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We have come a long way in many aspects, technology, medicine, architecture, biodiversity etc. Something that has not changed is the lack of toleration. This generation is "more open minded" than the ones before. That's partly true, see this generation is extremely diverse, and foe that diversity many ways of thinking appear. Many times those ways of thinking clash. That leads to conflict and disagreement. This generation has been in a way forced to grow up before time, seduced by a consumerist society that is at our reach at the youngest ages. Drinking, drugs and sex. These three things have been sugar coated by society to seem like the best things you can do. Seeing all of this pressure and aura that those things send, our generation has become compelled to feel like you have to "fulfill" those expectations. I'm a fourteen year old girl and I haven't been the "in crowd" or the exxpects popular, I Pregnant teen poems always been the "nerd" and bookworm but you Meet women for sex honomu hawaii have to be in the "in crowd" to societyy pressured into the "expectations" of this society. The people that have surrounded me in various cultures, push to become these perfect people and have perfect lives. You have to have a perfect socifty. What is perfect body? A perfect body nowadays is being stick thin, having abs for boys and a big butt and chest for girls. More girls and even boys are starving themselves to become these people and these bodies that society expects them to have. When you don't have those bodies, and everyone around you is pushing themselves your self esteem falls. Then you are lured into the world of starvation and image. We are expected to have perfect skin, teeth, be...

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Please enter the email address that you use to login to TeenInk. Teenagers in our culture are constantly forced to act and feel a certain way. Society enjoys dictating how our youth should behave. The pressures placed on teens to meet a certain standard often lead to harmful outcomes. For decades women have been put under the pressure of looking a certain way. Teenage girls are expected to have perfect bodies. Thin- but curvy, tan- but not orange, beautified by make up- but not resembling a clown. But where do these unreachable standards come from? Middle school is a rough time, bodies are changing, hormones are kicking in, and the struggle of fitting in is becoming more prominent. The struggle to be thin is not only the primary cause for eating disorders, like anorexia and bulimia, but also leads to low self-esteem and severe depression. But soon the excitement fades away and the application becomes a chore. The makeup industry has developed a way of capitalizing off young girls by manipulating them into thinking they need makeup to look pretty. It is certainly fair to say that guys do not have to worry about makeup. I will even grant you that most guys do not spend the same time on their hair and preparing ourselves to go out as girls do. We certainly do not embellish ourselves to the extent that most girls do, however, body image, is not only a pressing issue for girls, but for guys as well. In the same way you described, society creates pressure for guys to look a certain way. Ads and posters of skinny female models are everywhere, but lets not forget the male models who accompany them. Each one of them better looking than the last. They give a nearly impossible standard...

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When most people think of young people they see us as a horizontal line. One end screams, "Violent! We are lumped into one group or the other. More often than not the only group that is ever reported on is the former. Well what about the rest of us? I am proud to say I fall somewhere in the centre. But that is not to say I haven't worked my butt off to get to where I am today. Why aren't we reported on, or our lives documented and televised? It seems that we can only be interesting if we are smoking, snorting or stabbing. One stereotype of young people today is that they are all thieving, knife-carrying, troublemakers who waste most of their time dossing about. Another is the drug-taking, posh private school kid from an affluent background who has strengths in all subjects but a weakness for popping a few pills here and there, resulting in them being expelled and being a let-down to their family. Having been to a state school and now receiving a private education, I have experienced the "best" of both worlds, but have also experienced being lumped into the narrow-minded stereotypes created by adults. People need to stop naively believing everything they see or read and make their judgements based on personal experiences. It's time for adults to do some growing up! The news reports contradict each other. According to some papers, all year-old girls are running around getting pregnant, but the average age of a first time mother is now above And what about our academic successes? They can be explained away by easier exams. I know many teenagers who are amazingly positive people and do amazingly positive things. A whole generation can't be inherently bad. But when we're expected to...

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Jenni Herd from Ayrshire wrote a letter to The Times with a clear message for adults: Angry that we will have to clean up your mess while you hold us in contempt, analysing our responses as though we were another species? Our callout was answered by teens all over the world - including Jenni herself. I mentioned this to my parents that night, and we had a discussion about it. My dad told me if I was so annoyed, I should tell the paper, and on Sunday I did. I wrote it in about 30 minutes, fuelled by annoyance and boredom, and sent it without really thinking. I never thought it would actually be published! My friend texted me to tell that it had been retweeted over times on Twitter. I ran downstairs and checked my laptop - and promptly burst into tears! I spent the rest of the night grinning and trawling the internet, shocked and bewildered at the response I was getting. Teens are generally well represented in the media, but obviously some sources are better than others. Most media outlets are beginning to understand the intelligence and importance of teenagers, especially as teens of my generation become more connected and interested in political affairs with Scottish Independence looming, rarely a week goes by without some political debate springing up Sadly, the media can focus more on the negatives of teenage life than the positive. I think the media needs to collaborate more with teenagers and listen to what we have to say, and most importantly, not make assumptions about how we think. I am a part of a generation which gets some criticism for being lazy, inconsiderate and just expects everything given to them. When I was 13, I started a paper round. During A-levels I had...

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What society expects for teens

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Jun 13, - Society plays an important role in shaping an individual's character. It helps shape teens' ability to live with other people, their ideas of wrong. Apr 14, - But when we're expected to be, when we're portrayed as brats, it gets He is a member of the Children's Society's young refugees media. Mar 12, - We asked teens to tell us what it's like to be a teenager today. for being lazy, inconsiderate and just expects everything given to them.

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