For the past quarter-century, young women have been turning to Glamour for the news they can use in every facet of their lives, be it relationship advice, health tips or real life stories. It’s this wide swath of coverage — delivered in an authoritative, well-researched way — that distinguishes Glamour from the bevy of other women’s titles on newsstands.
A recent freelance story published by the mag, titled “Why It’s Good to Be High Maintenance,” encouraged women in relationships to stand up for themselves and not worry about being called clingy or demanding. “It’s just a good message that Glamour likes to send, something that’s really positive and affirming towards women,” said deputy editor Mikki Halpin.
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