photographs of the last year before teenagehood
Photographer Hollie Fernando spent a year photographing her 12-year-old brother.
how a movie about cannibalism became the coming-of-age film of the year
With ‘Raw,' director Julia Ducournau shows what eating human flesh can teach us about growing up and discovering our humanity.
what do people hear when asked, 'where are you really from?'
Six people sound off on the very loaded question, and explain how it impacts their sense of home, identity, and community.
how lorde’s first album captured suburban dreams and realistic teenage life
Before her new track drops, we revisit her first album, 'Pure Heroine.'
evangeline davis creates tender portraits of new zealand adolescents
In her new book 'Touchy', the recent graduate is exploring the lovely awkwardness of being a girl.
what's the hardest part of growing up? we asked, you answered
Sharing your truths and tales on Facebook and Instagram, some of you looked back while others peeked inside their present. Over five hundred comments later, secrets were shared, pearls of wisdom picked and calls for help answered.