Tutum Journal is a quarterly digital magazine for and by childless women. Useful as a resource to live through and beyond involuntary childlessness. Our stories take you on a journey that's always enlightening, often surprising, and unfailingly fascinating.
Each issue of Tutum Journal focuses on stories and interviews around a connecting theme. We have a penchant for heartfelt words, and deep-soul care. We believe that stories exist in a specific moment, and that that moment is what makes those stories unique. This is a quiet place for you to sit, read, remember, and reflect. We are proud to have readers of all ages finding hope and solidarity within our pages.
This issue delves into the complex subject of body image, challenge and overcome thoughts about your body, narrate life-altering experiences, and body resilience and empowerment.
This issue focuses on what legacy means to our community, be it the past (the legacy we carry from another), the present (the legacy we create by how we live today) or the future (how we want to be remembered). Grammy-nominated Broadway performer Frenchie Davis graces the cover.
This issue focuses on destigmatizing mental health in our community, breaking the patriarchal mold, the emotional and psychological impacts of involuntary childlessness, and identifying what to explore to reset and renew. Ten childless wellness practitioners grace the cover. Two-year anniversary issue.
This issue focuses on the possibility of light-heartedness and delight, even if only for a moment or two, to recognize that it’s both okay and even helpful to feel joy – perhaps especially amidst hard times.
This issue is all about the experiences that bring meaning to our lives —experiences of disenfranchised grief, resiliency, vulnerability, shame, acceptance, inclusion, and identity.
This issue is an ode to the power of childless womanhood, a warm embrace of all that makes us women, a celebration of how far we’ve come, and a call to unapologetically own our voice. Infertility rights advocate Risa Levine graces the cover.
This issue delves into human emotions and how we heal, and ways to optimize mental health. One-year anniversary issue.
This issue explores stages of becoming (and unbecoming), redefining definitions of life, love, and self. Twenty-five childless visionaries grace the cover.
This issue explores living a determined purposeful life and nurture your path to finding purpose. WNBA champion Simone Edwards graces the cover.
This issue explores accepting yourself to live a happier life and embracing every part of ourselves. Serial entrepreneur Melanie Notkin graces the cover.
This issue explores understanding your true self: your values, your needs, wants, and source of growth.
Becoming a member of the Who’s Who of Tutum Global Small Business Directory is a valuable opportunity for only $75 per issue. Every issue of Tutum Journal keeps you in touch with 12,000 readers spanning 100+ countries, and for a full year will also appear on our website and in our social media averaging 145,000+ monthly impressions. Use your Who’s Who of Tutum Global Small Business Directory listing as tools to optimize your public profile, increase engagement in our community, and to develop future business. Open to childless women entrepreneurs and those who support us.
Email us for discounted $225 for full year (four issues). To become a member of Who’s Who of Tutum Global Small Business, reserve your listing and fill out the business directory listing form.
Want to share your opinion, ideas, expertise with the rest of the world? Well, you came to the right place – we’re looking for thought-provoking perspectives that opens conversations and breaks convention from women who are childless/childfree not by choice or by circumstance across continents. Each print issue of Tutum Journal will interrogate one word which will run as a theme through our regular features, profiles, Q&As, reviews, how-tos, opinion pieces, and poetry.
Many of our contributors leverage their exposure on Tutum Journal to promote their personal brand, company, and work. All writers provide an author bio that will appear below your article, where you can include your company.
You take enormous effort to share your expertise in a story. It really matters that your story should be presented in front of the right audience. Through Tutum Journal you can reach out to childless not by choice readers from 100+ countries.