Is your high school protecting you from sexual harassment?
Not everyone on the Internet has an artist’s best interests in mind–sometimes not even other artists.
I used to dream of [adoption]. Having a mom and dad, siblings to play with, a dog. But when I hit twelve, I realized that I was getting old and adoption probably would never happen for me.
The moment I stepped into a group home when I was 12, I felt like it was a mistake. There I was, with about a dozen other teen boys. On my very first day, I got into a fight during a basketball game.
In some California counties for instance, it can cost as much as $30 per-day for room and board for parents whose children are locked up inside juvenile hall.
California recently passed a new law that says you have to be 21 years or older to buy cigarettes. I feel that this is a good thing.
Young people increasingly see gender as not just limited to male and female. But the torchbearers of gender fluidity aren’t just celebrities or politicians, but kids. But schools are still catching up with the needs of gender nonconforming students.
At California State University, Long Beach (CSULB), where an average of 2.6 sexual assaults are reported each year in the past 5 years, students are celebrating the enactment of the law and sharing their ideas on what more can be done on campus.
Brittany’s Place: The Safe and Sound Shelter, which opens today, is named after her daughter, 18-year-old Brittany Clardy, who was found dead in the trunk of a car last year. Investigators suspect she was a victim of sex trafficking.