Sassy was a teen magazine published from March 1988 until 1996. It was founded by Sandra Yates, with Jane Pratt as the founding editor. Unlike other teen magazines of its time, Sassy developed a unique, self-assured voice, not shying away from real-life topics like sex or drugs. In 1992, Sassy hired a teenage Chloë Sevigny as an intern, a telling example of the magazine’s commitment to indie culture and forward thinking attitude. The magazine was absorbed into TEEN in 1997.
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