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Hi readers, it’s Emily and William here this week. This week we are talking about a question we’ve been asked. It is ‘If you could choose to be on the front cover of any magazine, which one would it be and why?’.


We like this question because it is quite difficult to answer and it’s got us thinking and talking about different magazines.


We are starting with William because for me, Emily, it is obvious. William would be brilliant on the front of Gardeners World! This is because he works in a garden centre and is a keen gardener. So much so, that we are going to ask him for advice when me and my fellow housemates decide what to plant in the garden. I, William, am happy with Gardeners World because I like the fact that everyone can see me, and I’d enjoy being centre of attention for a month!


As for Emily, this was harder. In the end I chose Vogue! I’m not exactly the average Vogue model but it would be good to give their readers a different look on beauty. I like the idea of having a non-model celebrity on their front cover, perhaps even wearing everyday clothes instead of really expensive ones. Maybe they could even do a fashion shoot inside of me wearing high street clothes to show you can still look good in a coat which costs £30 instead of £3000! It also made me wonder if Vogue have ever used models who have a disability, or any magazines for that matter?


If I was on the front cover, I’m sure I’d rush out to buy it and show people. Like William, I’d enjoy the attention and being looked at!


So readers, if you chose to be on a magazine, which one would it be and why?


The writers of the Our View column are supported in their editing by The Friendship Club – a project for adults with learning disabilities, run by People First Dorset. Find out more at: www.peoplefirstdorset.org.uk/friendshipclub



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