BBC The Social contributors look at the issues affecting young people in Scotland today.
Why are so many people rejecting the term feminist?
Esther works as a stripper and has actually heard all of these things.
A playlist of videos from BBC The Social's LGBTQI+ contributors.
Don't get done for contempt of court.
“I felt guilty, like by skipping my period I was cheating nature”
Instead of asking "what's wrong with you?" people are asking "what happened to you?"
Ross loves a night out, but he can't go to certain places…
If someone close to you has been affected by sexual violence, reach out to them.
Katy Johnston goes for her smear test to show how easy it is.
After a call to Radio Scotland, we began investigating pickup artist, Addy A-Game.
"Let's embrace our differences, ESPECIALLY during times like these"
A bouncer accused Ross of being too drunk or on drugs because of his disability.
Nobody knows the right thing to say when you lose a loved one.
A stranger helped Tasnim when someone shouted islamophobic abuse at her and her kids.
These are the things you can do to support yourself after sexual assault.
Fi Munro is living with stage 4 ovarian cancer and believes self-care is so important.
Statistically speaking, you know someone with a stoma!
"Be sad, be strong, be vulnerable, be bold. Just be yourself, man"
Disabled people don't always have to be "inspirational" or pitied!
We've heard a lot about CBD oil… but will it actually work for Stephanie?
Aisha breaks down the common misconceptions about women and Islam.
"We are those in a place of anxiety and social distress"
So many iconic Glasgow streets are named after plantation owners.
Black people helped shape Scotland's history, but we don't often hear about that.
What not to say to someone with a stutter!
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