In my admittedly hazy memory, the highlights of s-era Brio were a relationship advice column about not having pre-marital sex, a culture column about not listening to music about pre-marital sex, and interviews with young Christian celebrities who were not having pre-marital sex. I loved it. A neighborhood girl was a subscriber and I would read it at her house.
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Sarah McCammon. Haley DeRoche, 30, is a public librarian in Richmond, Va. As a homeschooled teenage girl, DeRoche says Brio was a "wholesome" magazine she could read without fear of offending her evangelical parents.
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Teenage girls who dislike the frank sexuality of Cosmopolitan and the left-leaning politics of Teen Vogue but still want a magazine to give them tips on fashion and hairstyles not to mention advice on abstinence are in luck. This month Focus on the Family has relaunched Brio, a glossy teen magazine shut down in DeMoss said.
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When Focus on the Family launched Brioa publication aimed at Christian teen girls init was destined for success. The magazine—which recently relaunched after a hiatus—published for nearly two decades, benefitting from the renaissance of the teen girl magazine. For many American girls, it filled a niche that those magazines simply could not, largely because they were banned from the kind of homes where Brio was welcomed.
Home Hope Mornings Christian Living. Download Audio. The magazine was launched recently by Janelle Knox, founder and director of the already existing MICI magazine for women. She said the magazine aimed to be an alternative to offerings like Dolly and Girlfriend and help them to remember their worth.