BBC The Social contributors look at the issues affecting young people in Scotland today.
A playlist of videos from BBC The Social's LGBTQI+ contributors.
"If you've lost someone close to you, you're not fine."
"A near-death experience changed my perspective on life."
Zahra on being open about mental health in an Asian community.
We can all help each other and fight this together.
Mandy talks to a former porn addict.
If you have a disability, technology can completely change your life.
Yep, we’re dropping the C word.
When you hear the words ""homeless unit"" don't assume the worst.
Don't let anxiety ruin your festival. Here are some wee tips...
Scout helped Eilidh's mental health after she had surgery.
Emma talks about life after her brother, Gary, tragically took his own life in 2014.
Think twice before you pressure a victim of sexual violence into reporting.
"We're just normal people trying to get by."
Sometimes it feels like you'll never be "normal" again.
Sometimes you've got to fake confidence until you start really feeling it.
"We need more stories that bring about a better understanding of Muslims."
These Glasgow venues are leading the way for accessibility!
Journalist, Vonny LeClerc, has experienced harassment online for over a year now.
Margaret was raised by her grandparents and never knew her dad.
Divorce can be hard enough without judgement from the people around you.
You’d think it would be easy but a lot of your favourite films don’t pass!
Rory told the world about living with a visible difference and it changed his life!
"If you're going to use disability as someone's storyline, make sure you get it right."
It's one of the most common neurological conditions in the world.