Our kids’ online lives can feel like a bit of a mystery. Particularly if they are into gaming, they might sit—headphones on and behind closed doors—for hours at a time, leaving you wondering who they’re interacting with and what those conversations are like. If that’s the case, one popular gamer has advice for parents: You should be listening in.
David Marchese recently talked with Tyler Blevins—more widely known as “Ninja,” a popular video game streamer among teenagers and young adults—for the New York Times. Blevins says he frequently encounters kids who say