Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) February 14, 2014
Sleek.ly is proud to announce the launch of a new lifestyle e-magazine, which aims to inspire women to discover their sexy. The magazine is available on desktop computers, laptops, tablets, and smartphones. It encompasses categories that appeal to women including beauty and fashion, career and finance, shopping and lifestyle, fitness and health, entertainment, and relationships. Each category contains the latest news, entertaining articles, and eye catching graphics that aim to delight and inspire readers.
NiaNia (Nia Orms) edits the magazine, and is not just a writer, but also a comedic actress. She is able to take sensitive issues and make them more enjoyable and relatable to readers. She aims to diminish the idea that a certain body shape or age defines happiness. She is known for tackling issues on stereotypes and humanity across the country, and has performed in the show “Please Take a Number” nationwide and abroad.
“Unfortunately, society has put pressure on women to be different than they naturally are. Women are made to gain misconceptions about their weight, age, and position in life. Sleek.ly was created to remind women of how beautiful they are, and motivate women to find their sexy for their mate, to live a better, happier, more fulfilling life,” said NiaNia. Based out of Los Angeles, California and other parts of the world, NiaNia and the team behind the magazine are kept up to date on the latest global trends.
The e-magazine emphasizes that every woman has innate sex appeal, and deserves to know that she has it. Sleek.ly is on a mission to help women discover their sexy, and “get back in the game” as described by Alex Tran, Sleek.ly’s Creative Director. Tran adds, “Fun, informative, and inspiring – we try every day to make the topics relatable to the modern woman.”
Sleek.ly magazine addresses the number one ailment women face in society today: “Why am I not perfect?” Perfection is all in the mind, and with over 50% of women being found to have unhealthy eating habits and low self-esteem in the United States, Sleek.ly strongly believes that now is the time to serve up quality content that would raise the confidence of half the women in the US.
“I have so much to think about so sexy is the last thing on my mind. I’ll be checking into Sleek.ly daily to change that!” said Olivia Hays, a Sleek.ly subscriber.
Sleek.ly exists to serve inspiring content, and the team is motivated by their subscribers. They intend to take the world by storm with a simple but powerful message: “We want women to love themselves and be sexy for their mate, simply because we know they can.”