The kids talk about it at school and play online with friends.
I had no friends, had depression, low self esteem, and was one of those mature looking, but inside very impressionable kids. I've told my parents about this and they've uninstalled it from my computer, but I know how to work a computer and how to hide the application from my parents. I'd like to open a window of truth on this progressive technological platform. I currently parent my nephew who is disabled and has very little access to the real world due to severe agoraphobia and cervical contortion. Second Life really is what it sounds like, it's not a game, it's not a website.
One day I was browsing the Internet and came across this website, "Second Life." it looked like everything I had hoped for. SL is a full scale immersive environment for all ages above 14 that having a buzzing imagination or have special needs (or both!
It's a little thing called common sense, people. You learn how to avoid its' bad places and whatnot.
) It's not for some teenagers, but it's great for those you want to prepare for real life.
You do however, have a great time playing the game.