Most of what I remember about what I read in women’s magazines is mind-numbing and makes me feel inadequate based on my appearance. But men’s magazines do the same. Like Molly Fisher points out in her work about LadyBlogs, perhaps women’s mags, too, are known for their particular tone and short bursts of sass, advice, or content—meaning that they might publish shorter features than men’s mags. Certainly they’re each selling distinct personalities and lifestyles, emphasizing roles for each gender, placing significance on what specifically men versus women should care about. But all of this says more about difference in content than difference in quality. Is this the sexist bias at it again?