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Hello, my name is Mina. I'm fifteen years old, living in Kidderminster with my mum and sister. I spend a fairly large portion of my life writing, and I intend to keep it that way for some time. I love punk and alternative music, but classical is rad too, and I really like writing my own music. I'm a pretty loud LGBT+ rights supporter, and I'm...

Hello, my name is Mina. I'm fifteen years old, living in Kidderminster with my mum and sister. I spend a fairly large portion of my life writing, and I intend to keep it that way for some time. I love punk and alternative music, but classical is rad too, and I really like writing my own music. I'm a pretty loud LGBT+ rights supporter, and I'm very interested in memes. Someday I hope to become a professional meme.

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Mina, 15, from Kidderminster has some 'interesting' advice for teachers about relating to teenagers!

Mina, 15, from Kidderminster  has some 'interesting' advice for teachers about relating to teenagers!
At Laughology we are passionate about giving young people a voice – so that’s just what we’ve done.  Below you’ll find a great blog from Mina.  A big thank you to Mina for her time and effort on this, we know you’ll love reading this as much as we did and it’s a fab insight into teenagers, their thoughts, beliefs and...
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