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I think that most teens who are too mature for Seventeen read adult stuff. I'm 19 now, and thuurghoot my teenage years, I've read magazines like National Geographic, Newsweek, and Scientific American. I did often read books from the young adult section, because there's plenty of age-appropriate, intelligently-written stuff there (as long as you stay away from Gossip Girl and the like). Nowadays, though, plots about high school seem irrelevant to me, so I just read adult fiction. Everything aimed at college students is, for the most part, junk.I'm glad, though, that you found some magazines that are still aimed at teenagers but aren't stupid. For socially progressive teens, I'd add GOOD magazine to the list. It's an optimistic, well-written magazine about social issues like education and environmentalism. It's not aimed at teenagers by any means, but it'll inspire you.
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