addressed to me.

Although each issue is paper-thin (30 pgs. average), they somehow manage to get a whole lot of stuff in there. How? Only four pages of ads. (its a non-profit company) They also manage, every month, to get articles about high-profile Christian athletes, high-profile Christian bands, a few other things, and a slew of intelligent and well-thought-out departments (fixtures) into thirty pages. At your house. For less than two bucks. Every month. How neat.

These departments are:
-"Hey Mike!" its basically Dear Abby gone good.
-"Rebel Tonic Toads" A usually fictitional, kind of offbeat page.
-"Cross Training" Excercises
-"Truth Encounter" Micheal Ross (aka Hey, Mike) tackles things like the evolution theory and how the media controls your mind. Usually the article that you have think about. A lot.
-"High Voltage" Basically, people writing in, asking, "Is this CD OK?""Is this movie OK?""What do you think about...." To my suprise, it wasn't a relentless bashing of questionable bands (Evanescense), or bands that have explicit lyrics (Stand). Bob Smithouser basically lays down the pros and cons of the band, movie, whatever, and then says yes or no.
-Reader stuff: "Toon corner" Write, draw, create a cartoon with some Biblical meaning, and if they print it, you get fifty bucks. "Tune In" Write a CD review of a Christian CD, and if they print it, you get twenty-five bucks.

But, yes, there is a reason that I gave this only four stars. If you tried, you could rifle through this in about an hour. Perhaps they add on ten pages a month.....and then maybe more....but it probably won't happen and it doesn't really need to, but it would be cool. Also, its kinda hard to have a story about an athlete (which is a long story in itself) who has faith (which is usually a long story in itself) on two pages.

My last words: this is a great magazne for Christian teenage guys. However, the magazine could be thicker, and their scope of bands could be wider (hardly ever straying past the line of relient K, Rebecca St. James, delirious, etc., there's a lot more Chritian bands out there: check out, they're all Christian bands), along with the length of their stories; but this is a great investment, and still above average (which I consider three stars). I suggest that you subscribe in the very near future.

5-0 out of 5 stars THE BEST MAGAZINE EVER!
I'm a girl but my brother gets this magazine. I usually grab it before him and read it cover to cover. I can't believe how many things in it speak to me. It has helped me grow over the years. I know the editor Mike Ross personally from a mission trip I went on with this magazine. He is the best guy to know. He really cares about the teens that receive this magazine. He is great at illustrating his points with vivid stories that challenge teens faith. My favorite illustration was when he talked about how we smell and how as christians we must give off a different smell than other's becuase we are easily recognizable. You'll have to read the past issues or his books to learn more about this. All I can say is that this is the best magazine ever. It really helps its reader's grow in their faith.

5-0 out of 5 stars My boys love it.
We have four sons, ranging from 16 to 9. They devour this magazine. It's got relevant articles, cool cartoons, and a positive message. ... Read more

11. New York Times Upfront
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4-0 out of 5 stars Pretty Informational
I like the magazine. It gives you really good insight on everything happening in the world. The article topics range from real life experiences of teens, to the world news and historic stories. it's very pleasant to sit down and read.

4-0 out of 5 stars A GREAT MAGAZINE!!!
New York Times Upfront is a great magazine for teens. If you like keeping up with current events, then this is the magazine for you. It's easy to read and actually funny! I highly recommend this magazine!

5-0 out of 5 stars REALLY,REALLY GOOD
This magazine is really good at focusing articles on what teens would like to hear about. There is no celbrity gossip, and it puts you in the know everything from the axis of evil to Enron. It gives you the chance to hear about things it intelligently written articles. This is a must have for anyone want to read up on the world around them.

5-0 out of 5 stars Amazing!!
I can hardly believe it!! There is finally a serious magazine that talks about REAL issues facing the world today that is specifically targeted for my age group. I love it, there are no words that can describe how awesome I consider this. Thank you New York Times "Upfront" and thank you to my Contemporary Issues teacher for introducing this wonderful magazine to me!! It has really opened my eyes. ... Read more

12. American Cheerleader
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For teens who cheer. Each issue brings you scholarship info, fab fundraising ideas, stunt how-tos, and stories on celebs who cheered!
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5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome Magazine!
"American Cheerleader" is one of the only tools you'll need to succeed in cheerleading. Each issue is jam-packed with try-out tips and advice, cheers, stunts, tumbling, and advice on everything from perfect make-up to advice about uniforms. It also has a resource section with cheerleading uniform companies, camps, schools/clinics, and much, much more. This magazine is the best resource for all cheerleaders, coaches, and advisors. For the younger cheerleaders out there, check out American Cheerleader Junior, with great advice for young cheerleaders.

