I know it’s not really an actual problem, but I’ve honestly felt lost lately because I have no clue what kind of game I want to play and it’s kinda frustrating (sorry for the rant)
I hope this doesn’t come off as an “I don’t understand this new social media thing, so I hate it and I think it is going to rot my kid’s brain.”
If my kid wants to play single-player games, even if they have gores, horrors, sex scenes. I don’t mind letting them play these games because I trust my ability to guide them and to point out and explain any potentially problematic areas.
But with social media, things are totally different. While Instagram and Facebook, Snapchat still let you just engage with your friends, many others just open up to the public and anyone can engage. Things like Discord, Twitter, and pretty much everything comments section under an online video and online game voice lobbies. Knowing that behind those aren’t codes and pixels but real human beings make me uncomfortable.
Not to say that we should just ban social media, but that anything that just opens up to the public should have a 17+ tag on it.
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