Website review by Karen Wirsing, Common Sense Media
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Common Sense says

age 18+

Less pop culture, more sexy stuff in chatrooms and profiles.

Parents say

age 16+

Based on 9 reviews

Kids say

age 18+

Based on 3 reviews

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age 17+

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Too much sex
age 18+

Ex teenspot user

I used teenspot to help me face being gay. I totally agree with past users that there were plenty of nasty and vile individuals. But this is the internet... dont open your heart or peraonal information to anyone. The options were there to have a provate profile and set restrictions just like facebook. There was an option to report innapropriate behaviour. And you were not forced to put sexuality or your marital status in. I think everyone paints this site in auch a harsh light. Ita just like facebook is now. All teens used it and most didnt bother with the security optiona goven to them and talked to strangers and gave their details away. I met my boyfriend of now 3 years off the site. I moved down to where he lives and am extremely happy so all in all. If you are clied up with safety you would have had a reasonably pleasent experience.

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