And it certainly wasn't the first time. Winfrey was a teen herself when she learned that simply by liking something, she had the ability to make it uncool. An avid Chuck Klosterman fan, she was reading one of his books when she came across a line that made her realize she was "definitely The Other when it came to his books. He was talking about hair metal … and he said something to the effect that hair metal's decline was due, mostly, to teenage girls," she writes. Getty Images While many teens report being mocked for their interests by friends or family members, often it's the media that throws the hardest punches. When Zayn Malik announced he was leaving One Direction earlier this year, fans of the boy band turned to social media to share their heartbreak — and they were judged harshly for it.
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And who can blame them? Enter the Internet, and Instagram: In a survey released earlier this month, three quarters of teens said they were using Instagram as their go-to app. They can obsess over their friendships, monitoring social ups and downs in extreme detail. They can strategically post at high traffic hours when they know peers are killing time between homework assignments. Instagram, then, is a new way for girls to chase the feeling of being liked that eludes so many of them. Instagram becomes an popularity meter and teens learn to manipulate the levers of success.
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Meiji era Japan would make sense, but there are a couple of fairly heavyweight looking japan-based games on the horizon so I think they will be put off for the meanwhile. I would quite like an into the eagles nest WW2 era assassin's creed, but I worry that the introduction of automatic weapons could sour the mix. I have often thought certain games could benefit from a licencing arrangement when they run low on historical eras or backdrops. AC: the faceless (men for example with the GoT licence.