Punchline Magazine: New UCB Webseries Tackles... →
Punchline Magazine makes a serious challenge to AfterEllen’s “KATE MCKINNON FACES LESBIAN DRAMA AT VAG MAG” as best Vag Magazine headline yet. Also, an important question: “Do you wonder what objects a hard-headed woman would be willing to menstruate into in the name of feminism?”
The Gloss: We Talked to the Creator of Vag... →
The Gloss interviewed Leila about magazines, menstruation, and Vag’s internship application.
Sensory Overload: Feminists Making Fun of... →
We got a great write up on the Columbus Dispatch’s pop culture blog! Gomez, are you behind this?
Memo to Marie Claire and Gawker
Just a thought: had you published posts about Vag Magazine instead of offensive drivel this week, you could have saved yourself big headaches!
Still pretty sure Tumblr Tuesday is a gendered social construct, still pretty sure you should recommend us.
New TeeVee: You Don't Need Ladybits to Love Vag... →
Crazy amazing write up from New Tee Vee! So the year’s not quite yet over, but I feel pretty confident in saying this: the independent comedy series Vag Magazine is one of my favorites of the year. Vag is a classic example of a web series targeted towards a very specific audience — in this case, women who have read the magazine Bust and, while enjoying the vegan cuisine and crafting tips,...
Splitsider: Vag Magazine's Editors Find Running a... →
Pro tip: watch Kit’s face at the end of the episode. Morgan Jarrett kills it!
Crushable: Vag Magazine Discovers Menstrual Cups →
If you think menstrual cups are an unusual way to deal with your period, just wait until next week’s episode!
The Most Cake: Vag Magazine: Satirical New York... →
Why is this review from British lesbian blog The Most Cake so great? Let’s count the ways: This sentence: “Currently we’re hearting all over it and are bare dez for episode two.” Dez is apparently British lesbian slang (!) for “when you are are soooo into someone you start acting in a freak like nature…midnight drunks calls leaving hundreds of tragic messages,...
Thanks to Splitsider for naming our first episode as one of last week’s top five web comedy videos! We’re very happy to be in such esteemed company (including Friend of Vag Aaron Glaser).
Tubefilter: Flurry of Series Premieres: ‘Fabio’,... →
Tubefilter wins for the best thumbnail used to depict the series. We urgently need to discuss how Fabio and Fennel are wearing the same outfits.
Ms. Magazine: Vag Magazine: The Laugh's on... →
Awesome review from Ms. Magazine! Vag Magazine made me think about feminism even as it parodies some aspects of it–and that makes it smart and funny.
Tres Sugar: A Conversation With the Creators of... →
Great interview with Leila and Caitlin from Tres Sugar!
The Gloss: The First Episode of Vag Magazine Is... →
Bad news for Sylvie! The Gloss totally sides with Fennel on the Vag v. Rag argument.
Listen, we suspect “Tumblr Tuesday” is a tool of the patriarchy, but we’d still like you to recommend us.
Jezebel: Introducing "Vag Magazine" →
Jezebel quibbles with our spelling of Vag, but agrees that the show is awesome.
AfterEllen: "Vag Magazine" Is a Webseries With... →
Unspeakably awesome write-up from AfterEllen’s Grace Chu! Vag Magazine is, at its heart, a workplace comedy. If you’ve ever held a job in your life you’ll recognize the over-eager intern/sycophant, the boss whose vision is often far less than 20/20 but no one calls her out (except one, who is routinely dismissed), and co-workers who don’t seem to bring anything to the...