Insecurity is back in style and we’re building a Ragazine  right before your very eyes.

From our upcoming Rag, entitled “The Ignorance Issue”, we’re going to publish a new article every Tuesday from now through November.  
Unlike our competition, (Vogue, Cosmo, Elle, Lucky, CWPaulaD,) we’re not afraid to tell you where to shop, what to wear, who to talk to, who to sleep with, how to sleep with them, and when to pee.
Beginning every Tuesday, you’ll have the opportunity to submit your photos and comments for that week’s article.  From your images and unsure voices, our editors will assemble the World’s First Non-Virtual Lunchzine, Insecurity Ragazine, We Know What’s Wrong With You
And why the rest of these so called Fashion Magazines are trying to take away your ink stained pages and replacing them with little electronic pads that don’t do the job, we’re going the opposite direction.   From now on, when you’re on the Ragazine website, you’ll be choosing a product that will be assembled from patriotic American trees, made in the USA.
On December 10, 2013, we will officially release
“The Ignorance Issue” on good old fashioned glossy paper.  That’s right, we’re going vinyl on our competition’s ass, and you get to be a part of history in the making.
Every Tuesday, make a date on your calendars to go to the Virtual Lunchzine that isn’t afraid to tell it like it is and wants you to be a part of our national insecurities.  Over the next few months, we’ll be building out our website with more things for you to worry about.  Please don’t hesitate to tell us what you think we’re doing wrong, because we already know what’s wrong with you… and your friends, so make sure you let them know about us as well.  
In our first article, “ESTRUS FOR THE REST OF US”, Anabella Orexiya briefly examines the new pant couture line designed to bridge that gap between Jane Austen’s England with the challenges of today’s woman.
So head on over to the website and start uploading your insecurities.  It’s our commitment to you that we will always be there to judge them, one image at a time.