With the influx of very young people, a lot of questions on Gag no longer involve asking for advice.
In fact, a classic case just occurred today. A poster said in the question that any answers that disagreed with her position in the question would be ignored or reported.
A couple of us still told her that, in the situation in question, we agreed with her parents' position, and were promptly told we were abusers like her parents, and blocked.
This was an extreme example, but as we know, US teenagers (and other English-culture influenced teens who come to Gag) rarely think anyone older has any worthwhile advice to give, especially from their parents, and their activity on Gag is mainly Facebook-style tagging friends, and asking to be rated..
And good luck if you criticize them when rating!
While this is an extreme example of teen attitude, (explicitly saying that differing opinions will be ignored), it's generally the case that any criticism of a teen asker, or disagreement with their position, will be greeted with name calling and blocking. This is especially the case with politically oriented questions, where their lack of experience and knowledge means their opinion is usually, ahem, lacking in logic or objectivity.
As a veteran here on Gag, I've mostly stopped bothering to answer their questions when they ask if it's ok to date someone 21 when they are 16, etc.
The asker is asking for support from peers, not for objective advice.