16 ways being 16 has changed
“Your generation had those really thin over-plucked eyebrows, now it’s cool to to just shave your eyebrows off.”
45% of teens are "online constantly" and don't think that's a bad thing
But they’re no longer using Facebook as much.
for queer kids in the bush, theatre is a lifeline at risk of disappearing
As cuts to arts funding continue to threaten youth theatre programs across regional Australia, we look at how these organisations serve as a resource and outlet for marginalised and isolated teens.
25 years later, looking for alibrandi is still a searing picture of australian adolescence
Face it, the great Australian novel was about the experiences of a teenage girl.
teen dreams of new zealand, straight up
There’s something about New Zealanders, they harbour a kind of moody cool that doesn’t exist anywhere else. Much has been said about how weather, isolation, and multiculturalism informs the national creative fingerprint, but we’re not ones to speculate...
how school girls fought for feminism in the 60s and 70s
Sick of being excluded from the mainstream Women’s Rights movement, a new generation of teen activists created their own revolutions in the school yard.
what's really behind our mermaid obsession?
How how pop culture’s fixation with the fantasy creatures speaks to the way we condemn, destroy and celebrate women.
13 reasons why we love new netflix drama 13 reasons why
Netflix’s new teen drama avoids cliché to deliver a nuanced look at bullying, sexism and suicide.
how daria served as the ultimate antidote to 90s bro-culture
20 years ago, a Lawndale teenager changed TV, cartoons and high school forever.
lorde’s first album captured suburban dreams and realistic teenage life
Before her new track drops, we revisit her first album, 'Pure Heroine.'
ten years after 'teeth', we’re still afraid and compelled by vagina dentata
A decade on, the cult film still speaks to the way we police adolescent sexuality and fear powerful women.
talking to the stars of ‘bad girl’ about the love, rage and terror inside teenage girls
In their new movie Sara West and Samara Weaving explore the tender and terrifying world of adolescent relationships.
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