In case you didn’t know, Dragon Con is one of the Atlanta’s biggest events. It also happens to go down in the heart of downtown Atlanta, home to VOX headquarters, where teens are always on the scene.
Atlanta has numerous opportunities for queer teens to feel valued, whether that means hanging, getting accessible health care or finding housing.
With “17,” XXXtentacion fully displays his versatility as an artist and shows listeners suffering with depression that he can feel their pain.
Our very own Ogechi Ofodu has some poetic advice for all of the little black boys living in America: Run.
Women superheroes should be written with depth that transcends their appearance, because women have depth that transcends appearance.
The VOX teens are people about town. Here are some of their highly recommended spots to visit around (metro) Atlanta.
If you’re procrastinating right now, you might as well read VOX’s Nahila Louis-Charles’ piece on how to stop.
Teen activists from all over Atlanta are volunteering on the campaign trail, creating social justice clubs at school, and protesting key issues.
“People don’t realize that no one leaves their country ‘just because’…” says 17-year-old artist Maite Nazario. Her recent art exhibition at the Latin American Association shows her passion for “activist art.”
Are mothers pushing their sons into hypermasculinity? Should little boys be allowed to cry?