Volume Four: Rowdy
Welcome to the ROWDY issue where we have not one, but two cover stars: Helena Christensen and Justine Skye and a magazine that flips upside down halfway through.
Volume Four Highlights: Aly and Aj Michalka bring us up to speed on their shared horse girl bond. Emmie Sperandeo leaves her 9-5 to travel the country as a cowgirl. Shariah Harris pushes boundaries as the first Black women to play high league polo. Brittany Chaffee shines a spotlight on the powerful and important world of the queer rodeo. Melissa Flores strips back the layers of what it means to be an Escarmauza rider in the Charrería. Amelia Diamond hosts the first ever assless chaps awards, Mia Mercado explains the unexplainable Michele Tanner concussion in the final episodes of Full House, Kate Nelson holds a horse girl club meeting, Sophie Massie’s three-year-old daughter defies what it means to be a horse girl, and Sarah Malsin Nir gives us the lowdown on what one woman was willing to do for love and horses.
“Rowdy” meant a million things when we first started, but when we finished, it was clear: To be rowdy means to have guts. And the horse girls in these pages know that well.
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