Many of her peers are on Instagram, a couple of cousins, and her parents, so we decided it would be o.k for her as well.
One of my queer friends is interested in joining a campaign online, and is looking for an inclusive, friendly group of players. I'd love to answer her, but after years of roleplaying irl and online, I still have no idea how I'd accomplish such a feat.
I have enjoyed using this app from my phone, as a way to share my life through photos.
Kids and teens simply start their story from an image of their choice and write a scenario or storyline in the description using hashtags like #rp, #roleplay or #openrp.
For most involved, role-playing is a simple way to enjoy a common interest.
Trial and error being the obvious answer to this question, what else is it that you expect that the online version of TT RPG will offer that RL TT RPG's won't? Once you get audio/video then of course questions about gender will become more front and center, so what kind of "online" we talking?
The internet has plenty of people whom you've never met who are casually rude to others thanks to the anonymity the internet holds as a feature. Also, answerers should keep in mind the Back It Up!