Talk About Dishing Up Dirt!

From the folks who bring you the controversial Sassy, a new magazine for the 14-to-20 male set

In their own way, male and female teens are alike. They dress uniformly in jeans and T shirts, speak the same hip argot and sport identical hairstyles. Both sexes can drive parents crazy. But while teen girls have stacks of glossy magazines devoted to their interests, boys have made do with car mags, sports publications and backpacking monthlies. Now the unconscionable neglect of the social male teen has ended. Dale Lang, owner of Sassy, the irreverent and successful magazine for female teenagers, has driven across the gender gap with Dirt, a magazine for "L.A. hip-hoppers, guys from the New York club...

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