Magazine, website & books written by teens since 1989

Today's Best Movies / Music / TV Articles

View all » Star Today's Top Voted Movies / Music / TV Articles

Image
voted #1 by
our readers

Tha color of sound

Custom User Avatar

As in, music. You know that thing with tha drums, and tha piano, and tha guitar? Yeah!!! That thing. It controls us. It can make you laugh, cry, makes us happy, makes us who WE are. I think of...

Read full article »

voted
#2

Teen Pregnancy Shows, What effect they have on you.

Custom User Avatar | 16 comments
voted
#3

I Hear Voices This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.

Custom User Avatar | 39 comments
voted
#4

Escape This Fate

Custom User Avatar | 1 comment
View all top voted movies / music / TV articles

View all » Comment Today's Most Discussed Movies / Music / TV Articles

Image
received 55
comments

Yes, I Can Feel the Sunshine: The Myth of the Tails Doll Dispelled

By

It's evil. Its eyes are chillingly blank. It scares all who witness its physical form. Most of them never see much else again. Oh, and it's soft, cuddly, orange, and plushy. If you recognize...

Read full article »

89
comments

Why Music Should be Censored

Custom User Avatar
37
comments

Music of the Past vs Today's Music

Custom User Avatar
3
comments

Redefining Today's Music Festivals

Custom User Avatar
View all most discussed movies / music / TV articles

View all » Clock Most Recently Submitted Movies / Music / TV Articles

opinion
Hamlet vs. Lion King
Custom User Avatar
opinion
American Idiot
Custom User Avatar
opinion
Video Games and Society
Custom User Avatar
View all most recent movies / music / TV articles

View all » This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine. Movies / Music / TV Articles from Teen Ink's Print Magazine

Image

Popular Culture = Rape Culture? This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.

Custom User Avatar

“I hate these blurred lines. The way you grab me … must wanna get nasty.” Robin Thicke sings these words repeatedly in his song “Blurred Lines.” To me, Thicke's lyrics sound like a...

Read full article »

View all movies / music / TV articles from Teen Ink's Printed Magazine
Site Feedback