Perhaps the most valuable lesson to be learned from Rickman’s book and research is that “media migration” is a new avenue for young female adolescents. It is an avenue for those seeking to escape harsh, and what they view as unfair, societal limitations. In presenting this avenue, the book paints a different picture than the more typical developmental research focusing on girls’ media use, which focuses more on what is happening and the challenges of changing it (Festl and Quandt 2016; Frison et al. 2016; Symons et al. 2017) rather than focusing on why media is engaged (see Wängqvist and Frisén 2016). Rickman even goes one step further as she argues that the phenomenon she identified is both unnatural and avoidable—society need only (as a first step) look to the three points highlighted in her impressive book.