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The F-Word This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Feminism. That one word can stir up an unbelievable amount of controversy. When I tell people I’m a feminist, it seems as though I get nothing but negative reactions. An angry look and an outraged “Why do you hate men?” A... (more »)
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Dear Legged People This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
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Dear legged people, Why do I make you uncomfortable? Why is it that you look for a way to understand me, to be with me, like I’m some kind of equation that doesn’t seem quite right? Dear legged people, I don’t... (more »)
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Coming Out and Staying Out
By , Pineville, AR
From the time I was very little I felt like I was a bit different from everyone else. Sometimes, yes I know it's silly, thought I was a boy. I remember trying to put an outfit together from my regular clothes in my closet to look like... (more »)
Misconceptions About Indians
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We all know about India, right? It’s in Asia, and has a ton of different religions and languages, and is very diverse as well. As an Indian myself, I have been subjected to multiple comments because of the ever-lasting stereotypes. “It’s... (more »)
From Weak and Helpless, to Indestructible:...
By , vista, CA
My fellow sisters in Christ, we are powerful, strong, and mighty. We are perfectly imperfect.  I remember when I was young, how confident and strong I felt, like I was a princess. I was ignorant to what others thought of me, it did not... (more »)
Be Who You Are
What does "Be who you are" mean? well for me it means to love yourself no matter what others think of you. People talk about me all time and I learned to not to care what they think of me. We live in a judgemental world. We were born into a... (more »)
Nudism and Dress Codes
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“But… But then everyone would become nudists!” –A common response I receive nearly without fail, every time I express my belief that public schools should not have dress codes. Literally, this response is so... (more »)
Controversial Rulings Spark Protests
]The race issue has been ignited once again. On July 27, 2014, Eric Garner, a 43-year-old African American man, was killed by a white police officer after being put in a chokehold for approximately 19 seconds. He had been resisting arrest for... (more »)
American Culture
As I grow up I have been told to cover up my body, never walk alone, and even to never leave my drink alone in case someone uses the date rape drug on me. This is only part of what makes up a rape culture. Rape culture is the persistent... (more »)
Refining Perfection
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Are you really going to wear that? Why are you acting like that its weird? You shouldn't do that, no one else does? Have you ever been told by someone that you should change or be something that you aren't? Every person has their own... (more »)
Me, Myself, and I
Growing us as child, I was constantly being judge, since I’m mixed. My mom is Native American and my dad is African American. People would always tell me “people will always judge you cause your different” but I never really understood... (more »)
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How Does Prejudice Affect People?
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Millions of people have been murdered due to racism, prejudice, and other impurities within society. No one is perfect. While every soul is corrupt in one way or another, prejudice is a corruption that we all share. Racial prejudice, prejudice... (more »)
The Truth About Feminism
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The other day, I was walking into school and a guy was walking in front of me. We got to a door, and he opened it for me, and I walked through. Then I wanted to return the favor. So the next door, I opened for him. But he would not go through.... (more »)
My Name is Charles This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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Laura was a girl, or at least was born one. Kindergarten was when things started to change. As her parents insisted she should, she wore her dresses and skirts painted with pink and purple, and played with the other little girls that her... (more »)
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Comming Out as Transsexual to my Dad.
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Dad, we need to talk, Talk about my future and my wish Wish to become who I’ve been in my thoughts Thoughts about my life and my body Body that doesn’t belong to my mind Mind my wishes please, Dad Dad, I love you You... (more »)
Stop the Stereotypes
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Depression is a growing crisis on our planet today. Roughly 350 million people from all ages, suffer from depression. Over 8% are adolescents and nearly 20 million Americans suffer from depression. Out of those people, I am one. I speak for all... (more »)
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