Utah recently passed a bill that limits children's access to social media, and I think this is a profoundly bad idea with a theoretically sound premise that is just unworkable in the modern internet era. Of course though, the preceding generations that don't understand the brave new world we have created don't realize this. And in the meantime kids will just suffer.
I'm such a queer kid that grew up in a conservative household (in Seattle no less, I don't get it either). When I was in middle school, I started to question my gender and then my parents found out on accident. I was confronted and I had no time to prepare for this.
Of course I failed, and then my parents managed to find my support group via a group text message line (if you remember those, please get a colonoscopy this year) and I was wholly and irreversibly cut off from the people who were trying to help me. Then that desire to really know myself got shoved back into the closet deep, and it nearly stayed there.
Without that resource of people to talk with, I was lost. I was truly alone and had nobody to talk out my gender issues with. My parents couldn't understand my form of existence, and with them shutting me down as much as they did, I eventually decided to not talk with them anymore.