Parents Corner: Looking Back At The Frenzy Of The Momo Challenge

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My son was watching YouTube Kids when I got the first text message about the “Momo Challenge,” which is apparently the latest rejuvenation of a dirty, digital dare intended to convince children to hurt themselves or commit suicide.

I’d never heard of Momo before, but my kids are young and just now getting into YouTube and other digital offerings. The…

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Director, Creator Growth @Medium. Editor. Writer. Mother. Proud recipient of an official Beyoncé shout out.

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