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No one, however, has been quite as ahead of the pack when it comes to unconventional raging as teenagers. A slew of recent headlines shocking parents with the question, "Is teen getting drunk on hand sanitizer?
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In response, we have taken this product off sale, pending further investigation.” Independent producer Rachel Seifert spent two months playing this seemingly innocent game posing as a young girl.
She found alongside the balloons and teddies, chats and interactions of an explicit sexual nature. Rachel said: “The chat was very sexual, perverse, violent, pornographic, overtly sexual acts, people saying they were going to do things to others, and it was very graphic.
Every couple of months or so, news stations everywhere catch wind of a new "Dangerous Teen Trend! Then again, with reports of kids that can't even getting into an R-rated movie sipping vodka via their eyeballs and passing around bowls of prescription drugs like Cheetos, child's play clearly isn't what it used to be.
Whether the media is causing hysteria over isolated incidents or teenagers really are, in fact, idiots that like to get high off of poop, the list of epidemics taking over schools is as laughable as it is expansive.
The game is set in a virtual hotel, where kids create avatars with which they can move around rooms, chat to other users in public or privately and even buy credits in the real world to furnish their virtual hotel room.
However, Channel 4 News found the site to be full of pornographic sexual chat, despite the fact it is aimed at children as young as 13 years old.
Tapestries is based around a culture nexus, where furry characters from different backgrounds may interact with each other.
This definition includes humanoid beings such as elves, ogres, or centaurs -- humans used to be against the game's policies to enforce theming and avoid furry-bashing, but have been permitted as of September 2014.