You know, I mean, we openly had conversation about how this might be completely impossible. And one of the earliest conversations that we had specifically about body was the need to bring it, you know, into focus around a mission statement that we developed that's very simply everybody has a story. We're going to talk about bodies now, athletes' bodies. September is the magazine's last print edition. And she is a paralympic track and field athlete.
Moriah. Age: 23.
So there's a young woman in the issue named Scout Bassett.
Emerie. Age: 29.
ESPN Magazine's Editor-In-Chief Talks End Of 'Body Issue'
And based on that, we're pairing people with photographers who can bring that vision to life. And when she decided she wanted to do The Body Issue, she was very specific with us and said, I want to make sure people can see my scars because I want them to understand that scars are part of what makes you who you are. You know, I mean, we openly had conversation about how this might be completely impossible.