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Enlarge this image Haley DeRoche, 30, is a public librarian in Richmond, Va. As a homeschooled teenage girl, DeRoche says Brio was a "wholesome" magazine she could read without fear of offending her evangelical parents. She's pictured here in 2015 with her daughter, Winnie. Courtesy of Haley DeRoche hide caption toggle caption Courtesy of Haley DeRoche A lot of teenage girls grow up looking to magazines like Seventeen or Teen Vogue for tips on fashion and dating. But for some conservative Christian girls and their parents, those magazines can seem a bit risqué. For about two decades starting in 1990, the evangelical Christian group Focus on the Family offered an alternative: Brio magazine, which is making a comeback in May. Enlarge this image Debbie Fischer was raised Methodist and enjoyed reading Brio as well as mainstream magazines like Seventeen for makeup and fashion tips. Now 34, she lives in Madison, Wis., and works in market research for an insurance company. Courtesy of Debbie Fischer hide caption toggle caption Courtesy of Debbie Fischer In some ways, Brio was a lot like other teen magazines in the 1990s. Debbie Fischer remembers "devouring" articles on issues like clothing and DIY manicures — things she definitely wasn't learning from her older brothers. "I was in middle school and I didn't really know — I wanted to take care of myself and look more like a grownup girl. I just didn't really know how to do it," Fischer says. But other sections were different — like music reviews. Fischer is now 34 and living in Madison, Wis., where she works in market research for an insurance company. She remembers a review of a popular Boyz II Men album from the mid-1990s that praised portions of the album while warning readers about the hit song "I'll Make Love to You." "That was about
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