I stumbled across your site a few months ago and have thoroughly enjoyed perusing the found item submissions. I've added your site to my Reader, and I look forward to the two new posts every day. I think the concept for the site/magazine is a clever and intriguing one.
That said, I find the ads on your site very distasteful. About half of the American Apparel ads are fine, but the other half are offensive. I don't appreciate seeing topless women every time I visit your site. If you must keep AA as a sponsor, could you please screen their ads? I have contacted their company directly regarding this matter, but they basically said they don't care. I know that many of your readers feel the same way--that we should be free to browse family-friendly sites without running into pictures of naked breasts and nipples.
I emailed your company two weeks ago regarding the distasteful advertisements that appear on your site and did not receive a response. I was disappointed by your lack of consideration and concern. I understand that ads are a necessary part of the service you provide, but there is an abundance of advertising available that is not lewd or offensive.
Sadly, I will no longer be frequenting your website. Please let me know if you begin screening your ads; once the topless women are removed I will happily renew my subscription.