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.
"This happens when you don't listen to us..please seek out and movies by autistic creators
Olivia wants siblings to be part of the conversation around neurodiversity.
Ever seen someone wearing a sunflower lanyard and wondered what it meant? Sarinah explains
Esther demonstrates an exercise to do as soon as you feel anxiety coming on
"We should all take a step back and put ourselves in other people's shoes"
Cole takes a look at the dark legacy of Hans Asperger.
"Acceptance is more important than awareness"
This is what it's like to live with long COVID.
If you've been dealing with grief recently, these tips from Stella are really valuable
"Your body shape is valid no matter what anyone says"
Scott looks at the perceptions around doctors and surgeons who have tattoos.
John's an amputee and is often asked how he drives with one leg.
"Picture that, you're 24...doing a will, a funeral plan"
“The pandemic doesn’t make your struggles any less valid or worthy of support”
Iris and Stella find out about boring Zoom classes and their impact on mental health.
"We've been forced to socially isolate since day one of the lockdown"
Esther explains how you can stimulate your natural hormones so that they work for you.
Jack questions whether, as a young, hip and trendy disabled man, he’s an inspiration?
A simple practice that could help ease some anxiety.
We know about fight or flight but there are other stress responses.
Anyone else got a rough case of the post-uni blues?
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.