Out Came the Girls

To find belonging, teen girls sometimes form obsessive friendships to fend off the isolation that puberty brings at the twilight of their childhood. In this exceptionally well-researched piece, Alex Mar recalls two real-life events in which teen-girl duos became murderous and why these obsessive friendships devolved into a pact to do evil.

Author: Alex Mar
Source: VQR
Published: Sep 22, 2017
Length: 38 minutes (9,522 words)
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