by Cole Stryker
“Computer technology has changed many things, but the most profound has been the ability to empower individuals to redefine themselves in a social environment, to hack into their personhood, their identity, and truly become [whom] they want to be. Cole Stryker writes.
Not singularly, in the internet environment, we don’t need any “faces”; we don’t need any “bodies.” There will be no more judges on your looking and other physical appearances; there will be only fantasy you created: more literally, more graceful, and maintains a set mystique. Despite this, internet users can never be turned up with real identity which if you did a good job of fencing your identities online.