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Quickly, my warning alarms wouldn’t allow it any longer.It didn’t make any sense to me that my daughter or any of these children for that matter would want to interact in this fictional online life.As an avid Instagram user, I allowed my daughter who is almost twelve to have an Instagram account.Many of her peers are on Instagram, a couple of cousins, and her parents, so we decided it would be o.k for her as well.Evidently, “role-playing” is an online activity where tweens and teens are assuming roles of famous people they admire and using images of them taken off the internet, in turn, creating an online fictional fantasy world.My daughter was very straightforward with what she was doing, and the role she was assuming, so, I reluctantly let her continue. Although, we let her continue, my parenting alarms kept telling me that something wasn’t right about letting our daughter assume a role of somebody that she wasn’t.I am no longer allowing my daughter to have an Instagram account.Many children have Instagram accounts that are under the age of thirteen.
It made me sick to my stomach, especially since my daughter was engaging in this “Role-play” and most likely came across these photos and hashtags.
On one particular occasion, however, I noticed that her account name she was using wasn’t her real name.
When I asked her who this person was, she said she was pretending to be the sister of a band she loves, One Direction, and it was just something called “Role-play”.
People can upload photos or videos to Instagram and share them with their followers or with a select group of friends.
They can also view, comment and like posts shared by their friends on Instagram.