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Feedback: "Love Equality"
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As I started to read the article “Love Equality” by Sophie J. the fact that people who are “gay” have a hard time finding who they really are, and how they get judged and criticised for being themselves really stood out... (more »)
Feedback: "Today's Loser"
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In “Today's Loser” by Camryn B., I was intrigued when I read the quote “Don't post the picture until 5 o’clock when everyone is on instagram. Maybe you should edit it too. Usually pictures with more likes are... (more »)
Living Black
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I wholeheartedy agree with Tierra R. in her poem "Living Black". She described her life and what's it like being judged just because the color of your skin. Personally it was hard and lonely being the only little black girl in my... (more »)
Seventeen
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 In Teen Ink's February Issue, there was a short story by Julienne M. called "Seventeen." I can relate to Julienne wholeheartedly when she talks about being afraid to love. When I was little, I too dreamed about my Prince... (more »)
Love Equality
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I found Sophie's article "Love Enquality" extremely moving when she gives her opinion about love equality. When she states "What right does anyone have to tell someone else who they should or should not love?" This is... (more »)
Thorns By Cianna C.
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 I can relate to Cianna C.'s poem "Thorns" because it made me feel aware. The poem made me feel this way because it has truth to it. For example, the poem said "There is beauty in words, in lines, written and read, and... (more »)
Seventeen
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"Seventeen" by Julienne M. amuses me. I was the same back then, naive and hopeful. Imagining that love was a beautiful thing to have. I'd daydream about weddings and church bells, ringing loudly for all to hear. That felt like... (more »)
An Accident
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A big around of applause for Donovan L., with such little words, that speak a lot. Donovan said "Bullets rip the air unarmed children lay, corpses. The world looks away" Which is so true. innocent people die, childern, teens, all ages... (more »)
Negative Two: Our Relationship Arithmetic
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Heather K.'s article Negative Two: Our Relationship Arithmetic, was so relatable it gave me flashbacks about my social life. The vividity of the article itself was very mysterious. Heather is describing and explaining how she is feeling... (more »)
A Teen Girl's Bedroom
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A big round of applause for Adrienne D., for her article “A Teen Girl’s Bedroom.” The article describes a typical teenage girl’s bedroom, but in reality the girl does not feel comfortable in her skin and choices. The... (more »)
Shattered Glass
By , Phoenix, AZ
I found Alexa S.’s “Shattered Glass extremely moving. This article made me realize how luckyI  am and made me realize that I should be grateful for not going through things like that. It shocked me when she discussed about an... (more »)
Feedback: "If Only"
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After reading the memoir “If Only” by Susan. I understood how Susan felt. I understand why Susan's grandmother told her “You're gonna be okay, how everything's gonna be okay.” But then at the same time she... (more »)
Feedback: "Kimya Dawson" This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
By , Boston, MA
The article “Kimya Dawson” written by Jennifer S. was very captivating to read about. The article was a nonfiction story about a girl who loved to listen to music buy Kimya Dawson. Music helped her get through rough times throughout... (more »)
Feedback: "Love Equality"
By , Tyngsboro, MA
The essay “Love Equality” by Sophie Jarvis struck a chord with me.  When I read your article it made me think this young teen is telling all her feelings and being honest while others are judging her for being who she wants to... (more »)
Failure
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When I read "Failure" by Tess Fitzhenry. I was disappointed. It's and interesting poem, but it sends the wrong message to the readers. Tess worte, "I failed to be like the others." That statement is the very reason for my disappointment. You are... (more »)
Response to "Facebook: Not Making the...
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I don't agree with the author, she is making teenagers look bad, because she says we spend a lot of time on our phones, but that is not true. In her article she quotes "Easily high schoolers can amuse themselves on Facebook for long periods of... (more »)
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