5-0 out of 5 stars Cheerleading Magazines
The American Cheerleader magazine is a must for cheerleaders, enthusiasts, novices and experts. A great resource for coaches and parents and tons of insight into a misunderstood world. Lots of great bonuses for subscribers online and opens a door to a ton of unheard-of deals and activities!

5-0 out of 5 stars GREEEEEEEEAAAAATTTTTT! ! !
This great magazine is really great, truly one of the great publications of our great time.
It holds (greatly) a great amount of great information, and best of all, doesn't grate at all.

5-0 out of 5 stars AWESOME
I am a cheerleader and this magazine is GREAT!!! It gives you great tips on improving your stunts. It also gives you ways to increase your flexibility and overall strength so that your stunts improve. It also gives you great fundraiser tips, tell you where to buy great cheerleading gear and even gives you a diet to start over the summer to increase your health so your in top shape for the season. You also get to read about other cheerleaders and your favorite teams!!! THSI MAGAZINE ROX!!!

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5-0 out of 5 stars American Cheerleader
This magazine is a great resource for cheerleaders, enthusiasts, coaches and parents. Offers insight to a world that is often misunderstood. Packed with great tips, articles, ideas, and tons of unheard-of deals and activities for squads and individuals alike.
Also has great online incentives for subscribers, with awesome members-only areas and interactive boards.
Definitely a must-have for anyone into cheerleading -- novice to expert! ... Read more

13. Teen Ink
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Average Customer Review: 4.92 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Teen Ink Magazine
Teen Ink's Magazines are great. I am a member on thier board and I couldn't be prouder to be on it. They give teens a place to express their opinion. It also features stories poems pictures ect that relate to a lot of us. Teen Ink doesn't sugar coat life like other magazines do. I can speak from experience when I say all of this. The magazine has been like my bible. This magazine is a place where teens can get help from other teens who have been through almost anything that another has. I wouldn't trade my teen ink magazine for a million dollars. It is such a great magazine for teens and it has helped me through a lot of rough times.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent for teens
As a teenager, I normally stay away from the typical magazines like "Teen", "Seventeen", or "Teen People", but this was one teen magazine that actually interested me. Instead of the typical news about celebrities, beauty, guys, and other shallow subjects, "Teen Ink" is actually useful. It is compiled of articles written by teens. The magazine reflects the minds of teens today as articles are written about current issues, the environment, and other topics. It includes college reviews, opinions, fiction, and more. Not only does this magazine feature great writing, but it also shows the views of teens.

5-0 out of 5 stars An amazing publication
I'm not one of those anti-teen magazine people. There's nothing wrong with liking fashion as well as books and the environment and other things. But as much as I like to read magazines like YM, Teen Ink is even better. It is the most well-edited magazine of teen writing I have ever seen--and I've seen a lot. It's filled with great writing of all kinds, as well as a college directory and a yearly college issue with tons of information.

5-0 out of 5 stars ``
I have looked high and low as a teen writer for a magazine that I could call a potential market. I have scoured the internet, and could find depressingly little other than the average teenybopper magazine such as CosmoGirl or Seventeen, until I found Teen Ink. Teen Ink is a great magazine, chock-full of stories and articles teenagers with fresh ideas and perspectives have written. It is a wonderful magazine that is enjoyable to be read and to consider sending in one's own work to.

I give Teen Ink two thumbs up!


5-0 out of 5 stars You Have To Read It!
I am a teenage writer and when I found out about Teen Ink from my English teacher, I fell in love with the magizine. Now, I am a member on thier advisory board. It's a great magizine for teens to express themselves through writing and art. The entire magizine is written by teens for teens. Also, it is a place where teens can state thier opinions on issues of everyday life. So if you are not reading the Teen Ink magizine, you are missing out on a lot. ... Read more

14. Twist
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Average Customer Review: 4.11 out of 5 stars
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4-0 out of 5 stars Good, but basically the same as J-14 and M
Twist is overall a good magazine for teen girls ages 12-17, particulary those who like to read about celebrities, fashion, and beauty the most. It gives you the most updated info on TV, music, and movies too, which is a nice thing. The main focus is celebrities, however. Twist features everything that girls like to read about- celebrity gossip and rumors, posters and pinups, fashion and beauty hints, embarrasing moment stories, and more. It's a little bit more mature then J-14, M, Popstar, etc., so there are some topics about sex, romance, etc.

