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Teenage Conformity Teenagers today face many issues One of the most common but often overlooked is that of finding their own true identities Although some teens will find themselves most simply choose to conform To conform means to be or become of the same form They become like everyone else is In other words they become like sheep following and never leading Instead of being an entirely unique entity with their own mind and thoughts they become a carbon copy of numerous others Take clothes for example teenagers will buy incredibly overpriced clothing They are willing to pay any price for clothing made by Calvin Klein Tommy Hillfiger and Gap They are willing to spend all the money they make from their jobs on these clothes instead of doing something much wiser like saving for college Some teenagers will even go as far as having more than one job in order to have enough to purchase those 120 jeans Why Is it that these clothes are of better quality More durable No they purchase them simply because they dont want to be different or stand out The people they conceive to be their friends or those they wish to be friends with are wearing these labels and so they feel compelled to wear them too They see the ads in magazines on television and hear them on the radio We also cant forget the fact that the stars are wearing these labels and if famous people are wearing them they must be cool right Teenagers need to step back and say to themselves Is it really that important that I dress like my friends Would it be that big of a deal if I dressed the way I wanted to In the past the next issue has been primarily focused toward girls although recently it is becoming an increasing concern for young men Teenagers today open a magazine and see
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