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TOP 5 FEMALE-LED MAGAZINES YOU NEED TO KNOW

Even though it has been rumoured that print magazines are dying for over a decade now, there is still something magical about buying one that exists in a physical form. Here we take a look at some of the best independent female-led magazines…

GALDEM

GALDEM is a breath of fresh air when it comes to media. With a commitment to telling the stories of women and non-binary people of colour, the magazine explores the voices from those who, more often than not, are under represented in mainstream media.

Find out more here.

THE CROSSING BOARD

If you’re a big fan of Animal Crossing (why wouldn’t you be?!), then this will totally be up your street. Made by fans of the game as a side hobby, each issue is packed full of fun stuff related to the game, such as baking, interviews and cute pictures.

Find out more here.

SEASON ZINE

Don’t be fooled by its tag line of ‘fashion and football’. With in-depth culture articles and its push for greater inclusivity when it comes to football, this fan-led zine is a driving force behind some great collabs.

Find out more here.

OH COMELY

A mindfulness women’s magazine that looks at the world with a different perspective. It features a plethora of things such as recipes, film, culture, fashion and art, all whilst making you think and feel happy, not sad.

Find out more here.

RIPOSTE

Offering smart and award-winning writing covering topics such as music, art, innovation, food and politics – just to name a few! This is for those who want to read interviews with successful women who aren’t afraid to discuss failings too.

Find out more here.

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