Posts Tagged: Letters to the Editors of Womens’ Magazines

Letters to the Editors of Women's Magazines

I thought this story ["The Mistake That Nearly Cost Me Everything," by Piper Kerman] was very interesting, and I can't wait to read her book. It's amazing to think that something we may have done 10 years in the past could affect our future.

Kellymusil, (Marie Claire, June 2010)


Letters to the Editors of Women's Magazines, with Edith Zimmerman

Short and Sweet I really enjoyed reading Johanna Cox's article "Get Shorty" [August 2009]. I think I must have married one of the only straight men who actually prefers short hair. Ms. Cox and others have to ask themselves why they would desire a man who is that superficial. The great thing about hair: It grows back. Kristina, Easton, MD (Glamour, November 2009)

I don't mean to brag, but my husband doesn't care what I look like. He's like, "Nope, doesn't matter." I'll be like, "How do I look, Dave?" and he'll be like, "I don't know-not looking, can't hear you." Seriously, he'll be like, "Do whatever, leave me [...]


Letters to the Editors of Women's Magazines

Wish You'd Reconsider I am appalled at the comment you made concerning Michelle Obama in "The Style 100." Saying she deserved a Congressional Medal for "banishing the nattily tailored First Lady suit" was distasteful. Apparently you don't know what the medal is since you made such a lighthearted comment. Judy C., Santa Clarita, CA (InStyle, March 2010)

You deserve a Congressional Medal-thrown at your head. But I know that there's a lot of you guys working there, so imagine like you're all standing in a line and the medal just goes through each of you guys's heads one by one. Blam, blam, blam! It also has a little gun [...]


Letters to the Editors of Women's Magazines, with Edith Zimmerman

Winning Hands I haven't worn playful nail polish since I was an adolescent, but the painted nails in "Power Points" [September] were so stylish, they made me reconsider my go-to French manicure. Your article showed me that my nails are another accessory I can have fun with. Stephanie B., Overland Park, Kan. (InStyle, November 2009)

Why do we have ten fingers? That seems like a lot-personally I think I'd rather just have one. I'd want it to be made out of all the other fingers, though, so what I'd do is cut them all off and sew them together end to end, and then reattach the whole thing back [...]