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Because “Spotafriend” was in the top spot, I downloaded it and began to login with my personal Facebook account. Well, this very high tech safe guard sequence was literally me, taking a selfie, holding up three fingers. I’m a 42 year old woman; who is not supposed to be using this app, according to their disclaimer. It’s hard to meet new friends when you’re stuck in school with the same people all day, year after year. And isn’t it up to their parents to expose them to different cultures and lifestyles? Given the fact that kids are in fact having sex younger these days, this combination has danger written all over it. I have to say that at first glance, most photos are relatively innocent looking and very selfie-ish and very few teens bother to write anything about themselves in the description. Do I initiate contact with one of these kids, for the purpose of journalism or just delete the app? I go back to Google and find some pre-press for this app from earlier this year. Built for i Phone, Spotafriend has a security feature to block adults and predators….” Secure my ass! Clearly there is no real safe guard, age restriction or parental control within this app, which frightens me.

The app then asks me to upload a photo of myself (which I found on Google) and walks me through a tutorial. Isn’t it time you did something a little different? Bravo to your copywriter for her bullseye on teen angst, though. I’m going to pause here for a teen sex fact from the CDC. The highest rate of infection is among 15 to 19-year-olds. If I do “like” someone, I am going to have to test a theory here and go straight for the 17-19 year olds. Oh but I forgot, as a teen today, I should be open to trying something different.

In fact, 17% of teens rate Instagram as the most important social network according to Fact Browser, which is up five percent from the previous year.

Tumblr began as a platform for micro-blogs and has evolved into the number one social media network for teens.

Maybe they're afraid they'll get cooties, but this is high school so I doubt it's that—but it sure feels that way. Unless, it was a group of trans kids…and that's a whole different story worthy of its own sitcom. We giggled a lot, and had fun on our "playdates." We peck-kissed a couple of times.Some of the best places online to meet other teens aren't actually labeled as dating sites; instead, they are geared toward socializing and meeting other people with similar interests.Instagram began as a way to share photos with friends but has quickly evolved into a social media platform that allows users to meet new people.It makes me scared for teenagers today”, says one mother.Another tells me that she deleted all teen apps from her son’s phone, and told him: “He needs to learn to talk to girls in the right way, and that is not through apps.”I waited a few hours, received no likes back and had no conversations.

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