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Since its first episode in 1998, True Life has provided a window into the struggles, hopes, and dreams of young people. Narrated solely by its characters, each episode documents the unusual--and often remarkable--circumstances of real individuals, whether it's about soldiers returning from Iraq, deaf teenagers, or people living with autism. We've given all of them--and hundreds of others--the opportunity to tell their own stories directly to their peers in this powerful, Emmy award winning series that uniquely reflects the experiences and cultures of this generation.
A one-hour docu-series following a group of up-&-coming hip hop artists as they navigate their music careers in Atlanta. Lead by their "Mom-agers" & "Dad-agers" who are the ones really calling the shots.
They don't identify as entirely male or female. On this episode of True Life, meet two young people who live outside the gender binary.
Can these young people turn unicorn worship and a time traveling alien cult into the world's next great faith?
Many young people work odd jobs in order to support themselves, but on this episode of True Life, you'll meet two straight guys who star in gay porn films for a living
On this episode of True Life you'll meet two people who want to look like anime characters every day of their lives, no matter what anyone else thinks. How far will they go to live out their cartoon fantasies?
Three young people meld man and machine by implanting technology into their own bodies.
Some people travel great distances to find real love. On this episode of True Life, you'll meet two women who found it very close to home…with their cousins. Will they lose the support of everyone around them because of it?
When their parents undergo life-changing transitions, two young people must adjust to the transformation.
A young woman has been eating soap since she was eight years old; a person ingests up to seven glue sticks in a day.
Two young people worry that in their journey to find religion, they are losing themselves in the process.
Two young, HIV positive people struggle to find love while dealing with the challenges of their diagnoses.
Young people refuse to take "no'' for an answer after a breakup, resorting to cat fishing and cyber stalking.
People marrying folks they barely know share their stories.
On this episode of True Life, you'll meet two young people who believe they are real life witches with supernatural powers.
Two young people make use of smart drugs in order to hack into their brains.
Tony Marrero, Patience Carter, Tiara Parker and Joshua McGill recall the harrowing attack at the Pulse Nightclub on June 12, as they struggle to get their lives back on track in True Life: We are Orlando.
Two people practice financial domination, where men are humiliated and their money is controlled.
Two plus-sized women engage in a fetish called Feedism, where partners are fed in a sexual, intimate way.
The lives of two young people are directly impacted by their parents' use of opioids.
Two young people recover from a recent gunshot wound, both mentally and physically.
Two young men plan to go to Syria to fight against ISIS alongside the Kurdish people as part of the Kurdish independent militia.
Three people that live their lives as ``adult babies''; they wear diapers, use pacifiers and drink from sippy cups; each searches for their perfect mommy or daddy to complete their fetish.
People have a difficult time achieving orgasm; a man's ability is hindered by Zoloft; a life-long testosterone deficiency.
People seek risky, extreme behaviors in their sex lives.
The partners of transgendered people are changing their sexual orientations to keep their relationships intact.
People who suffer a condition where everyday sounds render life unbearable.
People travel outside of the U.S. to find answers about Ayahuasca.
A woman wants to test her ideals by joining an urban commune in New York City; a man wants to improve focus by joining an established commune.
Two young men find out that their one-night stands have become lifelong commitments to children they never knew they had.
On this episode of True Life: I'm Dying for the Applause, we meet two people who are sacrificing themselves on the altar of fame.
On this episode of True Life: I'm Breaking Beauty Norms, we meet two people who defy the typical standard of beauty.
Two people are dedicated to preventing crime in their neighborhoods.
Choices must be made.
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