Lunch Lady is a magazine where parenting is not taken too seriously but a balanced approach to family life is. Colourful, thoughtful and full-of-cheek, it reminds parents to keep things in perspective and have fun. It’s a beautifully printed kitchen keepsake full of recipes, inspiring family stories, photography, art + kids cooking ideas and funny relatable opinion pieces about the ups and downs of raising children.
COVER STORY—American Photojournalist LYNSEY ADDARIO in conversation with YES & NO editor CASSIUS MATTHIAS. Pulitzer Prize Winning Addario is one of the most renowned war photographers working today. In this truly awe-inspiring conversation we learn about her experiences covering the most violent and bloody war zones, and her ground-breaking reportages on the world’s most pressing humanitarian crises.
In this issue, we’ve talked and listened to runners and activists about how our sport is accommodating non-binary athletes, plus one transwoman tells us how running turned her life around. Our editor Simon was granted an audience with Lance Armstrong, in which the former pro cyclist discussed running, but also didn’t shy away from talking about the controversy that dogged the latter part of his biking career. This is a genuinely fascinating interview, and we’re thrilled Armstrong agreed to talk to us.
New to LOVE: for issue 21. Among the photographers in this new wave of contributors are Sharna Osborne, who works her analogue video magic to create an epic studio story featuring (among others) Model of the Year Kaia Gerber; Julie Greve, who shoots Sara Grace Wallerstedt in an examination of the adolescent emotional landscape; and Alana O’Herlihy, collaborating with her best friend from school Bella Hadid in a very personal transformative project.
Perhaps now more than ever, the so-called male experience is being interrogated, rethought and reborn. What does it mean to identify as a man? More pressing still, how exactly should we understand masculinity—as a set of characteristics andbehaviours—and who can claim ownership of it?
Unearth Women will centre around the provocative concept of consent. The magazine will explore the idea of women giving themselves permission to embrace who they are, challenge the industry, shake up society, and define consent on their terms.