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I Speak for the Children

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To most teens, the main goal in life is to be accepted and wanted. Being in the in group is much more pursued for than, being an individual diplomat, and thus begins the discrimination. As...

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Over the Edge

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Growing Up Big and Tall

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Silent No More This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.

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“Is he gay?” "I think so.” “Yeah, I'm pretty sure.” “Ask him.” “Hey, are you–” The last period bell cut off the cacophony of fresh gossip. My ears burned with...

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Dear Friend This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.

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Stand Up

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In the middle of a pep fest, while we were all participating in some wildly ritualistic dance, I peered over at Nathan. He was clapping furiously, his greasy hair brushing his face chaotically. He...

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