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  • Obsessee is a social media-only publication
  • Obsessee is a social media-only publication
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Obsessee is a social media-only publication

Social media is where we spend most of our time online – and this is especially true for teenagers. Obsessee is a social media-only publication that’s gaining a loyal Gen Z following by ditching stuffy old dot-coms and focusing on where people are actually browsing.

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