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Want to know what we're into? We'll link to anything from fashion to funny pictures of cats. If we like it we'll link it. We'll be updating the list as we come across more favourite sites.

Think your website is something our readers would be interested in? Send us an email to info.attitudemag@gmail.com and we'll get back to you.

Blogs and Other Things to Read

Looking for more things to read online? Here are some of our favourite reads.

Rookie Mag is a great US-based online magazine for teens started by blogger Tavi Gevinson.

Text From Dog needs no real explanation. It's a blog sharing the text convos a guy has with his dog. If you don't laugh you should probably get your funny bone checked out.

YouTube Channels

Want to waste hours on YouTube? We don't have time for watching Rebecca Black videos because we're already to busy with these channels.

Fine Brothers Productions are team behind the 'Teens React To' and 'Kids React To' videos. Hours of hilarious videos.
Bad Lip Reading make the movies you love--and the movies you hate--a whole lot funnier. "You cow sack, your dog spit this evil grunge at me."
The Vlog Brothers are two brothers who also have a YouTube channel. If you like geeky things you'll probably love the Vlog Brothers.


Here are a few fashion related links for all the fashionable ladies and fellas we have in our mix.

ASOS have free shipping and a great returns policy.
Polyvore is a must visit site for any fashion lover. Put

Need Help?

We talk about a lot of fun stuff at Attitude, but many teens are affected daily by a lot more serious issues. There's always someone to talk to, regardless of your situation.

The Kids Helpline is for anyone between the ages of 5 and 25. They offer free counselling and help services over the phone or online.
Youth Beyond Blue are there to help teenagers and young people suffering from depression or anxiety.
Suicide Prevention Australia offer help to anyone who has thought about suicide or has been affected by suicide.
Lifeline provides crisis support and suicide prevention. They are available to take calls 24 hours a day.

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