Rookie Yearbook Three by Tavi GevinsonRookiemag.com is a website created by and for young women to make the best of the beauty, pain and awkwardness of being a teenager. When it becomes tough to appreciate such things, we have good plain fun and visual pleasure. When youre sick of having to be happy all the time, we have lots of rants, too. Every school year, we compile the best from the site into a print yearbook. Behold: our Junior year!
In Rookie Yearbook Three, we explore cures for love, girl-on-girl crime, open relationships, standing for something, embracing our inner posers, and so much more. Featuring interviews with Rookie role models like Sofia Coppola, Amandla Stenberg, Greta Gerwig, and Kim Gordon, and a bonus section chock-full of exclusive content including a pizza pennant, sticker sheet, valentines, plus advice and contributions from Lorde, Shailene Woodley, Dakota and Elle Fanning, Grimes, Kelis, Sia, Abbi Jacobson and Ilana Glazer of Broad City, Haim, and more!
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By Amy Plitt Tue Apr 9 Thom Yorke, right, with Nigel Godrich. Allow me a personal moment: I was an awkward, mopey teenager who wasn't? I was far more comfortable reading books and listening to music than talking to people I liked, and subsequently didn't date much. Musically, Britpop was my preferred genre, and even though Radiohead doesn't fall squarely into that category, it was one of my absolute favorite bands. During the summer of , right after OK Computer came out, I listened to almost nothing but Radiohead especially the band's album, The Bends, easily one of the most depressing records of all time , and spent a lot of time mooning over the fact that I didn't have a boyfriend.
Ask a Grown Man: Jason Reynolds The Rookie Podcast, Episode Nine: Just Love What You Love Ask a Grown Person: Kate Berlant & John Early.
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In the past month, swarms of mouse clicks and keyboard taps convinced the White House to surrender their prized beer recipe and motivated the president to answer questions on Reddit , but can the internet get Obama to answer questions for teen girls about boys and kissing? Rookie, an online publication for teenage girls, began a Twitter campaign Sunday to get President Obama on their Ask a Grown Man feature. In the feature, celebrities including Jon Hamm, Paul Rudd and Judd Apatow record videos of themselves answering readers' questions. Abigail: "At what age do you think boys turn into men so they are not immature? It's the site's most popular feature and obama4grownman tweeters hope to add the first father to the star-studded crew of advice-providing grown men. The hashtag quickly spread across the world — and beyond Rookie's target demographics — with young men, older women and fathers joining in on the campaign. Rookie editorial director Anaheed Alani created the hashtag which attracted more attention than she expected.
Despite the fact that Tavi Gevinson is and therefore bang on in the middle of Seventeen 's demo--the teenage blogger superstar is not too keen on the magazine. Which is kind of the reason why she started her very own and totally awesome teen magazine Rookie in the first place. So, you can imagine her ire when Seventeen not-so-subtly ripped off Rookie 's Ask a Grown Man feature with its Ask an A-lister feature. For those of you unfamiliar with Ask a Grown Man, it's this awesome feature that has adult celebrities like John Hamm and Judd Apatow honestly answering reader-submitted questions via a home computer camera--it's un-produced and completely genuine and if you haven't watched the John Hamm one watch it now. Seventeen 's take however, plays up the celebrity angle and has the so-called "A-lister" done up in hair and makeup and filmed in the magazine's offices. Sure, she's right.