I have a very big problem with GQ Magazine.
I’m going to give it three stars.
GQ is an outlet that, for the most part, sells products and is a very mainstream publication.
It is not the sort of outlet where you can go into a women’s magazine and find an opinion piece about how women have it harder than men.
It’s not the kind of outlet that can make you feel like you’re an outsider.
So I don’t feel like I’m an outsider when I go to GQ, because they’re the only outlet that has this sort of agenda.
It doesn’t matter that they’re selling a product that people have, but they have a way of telling the story of women’s lives that is very often the product of women.
They’ve given women a way to be seen as equals in their careers, but at the same time they are a product of a culture that thinks it’s OK to oppress women.
And it’s a culture which doesn’t give women the space to be heard.
It tells us that we’re not really equal.
I was surprised that they weren’t going to talk about it more, and I was really surprised that we didn’t see it.
It took me a while to realise that I had to look at this.
Because in many ways, they’ve sold me a lie.
They sell me a product.
They’re the most mainstream outlet I have ever come across.
The first thing that comes to my mind is that they are the most male-centric outlet that I’ve ever come into contact with.
I’ve never seen an outlet with more male representation in its editorial department than GQ.
They always try to portray women as sexual objects, or as being objects for sexual gratification, and then they talk about how much they value our bodies and our bodies are beautiful.
They talk about women as a commodity.
I think it’s really hard to argue with that.
It also speaks to the fact that they don’t really understand how women’s stories are told, or why we’re writing about them in the first place.
They don’t understand how to give women stories and characters that aren’t just sex object or object of the male gaze.
So that’s one thing I was shocked to learn about.
The other thing I found really shocking is that the writers at GQ don’t seem to understand what it means to be a feminist.
They just seem to be thinking that it’s not that hard to be female.
And I think that’s really, really scary for a lot of women who work in media.
I mean, we’re already being objectified, but that doesn’t stop people from objectifying us in the workplace.
That doesn’t mean we have to stop talking about women.
I hope that when they read my story, they’ll see that it is not that easy.
Gwen Lee was a writer and editor at Gq.
She was nominated for an Emmy for her work on the series ‘Leverage’.
Follow Gwen on Twitter: @GwenLeeGQ