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Why I Speak Like a Man This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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"Why I Speak Like a Man," by Anneke R. was a rather enlightening piece for me. The writer explained that through her study of the German language, she realized something: women are always sorry. They are always apologizing for... (more »)
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Feedback on "Give Him A Chance" This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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"Give Him A Chance" by Hannah P. presented views on Trump's presidency and challenged other's standpoints on the subject. The work of writing talked about how Trump's presidency is an example of the change that America... (more »)
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What Is a Woman? This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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Lydia H.’s poem, “What Is a Woman?” captivates the reader from the start. From the repetition to a steady beat, it is an intricate work of poetry. Lydia defines what a woman is from different viewpoints. With connotations... (more »)
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Autism Is Not A Tragedy by Amita Reka
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Amita R's article "Autism Is Not A Tragedy" really caught my eye. I agree with her statement, "Another misconception about people with autism is that they are incapable of being artistic or intelligent, which is absurd."... (more »)
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To Be a Princess
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“To Be a Princess” by Maya Vyas was a very touching piece. It is about a girl’s experience at a pageant. As simple as that sounded, it wasn’t simple at all. Those six short paragraphs about her experience made something... (more »)
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Review of "Drop the Label"
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"But why does the question of my ethnicity always have a red asterisk next to the fill-in box? Why is it required for strangers to link me to a culture I have no connection with?" "Drop the Label" by "Alice" addresses issues such as assumption... (more »)
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Aberrant This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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I absolutely adore the message of this poem! There are always those out there who may be different and considered challenged by differences. The truth is that everyone is blessed to be in this world with others who, although different in their own... (more »)
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How to Get Published? This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Dear Mr. Editor, I dream of the day I can officially call myself a writer. Not a high school dreamer, not another JV swimmer, not another Key Club member, but a writer. Every single article I write, I pour countless hours into, seizing the right... (more »)
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Gay Marriage in the US This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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     As you may know, gay marriage is one of the most controversial subjects today. I happen to disagree with gay marriage and here's why. I've seen gay people, on TV and in real life, and I have no problem with them but I... (more »)
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TeeInk.com This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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     Your website is inspiring teenagers everywhere to open up and share what they enjoy most. In the review sections, teenagers all over the world are able to find good movies, books, music, and even colleges to look... (more »)
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Uniforms Understood This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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     When I read “Uniforms Understood” by Katie L., it made me realize how lucky I am to go to a school without uniforms. I would hate to have to look the same as all the kids in my school. I think that my... (more »)
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Catholic School Girls This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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     I would like to congratulate Brittany B. on a very well-written parody of the stereotypical Catholic school girl. Being a Catholic school girl, though, I disagree with and am appalled by the reputation given to my... (more »)
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Teen Magazines Lack Substance This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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     I agree with Natascia L. I sometimes wish I could read about topics other than Paris Hilton or how to apply eyeliner correctly. I think that if we had a magazine that talked about actual news, it would sell. Most... (more »)
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Editorial Procedures This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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     Let me start off by saying I love your magazine. Itgives many kids in my advanced language arts class a place to send theirwork.I have a few concerns about the note you send to submitting writers.The letter your... (more »)
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Teen Expression This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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     I think it is a wonderful idea that Teen Ink allows teens to express themselves in a teen magazine. I just recently found out about it from a girl in my honors English class who submitted an article. Now I can read... (more »)
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Apathy: the Opiate of the Masses This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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     I found this article quite informative and could relate to it. Although I have not visited a concentration camp, I have visited other historical places, and it is very different actually to see a place rather than... (more »)
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