About Crossover

Crossover Media Group is the parent company of Crossover Magazine. We began in 2010 with the idea of publishing a magazine geared towards showcasing and promoting the Transgender side of the LGBTQ community. Over the course of the next 2 years, we made the decision to venture away from conventional print and focus more on bringing a digital version to the Android/Blackberry line of phones and tablets.

Surprisingly, our first publication to venture away from our intended format was an expose’ of the Philippine Political Arena, entitled: Apo Macoy asks… “How Did My People Get So Fuckin’ Stupid?”

Although some have labeled the publication as pro-Marcos. It is not. It’s actually a brutal attack on the average Filipino and their voting logic. This too, sparked some controversy as most Filipino’s assumed we were calling the entire population stupid. This of course was never our intention, as the country’s politicians are obviously intelligent on many levels. How else would they be where they are today, if it wasn’t for the voters being so stupid as to believe their lies and other bullshit. Dba?

OLYMPUS DIGITAL CAMERAOnce this was shown to be a success. We used the same design format for Crossover Magazine itself. Like a traditional print publication. Our digital version can be manipulated much in the same way you, the reader, would skim through any book or magazine. Complete with a traditional “contents” page, so you can quickly take yourself exactly where you want to go.

Some informative highlights regarding Crossover magazine.

  1. Interviews and movie reviews.
  2. Portfolio style photo sessions with our girls.
  3. Advertising space is always available.
  4. Ways our readers can directly connect with some of our girls.
  5. Both Cellphone and Tablet sizes are available.

So relax and enjoy what we have for you. And although some of what we have to offer might “sting” a bit. It’s only meant to wake you up to the reality of life, and all it has to offer.

That’s what makes “controversy” so much fun.

2 Replies to “About Crossover”

  1. First time to read your publication. Seems at par with if not better than what I usually read from RP or even here. Will read more issues, hopefully you keep them as good.

  2. You said “A number of our articles are taken directly from reputable sources, quotes and what-not”. Not really. For example you said that ” Unemployment, poverty and crime are at unprecedented levels” but based on world bank data” Poverty is now half(25%) of what it was in 1985 (50%). Full of deception.

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