Sites in this category must be strictly for teens. They must be sites where young people can interact with each other and "leave their mark" on the site. Sites that offer clubs, give kids a chance to write reviews, and sites that offer free home pages are good examples of online communities. However, just offering one of these things doesn't make a site a community. Sites for this category will be carefully screened and must meet the criteria of a community.
Online Communities are sites where people with similar interests can communicate with each other, learn, and contribute. Contribution is the defining factor of an online community.
[ Kids/Teens/Mature Teens ] Provides forums, quizzes, blogs, photograph galleries and articles for Filipina teens.
[ Teens/Mature Teens ] Includes advice, games, forums, links, and chat for teenagers.
[ Teens/Mature Teens ] Organization aimed at getting youth involved in a global dialog, through email and chat, online projects, and message boards.
[ Mature Teens ] A teen community wrapped around an online magazine where teens can get fashion tips, advice, and chat.
[ Teens/Mature Teens ] Offers free ecards, free web pages, weekly horoscopes, Internet safety tips, and searchable questions and answers about teen life.
[ Mature Teens ] Malaysia's social news network. Includes news and articles about lifestyle, sports, entertainment and tech.
[ Teens/Mature Teens ] Offers moderated forums and articles covering health, emotional issues, music and family.
People and Society
Sports and Hobbies