Stories have been told to us from a masculine perspective for so long that we need alternative storytelling ! With this ambition, Gaze, the magazine of female perspectives, was born in 2020.
Through intimate storytelling, immersive reporting and a ton of photography, it’s an inclusive platform for the female gaze both in text and image, that explores the social, intimate and cultural aspects of womanhood.
A forum, where twice a year, grande dames and debutantes, young and old, queer and straight, the expected and the uninvited, join their voices in a coffee table print edition both in french and english.
As far as possible of standardized reports, stories that are old news five minutes after being printed and throwaway magazines, each issue is made for you to cherish and keep.
A sensitive and inspiring perspective into intersectional feminism.
This issue will be out in June 2021, order it now to receive it at home ! In the second issue of Gaze : Witness a gentle meeting between the Canadian writer Nancy Huston and the author and sex worker Bebe Melkor- Kadior ; Follow the footsteps of Kathleen Hanna, who led the riot grrrl punk movement in the 1990s ; Meet older lesbian couples with the reporter Laurène Daycard, in an intimate and political journey ; Listen to the secrets of a mother-daughter duo, on subjects of transmission and transidentity ; Travel into the future with an anticipation story by Illana Weizman, at the heart of a parental revolution ; And also: the Kurdish journalist Zehra Dogan, the queer Argentinian icon Camila Sosa Vilada, the DJ Barbara Butch... And many surprises.
A dose of female gaze, in text and image, zero advertising. The magazine is entirely bilingual French-English. Through storytelling, reporting and a ton of photography, Gaze explores the intimate, cultural and political issues of womanhood.
In the first issue of Gaze : a portrait of American sex positive performer Annie Sprinkle, plus a personal essay on “what it feels to be a walking fantasy”, by French actress Isabelle Anjani, a love letter to herself by Rwandan novelist Shcolastique Mukasonga, a novel by French poetess Kiyémis, a portfolio from Afroamerican photographer Carrie Mae Weems… Just to name a few.
160 pages of female gaze, in text and image, zero advertising. The magazine is entirely bilingual French-English. Through storytelling, reporting and a ton of photography, Gaze explores the intimate, cultural and political issues of womanhood.