Once a personal blog chronicling news and scandals on social-networking sites such as Stickam, MySpace, Facebook, Twitter and Tumblr, StickyDrama was initially best known for its reporting on various crimes -- especially sex crimes. But in a post-Jessi Slaughter climate, the site has become known as a public forum for "trolls, lol-cows, criminals and camwhores."
In a world of "scene kids," StickyDrama has found its following. With more than 200,000 unique page views each month, the site reports on Internet celebrities and social-network gossip. Anyone can add a post anonymously or as a registered user, but the site's owner only publishes what he believes to be true. He doesn't allow nudity or anything that might offend the site's advertisers. However, reposting text and video posts with your own commentary is definitely encouraged.
While the site is simple in its design, the content is meant to inform, shock and provoke action (sometimes positive, sometimes not). What I find most interesting is what the site is reporting on: Internet celebrities ... people like Jessi Slaughter, who made a name for herself by posting webcam videos made in her bedroom that went viral. These are self-made celebrities! What teen doesn't want to be famous? Just give them a webcam and a voice, and they could be. But beware: They may end up drawing the wrong kind of attention.
Are your kids on StickyDrama?