Media: Talk of the Trade: Once bitten . . .

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The Independent Online
THE woman of the Nineties is not emerging as someone you want to meet. The latest product aimed at this frightening being is Bite Magazine, promising 'Sex, Love and Intelligence for Women of the 90s'. This goes on sale next week with an initial print run of 300,000 copies.

The magazine is published by the Ann Summers organisation. Catherine Handcock, the editor, says that the publication will not be coy in its language like most women's magazines. 'A penis will always be a penis, it will never be a love-gun,' she says.