Faith-Based Women's Magazine WHOAwomen Tackles Sex & Faith in America with Release of First Sex Issue on April 5
WHOAwomen Magazine, produced by Founder Laine Lawson Craft, is a quarterly nationally circulated publication and women empire, is combining the issue of sex and faith in America in the new spring issue on stands April 5, 2014.
"Sex is an everyday issue, but for some reason people in the faith market don't talk about it. If they do, it is perceived as a negative thing, but God made sex and everything He created is good," shares Craft. "We wanted to tackle the topic head on, but in a positive way. In this issue of WHOAwomen, we look deeper into the role of sex in our everyday lives. Our contributors explore the questions that we're sometimes afraid to ask: What is healthy sex? When is sex appropriate? What do we do when sex goes wrong? We address how to increase the happiness in our sex life, the joys of sex and not shy away from it."
Inside Edition's Megan Alexander, graces the cover of WHOAwomen and offers a refreshing and candid take on sex and marriage in today's world, and shares why her marriage is a key to her success.
Additionally, WHOAwomen Magazine tackles various topics such as: Sex on the big screen, Faith in Hollywood, Single Christians and sex and Regaining sexual confidence after sexual abuse.
WHOAwomen has gained support from the evangelical community, including NY Times Bestselling Author Joyce Meyers, and Joel and Victor Osteen, pastors of Lakewood Church, the largest church in America.
WHOAwomen Magazine launched nationally in 2011 and has featured Dolly Parton, Kim Alexis, Roma Downey, Gretchen Carlson and more on the covers. Cover features for 2013 include Amy Grant, Pattie Mallette (mother of Justin Bieber), CeCe Winans and Victoria Osteen. The magazine features nationally known writers such as: Lisa Osteen, Lisa Bevere, Lynette Lewis, and many more. WHOAwomen is available at retail stores (such as Barnes and Noble and Hastings), additional retail outlets through Ingram Distributors, online, and via apps for iPhone and iPad and Smartphones. The WHOAwomen community expands with a blog, social media, and a monthly gathering called WHOA Local; which, will be a national opportunity created by satellite soon.