Started by a fourteen-year-old in search of the true meaning of womanhood, Young Sisters is a collection of photographs and experiences celebrating teenage girls. Not the teenage experience promoted by Hollywood, but the true stories and experiences of teen girls around the world. Five years and numerous interviews later, this one-of-a-kind documentary creatively combines handwritten testimonies, photographs by Anna Leung, and transcripts of recorded interviews of the subjects. It is both a celebration of budding womanhood and a lament of the loss of innocence. This documentary is truly a book by a teenager for teens and the people who influence their lives such as parents, teachers, and mentors.
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Tableof Contents Introduction
Rise Up Sisters
Giving Back to Society
Hard Knock Life
Relationships Sex Pregnancy ProLife and Adoption
Aisha and Judith
Lindsay Lisa Carolyn and Alison
abortion abuse adopted afraid America anymore baby beautiful believe blah boyfriend breast cancer can’t cause child Child Abuse China coke cool Covenant House Crisis doctor don’t feel don’t want Dream everyday Everyman11 everything experience feel felt female Flonia friends fucked give go back gonna group home guys happen hate he’s heart high school Hotline Human Trafficking I’ve Italian kids kind kinda LilHamster listen live look mammogram Marilyn Monroe mean mother never okay paranoid parents person photography pregnant pretty problems programs ProLife psychology realize referrals relationship Sarah scared scary second doctor sexual Shakeya shit Smack society someone sometimes speak started stuff surgery talk teachers teen tell there’s things thought told virgin wait wasn’t week weird what’s wouldn’t wrong Yeah you’re Young Sisters youth