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But there are also plenty of benefits, especially for teens’ health.
“When kids don’t grow up before they’re ready, they’re protected from things like alcohol and sex,” says Twenge.
If one person posts a photo of a nude statue, however, and a single friend flags it for showing “too much bare skin,” that photo could, and indeed has been, suspended.
[The big myth Facebook needs everyone to believe] Not all of Facebook’s teen dating groups are inherently evil, however.
Like most large social networks, Facebook relies almost entirely on users to police each other and proactively report content that violates site standards.
“Teens are safer and healthier than they’ve ever been,” she says, “and that’s obviously a very good thing.” (The latter statistic comes from research Twenge did for her new book, MORE: Teens Are Getting More Depressed But Using Fewer Drugs The new study did not investigate why maturity has slowed among teenagers, but the researchers have a few guesses.Since then, 28 hours have passed — and the page is still up.“Parents please keep your eye out for other groups like this one,” one mother wrote.In the comments of the infamous “Teen Dating and Flirting,” a boy named Jordan has been pushing his alternative: a closed group he created called “Øffîčïåł :) Téëñš Øñłÿ Grøüp ,” which bans adults, bullying, self-harm and anything “RELATED TO SEXUAL STUFF.” It includes the number for the National Suicide Prevention Hotline in its sidebar, and promises to weed out anyone who’s older than 19.The idea, one administrator told The Post via Facebook chat, is that teens can connect and discuss things online that they may not be able to discuss in person.