FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: 11/27/15
Atlanta, GA: Scandalouswomen, the web’s leading lifestyle site for women, will be launching new content aimed at bisexual women in their December issue. It’s part of the site’s long-term plan to include more aspects of female sexuality.
“Historically our site has catered to a mostly heterosexual female audience,” says CEO Stephanie Vega. “And while that will remain our main focus, we realize the social and sexual experiences of many women are more diverse.”
Ms. Vega states her magazine’s social experiment will likely expand to include African-American and Latina-focused content as well in the future.
Half Mexican herself, Vega understands all to well how women from different cultures and sexual orientations must often view their sexuality through a limited lens.
“Our audience is mostly unified in their view of feminism and sexuality but even I sometimes read our articles and think the hispanic girls I went to school with might not view any given subject quite the same way.”
In the last year, the online magazine has begun focusing more on Millennials, women born from the early 1980s to the early 2000s.
“Young women today are more tolerant and inclusive than at any time in history,” Vega explains. “Fostering understanding across sexual orientations and ethnicities can only make us stronger.”
Scandalouswomen was created 15 years ago as an alternative to female-centric publication like Cosmopolitan. Based loosely on Playgirl Magazine’s early stilleto feminist business model, it strives to entertain today’s women with articles on relationships, sex and feminism.
About Scandalouswomen: Established in 2001, www.scandalouswomen.com is a sex-positive experience for independent and empowered women.