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MOGO Charms Review

When it comes to girls and fashion accessories, MOGO Charms just click! These fun charms “click” into their very own charmbands so you can collect, share, trade and match your charms to your mood! Check out the review right here on Kidzworld!

The MOGO Story

More than just jewelry, MOGO was created by Paige Clark who works with rescue horses on a farm in Washington State. Paige got the idea for her “clickable” charm bracelets when she tried to fix some old horse blankets with magnets instead of Velcro. Paige’s love for animals means that MOGO supports a new shelter animal who has been rescued each month – what a great cause!

Clickable Collections

Because they are magnets that simply click into place on a charmband, you can switch up your charms at any time to match your mood. MOGO charms come in a range of different collections, and each collection tells a different story. MOGO’s many charm collections include:

  • Key To My Heart
  • Peace & Love
  • Animal Attraction
  • Big Apple

Mood Matcher

Not sure what charms to wear today? Check out MOGO’s cool Mood Matcher tool, which asks you a series of questions to find out what kind of mood you’re in today! The final answer will determine what charms you should click into place on your charmband before you head out of the house! Or, visit the Design Studio to design your own unique charmband, step by step!

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hugebear
hugebear posted in Family Issues:
You doesnt have to come out to your family until your ready and until they is ready too.  If you blurt it out it could be the shock.  You says that you think your Mums side of the family will be more supportive.  Has you got an Aunty or Uncle what you could discuss this with?  An adult member of your family what is most likely supportive  could probably give the best advises on how to tell your family and when and how and prepares you for how they will react. Good luck mate and takes your time :angel
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Mrawsomegamer
I think my mothers side of the family would be fine with it. It's my dad's side I'm most concerned about. My dad says some dreadfully terrible remarks about homosexual people. I think I'm not gunna tell him at all. Ever...  Either way. Thanks for the advice!
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Kirsteeeeen
If you don't think that you'll be in a safe situation (for example, your parents try to kick you out, or hurt you physically or emotionally) than you should definitely wait to tell them. I think you'll know when the time is right. We can't tell you how they'll react, but I bet you can sort of figure it out from how they feel and act about these topics.  Remember, you are not obligated to tell anybody at all. It's personal. Wait until you're for sure ready to tell them. And when you do, tell them the way in which it's easiest. Get your point across, offer resources, reassurance, and give them time. 
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Mrawsomegamer
Hey guys, so I do kinda have a personal issue, but I need to tell my family about it. Truth is, I'm not even sure how they'll even react. Very few of my friends know, only the ones I trust anyway... I'm gay. Or at least bisexual. I kinda had a thing for girls, but that was a long time ago. I think I'm fully gay. I have a very supportive boyfriend, who loves me with all his heart. But that's not what it's about; it's actually coming out to my family, whom I know some of them are quite homophobic. Homophobia runs in my family. Sorta...  It makes my stomach turn when I think about it. I sometimes look into the mirror, look at myself and think if my conscience suddenly made me decide I was gay, or if I was born with it. Science tells us that we are born that way, due to lack of man chemicals entering a boys brain when in development. I feel like I've chosen it (even though I know deep inside I haven't) to be gay, probably because of my family almost forcing me into getting a girlfriend and such. I come from a Catholic family, to make things even worse. I'm like the only practising person in my family, but somehow I feel that they'll use my Faith against me if I come out.  So, should I just wait until I'm older? How do I know when the time is right? How will they even react? How should I even say it?  Please help!
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Kirsteeeeen
Kirsteeeeen posted in Friends:
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