Should you let your teenager on Yellow app: Tinder for the young?

Should you let your teenager on Yellow app,  the new flirting/dating site used by over 7 million generation Z’s and dubbed the Tinder for young people?

Well the short answer is, not if you don’t want your child judged purely by aesthetics and not if you don’t want them asked every other minute to send out some nudes to random strangers.

But let’s look at some facts first.

Yellow works very much in the same way as the adult dating site Tinder. Essentially you view a stream of photos of people within whatever geographical location you decide and then you choose your potential suitors based on their profile pic and swipe left or right depending on whether said pic floats your boat. If they like you in return, voila, you have a match and can go ahead messaging each other, chatting and arranging a time to ‘hook up’.

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