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We do our best to educate and monitor their internet actions but I learned how easy it is for good kids to be targeted and slowly sucked into participating in a way that is not of their usual is coming from a kid and I dont care if im the only one telling the truth. im not saying all are bad but in the majority there is a lot of sexual content, swearing, and violance. it will tear them down and make then frell completly useless.I am an artist and i have met amazng people on the art amino but there are also A LOT of people who dicaurge you.ive been told that my art sucks and i should just stop trying. I search for victums in every comunity and i target then to be the nicest to.it hurts me as a child to think that this is what we are being exposed to.Every app that has a private message feature has people who speak sexually.From my personal experience, if you screenshot the conversation and report it to a leader or the Amino Team themselves, it is usually handled quickly.There are some communities that children shouldn't be in, but I think it should be fine as long as you monitor what communities your kids are in from time to time. A lot of people claim it should be 16 or 18 , but that is incorrect.If your child or teenager has a sexual conversation online, you cannot blame the app.
Make sure they understand cyber safety and assure them that if they feel in danger that you can help them no matter what. My daughter and her friends are obsessed with this app.
Even though there are some inappropriate people on the app, you can always block them.
Also some people are really fun to RP with ( roleplay ), and some are nice and don't want to know any personal info.
It is my responsibility as a parent to monitor my child's usage of the app, you can log into the app on two devices at once so it's easy to monitor.
If I see any bad content I either remove him from the community or report any bad behaviour because every community has guidelines on the app and they are all child friendly, as long as you let the community leader know who's doing what, they can resolve the problem.