Disturbing Facts about Women's Chat MagsHere are some facts about women's chat magazines you may never have considered before...
- Women's chat magazines publish weekly stories of violent rape, sex and death, deliberately selected to portray men as evil monsters with females and children as their helpless victims.
- They are heavily promoted as a "casual read" for women and feature subjects such as domestic sexual violence, child abuse, murder, incest, rape, torture, paedophiles and even cannibalism.
- Children are exposed to these adult magazines on a daily basis in the stores and in their homes as part of their everyday lives.
- These adult-themed magazines are displayed on shelves near the children's comics.
- Headlines often contain words like "DADDY", "MUMMY" and "DEAD" that jump out at a child, even from a brief glimpse.
- Their front covers even resemble children's comic book, attracting children to look at them.
- These magazines make money from trivialising subjects like child abuse.
- They teach children to distrust their own fathers and brothers.
- Children can easily buy these low-cost magazines over the counter.
- Some children's groups, such as Child’s Eye Line UK, have spoken out about the negative impact these magazines have on the mental health of children.
- They promote themselves as "true life" but have been caught faking images.
- Some contributors who have had their stories published have complained that the magazine had "made things up".
- Women's chat mags have been described as being "magazines for misandry" yet remain unchallenged.
- They are the most popular weekly women's magazines sold in the UK, selling millions every week.
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