Like I mentioned before, this magazine is basically the same as J-14 and M- they have mostly the same articles, features, and posters, but that's not a reason to miss out on this magazine. I would mostly recommend Twist for those who like these types of magazines but would like one that's a bit more mature and stylish.

3-0 out of 5 stars Spelling Error Mania!
There are SO many spelling mistakes in this book, I can't even name them all. On the issue featuring Mischa Barton (Marissa from the O.C.) the spelt her name "Misha" and her onscreen name "Marisa", view the February issue for yourself. Also, they spelt Frankie Muniz (Malcolm from Malcolm in the Middle)'s name Frankie Munyze. Other than the immense amount of errors in spelling, I like this magazine. I bought it for the free nail art, but as I read inside the mag, I realized, "Hmm .. this is good." and I bought another issue.

5-0 out of 5 stars Another magazine with my favorite star...then......BOMB....
I just once bought it because Jessica Simpson was on the cover of the February 2004 issue. I collect all magazines with her on the cover, I thought this one would be the same TONS of advertisements and stupid fashion and make-up advice! But, No! I fell in love with the magazine it has boy advice, questions about your body you'd perfer not to ask your mother, and great quizzes. I recommend this magazine for girls 13-16! It is defenitely my fav magazine! If you haven't already looked at it go out and buy it now! You'll love it!

4-0 out of 5 stars Twist Magazine
I think that J-14 and Pop Star Magazines are better. But I say this is a 4-star rating to me. It gives you cool info on the latest celebrities. They have some celebrities tell you it's okay if you have like getting your period or growing breasts at a young age, and said that they had stuff like that too when they were like in Junior High. I didn't really expect that but that was nice of them to share that with the public. They also have the hot boys section, which is kinda ewwww for my age though. They have the fasion section, some teen's hilarious and embarrising stories section, quizes and sooo much more that I can't remember. If you're 13 or younger, you might want to show your this to parents so they can approve this magazine, if you don't then just skip the yucky, icky, and in-appropriate pages. Sorry if this review sounded boring to you, just a kid ya know.

5-0 out of 5 stars .......
This is a great magazine,in fact,its the best magazine around. It has all the latest info. on celebrities,advice on many impotant issues such as health and beauty, tips on how to get pretty hair,nails, etc. and it has many interesting quizzes. ... Read more

15. Brio

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Average Customer Review: 4.67 out of 5 stars
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5-0 out of 5 stars Good Pick
Brio is a great magazine for Christian girls. The magazine has friendly staff that take questions in the mail or on the computer. There is good advice that is helpful to all girls: clothes, make-up, guys, school and much, much more. Beauty tips and music reviews are given also. The fashion articles give the best ways to be stylish and modest. At the end of every issue there is a Bible study to follow along with for that month; to help you learn Scripture and be a better Christian. The magazine is awesome!

5-0 out of 5 stars good Christian magazine
A good friend of mine let me borrow her Brio magazines a few years back, and I've been hooked ever since. It is one of the few magazines I've read that gives readers the feeling that they are part of the Brio family. The very first issue I ever picked up had a story on missions, and another on true love. It had a comic in the back and several advice colummns, including the imfamous "Dear Susie" column written by the editor of Brio. Instead of bringing readers down with excessive articles on beauty, makeup, and how to get a guy, Brio talks about God and Christianity...and not in the haphazard way that many secular teen magazines do. The magazine emphasizes a relationship with God, and the entire magazine is centered on that alone. (Amen!) Readers also get stories on Christian celebrities, advice on music and movie choices, and sometimes a column appears where guys express their opinions about Christian girls. So if you are a Christian girl who is sick of reading regular teen magazines, Brio is for you.

4-0 out of 5 stars A Fun Read
This magazine is really fun. They adress a lot of interesting topics and you learn a lot from it, especially if you are questioning faith. They keep an open mind and accept everyone's point of view. Unlike other magazines, you can read through it once and know everything that is inside.

5-0 out of 5 stars life changing!
The magazine Brio changed my life. It helped me get on track with my relationship with God no other magazine ever did. I would recommend it to any young teen who wants to read a good magazine, but also learn about Jesus. Brio and Beyond is a great mag. for older teens/college age.

