Why donate?
(Or why buy the cow when you can get the milk for free?)
So why donate? It is a reasonable question. Let me do my best to explain:

Despite the fact that I'm handsome, suave, and debonair, models do not work for me for free. I pay top dollar for my models and it shows. I've got the most beautiful women in the business working for me. Look at my "Girls of AHW Magazine" page -- you won't find anyone there or in my magazine that looks like she should be running the tilt-a-whirl at the local carnival. My ladies are all covergirl/centerfold quality, I'll put my roster against anyone else in the business.
I pay top dollar for premium website hosting. Both at the magazine site and the main gallery, when you click on a page or image link, the target page comes up quickly. I keep my bandwidth throttle wide open and pay for any overages to keep the site popping. You won't have to go get a cup of coffee while waiting for pages to come up. There is nearly one gig of material hosted between the main gallery and the magazine. I don't rotate material off the site, once it's posted, it is there as long as the site is there. You can always come back to something and revisit it. Like my banners say -- the largest permanent archive of apartment wrestling images on the web. That's not cheap to maintain.
If each unique visitor to each issue of the magazine donated just two dollars, I could be shooting nearly every week. I turn down dozens of models each month who want to work for me because I simply can't afford to be shooting constantly. I'm not affiliated with a video company, I'm not a millionaire, I'm just a fan, like you. I've got tons of ideas -- my own superheroine stuff, mixed matches, rebooting No Neutral Corners, and so on that are just sitting on the back burner waiting to be made.
Sadly, I'm not the shameless self promoter I should be. I believe in people. I've always believed that if you put out a quality product, people will pay for it. But in these hard economic times, if folks can get something for free, they are going to, and I can't blame them for doing so. And perhaps, in this a.d.d/twitter-fied age, it is hard to get someone to sit and read a few pages of print. But in my heart I believe that many fans would rather plunk down a couple of bucks to read a thoughtfully constructed short story with stunning images than pay $35 for a poorly acted, redundantly themed video.
Quite frankly, I think I create the best apartment house wrestling stuff out there. There are other sites that do apartment wrestling photo sets and such, but I'm the only one keeping true to the original style and flavour of the old Sports Review Wrestling stories that made so many of us fans of female fighting in the first place. And I need your help to keep it coming.

I'm not going to dump a guilt trip on you, threaten to close the 'zine down -- that's bush league stuff. I've got a backlog of photo sets to keep me going for a while. And if I need to slow publication down after a while, I will. But I've got lots of stories to tell and I enjoy telling them. So I'll keep on keepin' on, but I'm asking you, as a fan, to show your support for what I do. $2, $8, $10 or whatever you can afford, every little bit helps. Heck, even an occassional e-mail to tell me what you like or don't like, is appreciated.

Help me bring you the best, the only true apartment house wrestling stories out there.

Thank you,