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VOXATL takes a deep dive into girlhood and how moments can impact a teen's mental health. Read on
Earlier this school year VOX ATL visited teens at Douglass High School to hear their thoughts on what they learned as participants in Fulton County’s SKYE Program. The SKYE program educates teens on overall health and well-being by giving them information on how to avoid unplanned pregnancy, sexually transmitted infections and HIV. Read on
North Springs High School teens come together to share their views and experiences with school dress codes. Do people get treated differently according to gender and body type? Listen to hear what they have to say. Read on
She prodded the window, letting the illusions flicker and glitch — dance a little jig across her outstretched palm. Chained to this ornate prison she was coerced to live as a bird hid away in some ornithologist’s exhibit. Each day had slipped into spilled wine fringes of gray. The colors bleeding together to balance a…

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Love is Blind What is love? Is it blind, blurry, or crystal clear? Well, that’s what Netflix’s “Love is Blind” seeks to answer. Now in its sixth season, the show challenges singles to develop emotional connections with each other and get engaged to be married, all before seeing them in person. It starts with participants…

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In this podcast, teens Savannah Blakey, Angelle Cave, Lily Herring, and Madyson Meyer discuss how the growing societal focus on digital identities is facilitated by social media, aesthetics, and online communities.  Read on