4-0 out of 5 stars Amazing Grace
This magazine is the one if you're not sure about your faith. Every one story, every quiz, every comic is on your faith od God. It has cool stuff to order, like notebooks, CDs, and interesting novels. It has advices from A-Z. Critics on music, and more. I really enjoy this magazine, the only one without Ads! ... Read more

16. SG (Surfing Girl)
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1-0 out of 5 stars warning: it's no wahine!
I picked up a copy hoping to replace Wahine (oh how I miss it!), but I was disappointed. More like a teen magazine than a surf publication. The cover says "For girls who want a little action," and that pretty much sums it up. Very little action. It's full of ads, and it emphasizes shopping over surfing, with features like "Crazy For Shoes?" and "32 Styles Built for the Beach." If you want to sit on the beach and look pretty, it's your mag, but for a much better balance of substance and style--real surf tips, real surf gear--try Surf Life for Women (easy to find on the Web).

5-0 out of 5 stars !Surfing Magazine!
Wow! This magazine was so awesome. Even though I don't surf but live in Stinson Beach and watch surfing, I love to read about it. I think all girls should order it. It is very interesting and cool it read!


5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome mag!
This magazine is great! I was totally happy that i found a surfing magazine that was about girl surfers. i exspecially like it because i can get it in michigan even though im not by the ocean. usually they would only have it in state where people can surf. i thought it was awesome.

4-0 out of 5 stars Not only Surfing
This is a great magazine for girls (duh)! It's not only about surfing, there are also some skateboarding and snowboarding articles in there. The only problem is that some of the articles are too long and just go on forever about...really nothing in particular. but don't let that stop you!!! this is a great magazine i highly recommend it!!! ... Read more

17. Jeune Et Jolie

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18. Brio & Beyond

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4-0 out of 5 stars good to a point
Brio and Beyond is for the Christian girl who does not mind reading a magazine with a conservative slant. This magazine is not a fashion magazine but instead is a magazine that makes you think. Aimed at older high school students and college students, its pupose is to help the girls in this age group become closer to God. It does this through fiction stories, advice columns, actor/actress/singer/athlete interviews, and monthly "Read through the Bible in a year" guide. Dispite being paper thin (issues range from 38 to 48 pages in length) the magazine is highly informative. My only gripes with this magazine is that it promotes, and sometimes spends pages on, promoting items sold by Focus on the Family. Added to this is my problem with the conservative slant of the magazine. I'm not conservative and I'm not liberal, it just frustrates me that this magazine cannot have a more neutral slant to it, especially since God is not conservative. On the flipside, as I mentioned earlier, the articles are informative, and the advice given is well researched, even if, at times I have disagreed with it. The magazine covers a wide range of cover models and articles, from the Brio Girl to Kedra Holland Corn to Natalie Grant. A recommended read for older teenagers and college students; but beware the slant.

5-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful Reading
My daughter has been reading this magazine for two years now and we both just think it is the best teen magazine on the market today. I wish there were other publishers that put this much care into providing sound, up lifting and interesting material for teen girls.

5-0 out of 5 stars an incredible mag for teenage girls
i love this magazine, it covers totally relevent issues for girls my age(17), younger and older. including spiritual, emotional, physical, and stuff like "how to nail your first job". it also has articles on fashion and yes even boys! the only bad thing is it usually only takes me about a day to read it, then i have to wait a whole month for the next one!

5-0 out of 5 stars Seventeen Meets the Bible
Brio and Beyond is for the college student who wants something decent to read while at college. Unlike many magazines aimed at the high school/college crowd, Brio and Beyond does not devote an endless amount of space to scantily clad, to perfect looking models. Instead, the magazine is filled with articles on Christian celebrities such as Sara Groves, Phil Joel, Joy Williams, Out of Eden. Brio and Beyond also has fiction stories that teach Biblical ideas, and features makeup and entertainment advice and features a column entitled "Dear Susie" where Brio sisses, as readers are called, can write to the editor of Brio and Beyond and get honest answers. If you are a Christian girl between the ages of 18-22, this magazine is for you. The only thing that will disappoint you is the size of Brio and Beyond--it is 40 pages instead of the over 100 pages that many other teen magazines have.

5-0 out of 5 stars FAITHful magazine reader
Brio and Beyond is awesome!! i am so glad it is on amazon now so more people can try it out! it is really similar to Brio, but has a lot of stuff only geared toward older girls, like how to find out what kind of college roommate you will be, how to avoid bad relationships with guys, and it offers a ton of great advice! they recently added more fashion to the magazine, too, and i really like that. its cool because it gives you great alternatives to look modest and cool at the same time, which i think christian girls really need... who wants to look horsey and plain just for the sake of modesty? they give great alternatives. ... Read more

19. Faze
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20. Girl Talk

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