BBC The Social contributors look at the issues affecting young people in Scotland today, including medical, educational and personal issues.
A playlist of videos from BBC The Social's LGBTQI+ contributors.
Jessica explores MMS therapy which can be peddled as a “cure” for autism.
Molly talks about her experience with dyslexia at school.
Sarinah discusses autistic meltdowns – what they are and how to identify them.
Emily Brown goes undercover to investigate the world of unregulated filler.
We should appreciate and look out for the people who work in hospitality.
"How do we go about changing such deeply ingrained attitudes?"
Feiya has received racist abuse during the pandemic.
Zara moves away from all her pals for uni and now they don't approve of her new boyfriend.
Look after yourself and stay connected.
“I’m realising now just how important my job is”.
Ali has spent the majority of his life with the visible skin condition called Vitiligo.
Sam not only struggled with his diagnosis but with losing friends too.
Rhys’s love of nursing came from caring for her dad.
The everyday life of a young wheelchair user in Edinburgh.
Trigger warnings are an issue of much debate.
Just because people have scars, doesn't make them evil masterminds.
This is the story of how Grant found confidence within himself to be... himself!
"Getting pregnant as a teenager doesn't stop you from achieving your dreams".
"Stop looking at the disability, look at the person first."
Amy is learning to live with her rare form of diffuse alopecia.
As Holocaust survivors grow older, who will tell their story?
Spoken word piece about mental health awareness with Martin O'Neil.
Nobody wants to pee in a glorified closet.
"Imagine it was your brother or your sister that was separated from you today."