Filed under: Feminism | Tags: fashion, teen magazines, teenagers, the seventeen magazine project
I got back from Japan a couple of days ago and intend to write a bit about my experiences there. However, I’m currently sick with some sort of bug I assume I caught on the plane, so it will have to wait for a couple of days.
In the meantime, I wanted to share an awesome blog that I discovered today and immediately read in its entirety (it’s a quick read, only a few pages long). It’s called The Seventeen Magazine Project and is written by Jamie Keiles, an 18 year old high school student from Pennsylvania.
“The Seventeen Magazine Project is an attempt to spend one month living according to the gospel of Seventeen Magazine. This blog will serve as documentation of this endeavor, as well as commentary on the adolescent experience.” ~ Jamie Keiles
You can read more about the project rules and goals here.
Keiles is intelligent, articulate, socially aware and refreshingly honest. The Seventeen Magazine Project is enjoyable to read, humorous and insightful. I highly recommend checking it out!
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