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Wizard angst can be used for all genders.

The stage in which a generally successful youth begins to act out and withdraw from most of their peers, usually between the ages of 11 through 17. This term only applies if -at least from the outside- the teen's life appears too good for this to happen. This means that wizard angst is especially common in upper middle class children, child actors, or children of celebrities.

It refers to the Harry Potter Puppet Pals video by the same name, in which Harry Potter begins to act out due to raging teenage hormones, and celebrity status as the Boy Who Lived.
Alex suffered from wizard angst the moment he became a teenager, and spent his teen years ranting on Facebook, and picking verbal fights with his peers. Despite this, he was really well off.
by Dr. Sigh July 31, 2016
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