I t's a teenage rite of passage to invent new worlds: worlds of the imagination, gangs, cliques and clubs, worlds apart from adults. And then came the internet, where anyone can be anything, a meta-persona of your own choosing. There are hundreds of millions of blogs; a new one is created each second — many by teenagers.
The next few weeks will be bittersweet for high school seniors across the country as they gear up to start the next chapter of their lives after graduation. With many LGBTQ people feeling uncertain about their future in the current political climate, seeing teens who feel comfortable enough in their own skin to experience this rite-of-passage with a partner of the same sex is perhaps more heartwarming than ever. The fact that these teens chose Instagram to capture the moment they asked their same-sex dates to prom for posterity came as no surprise, too.
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Here, for example, is a year-old male who went to see Jordan Peterson. Peterson isn't your everyday self-help guru. He's an actual professor. But many, many people -- mostly known as men -- flock to his books and shows, in order to be inspired.
Joe Moreno saw prom as a way to give back to his mother. For many teenagers, prom is a night they will never forget. For year-old Joe Morenoprom was an opportunity to give his mother an unforgettable night she never got to experience.
By Joshua Rhett Miller. January 8, am Updated January 8, pm. A year-old and her year-old sister were arrested for stabbing and shooting their mother to death — a brutal payback after they were punished for trying to run her over with the family car, neighbors and officials in Mississippi said.
GARY, Ind. Kelly Arroyo and John Peluyera, the parents of Johnny Peluyera, said the whole thing is still incomprehensible. They arranged the meeting using an online sales app.
An year-old from Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, discovered she was the subject of social media posts and rants after she posted an Instagram of herself holding an art installment at a national art museum. The teen, Qisya Mirza, told BuzzFeed News she meant no harm by it, and added that she now feels "a bit guilty. Mirza posted a photo of herself earlier this week holding a piece of art, seemingly taken off the walls of an exhibit at the National Art Gallery in Kuala Lumpur.
Talk about a personalized photo shoot—this teen just posed for some truly hilarious senior pictures Mikayla Cleckler is your typical teenage girl: She plans to study dental hygiene, loves makeup and is a year-old high school senior. But the pictures she chose to take to celebrate the end of her high school career?
They watch movies, order pizza, hang out, and talk about the thing that brought them together: sexual assault. Some of the group members were abused as little kids, while others were sexually assaulted in high school by people they still see around town. Crazy how much something like this alters your entire being.