If you are a girl you’ve probably received a message in your Facebook inbox that starts with “So it’s that time of year again when we try to raise awareness for breast cancer through a game…” The aim is to post a status where your birth month corresponds to a place, and your birth date […]
“I’ll take you to the hospital!” My mother’s words. It wasn’t the first time that we talked about it, but she was really worried on this occasion. I ignored her though. I stopped listening a long time ago… My life had always been ‘normal’. I had friends, hobbies, and school wasn’t going too badly. I […]
The internet is an amazing thing. We have access to an unlimited amount of information. There is no subject that hasn’t been written about or discussed. You can listen to, watch, read and download anything by the click of a mouse. And young people love it; in fact teens use the internet three hours more […]
When I was 17 I met a girl and fell in love with her. She was great and we stayed together for many years. Shortly after our first anniversary she had a breakdown – she shut down and couldn’t cope with life. She was ill for a long time. I never told my family because […]
Exposure has produced a fun and lively video (see below) tackling the growing problem of adolescent obesity. Made with some effervescent pupils from Broomfield School and commissioned by Enfield Council’s Youth Support Service, the video is designed to inform young people about the importance of healthy eating and regular exercise, in a clear and accessible […]
Brilliant animation and poem published by Exposure partner CALM, which works to prevent suicide in young men. 77% of all people that take their life are male. Watch the film, share the film. Save a life.
Did you know the average British woman is a size 14? Yet, according to a survey in an article from a 2011 issue of Female First magazine, one-in-two think they are too fat. I can imagine women avoiding looking in the mirror because they fear seeing the slightest imperfections that don’t measure up to the […]
I am Meow Meow, but that’s not my only name: 4MMC, Meph, Plant Fertiliser, Plant Food, Charge, Bounce, Bubbles, Drone, MC, Miaow and Mcat. I am well known as Mephedrone. You inhale me. I am extremely addictive. I come as a white powder in a capsule or a small clear bag. I am about 95% […]
Joe Marshall discovers what Haringey Shed have been up to over the summer
Joe Marshall on an immigrant's disillusionment with the American dream
Exposure finds out more about careers in the police force
Julia Shikunta reports on why young people should develop a positive relationship with technology
Alicia Partner on how bereavement has made her a courageous teenager
Alicia Partner reports on the why we should control media consumption
Joe Marshall on a musical which takes you on a journey downstream
Tash Alexander shares a great opportunity to pick up some new skills and perform...