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Dog-Supporting-Advertisers Spotlight

Advertisers May 2016

Support those who support OutWords

May, 2016

     

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Dog-Supporting-Advertisers Spotlight

Advertisers Winter 2015

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October, 2015

                     

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Outwords Pride Ad 2015 Final Spotlight

Our Advertisers

Summer 2015 ads

May, 2015

             

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Advertising Policies

01 May, 2014

OutWords Inc. has developed the following set of advertising policies to answer the most frequent questions we receive from advertisers, and to set out in advance some of the rights and responsibilities of both OutWords Inc. and our advertisers. If you have any questions not covered below, please feel free to speak with an OutWords […]

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Editorial

A fond farewell

December, 2012

PASSING THE TORCH This is my last issue as editor of OutWords. As I start to write this I’m not really sure where it will go. For one thing, I’m not accustomed to writing about myself. Yet, it seems appropriate to let readers know there will be changes at the magazine. It’s only natural that a new editor will have fresh ideas that will be reflected in the content and look of the magazine.

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Dog-Supporting-Advertisers Spotlight

Advertisers March 2016

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March, 2016

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Dog-Supporting-Advertisers Spotlight

Our Advertisers for Fall 2015

We thank them for supporting OutWords

August, 2015

 

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219-5-OutWords-shifts-focus-to-digital-media Editorial

OutWords shifts focus to digital media

May, 2016

All good things must come to an end. And so it is with OutWords magazine. This is our final print issue. After 27 years as Manitoba’s only GLBT publication, we at OutWords will shift our focus to digital media. It’s with deep sadness that we’re drawing the curtain on this phase in the history of […]

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News

Pink money

April, 2014

PINK MONEY: GLBTQ* POWER IN ADVERTISING The traditional family unit has slowly dwindled over the years. The stereotypical ’50s advertisement featuring the picture-perfect family eating dinner at 5 p.m. with mom, dad and two children is no longer the norm. This begs the question, what does the normal family unit look like in today’s media? But more importantly, what does “normal” really mean?

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Editorial

Why OutWords will no longer run sex ads

February, 2012

With the start of a new year, OutWords has taken a huge step that we expect to be controversial in the queer community – we are no longer running ads for Cruiseline and Squirt. It was a decision that was a long time in the making and one that was debated with some emotion by staff and board members. We know that some people will cheer this move while others will condemn it. Either way, readers deserve an explanation...

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