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So even if your kid doesn't use one, they may get exposed to one through their friends.Also, the thrill of meeting new people in a seemingly consequence-free environment may pique the interest of So, what can you do?When you ask a couple how they met, it's pretty common for them to answer, "On the internet." So, it's no surprise that online dating has trickled down to teens.And though most opt for Snapchat or Instagram to widen their social circles, some are curious enough to try one of the many messaging apps that promise to help them "make new friends." While these apps are designed more for casual communication than are the mainstream fee-based dating services such as Match and Ok Cupid, they make it super easy to text, video-chat, and share pics with strangers.If you’re somehow still questioning the purpose of this app, check out its site.It’s littered with elegant one-liners that put it quite simply: “this is a dating app”: “join for free and get laid tonight!
You can access every single adult personal profile, use the search engine, chat and use our message board, all for free without signing up to Adult Cyber Dating.At this point, most parents would say "no way" and stop reading right now.But these apps are a fact of life for many teens (especially LGBTQ youth who may not have a supportive community at school).If you learn your teen is using dating apps, take the opportunity to talk about using social media safely and responsibly -- and discuss what's out of bounds.Keep lines of communication open, especially since teens sometimes hide these apps in "vaults" or apps that look harmless (such as a calculator).