The relationship between femininity and media is a multifaceted and complex one that provides a reflection of our society, revealing the effects of harmful gender stereotypes that permeate all forms of our media. Themes of sexism, racism, and homophobia are often woven into the ways in which media depicts femininity, creating a mirror that forces us to confront and recognize how our society views and treats women. The Female Gazette offers an exploration of different forms of media, such as music, digital spaces, fashion, and news media, through a specific theme within femininity that correlates to that medium, for example, sex, body image, gender, and violence. I curated and edited a selection of essays, articles, and op-eds, drawing on my personal experiences and identity as a Mexican queer woman to provide an intimate perspective on the complex interplay between femininity and media. The content of this book highlights intense and horrific truths that exist within each relationship. Despite this, the book accepts stereotypes of "feminine" design, such as decorative typefaces and different shades of pink, to mimic the way in which society feeds us these harmful expectations and restrictive ideologies in beautiful, organized media forms. The content is contrasted against design to highlight the importance of form versus content within design, particularly when it comes to media directed toward women today. Overall, it is a personal look into the way media has changed my perception and journey of femininity and how it ultimately affects us through the distribution of media.