modern apps & networking tools have become too personalized for guys and girls all over the world wanting to have freedom to chat without judgment.
We all feel ourselves spied by colleagues & family members, under a huge magnifying glass.
I only have vague memories about the first time I had sex.
(I was 15, and it was the intermission of my camp’s production of A Midsummer Night’s Dream; I was Helena, he was Lysander, and that’s all you need to know.) I do, however, have a very clear memory of the first time I had cybersex. His AIM handle was Frank Zappy, and I believe he claimed to be a married man from Queens.
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You can join any of the available anonymous chat rooms without having to worry about your personal data being stored or shared (‘nobody will judge you, as nobody can find out your real name’).
It was easier to be anonymous on the Internet back then, to flirt and wink and experiment behind purposefully misspelled, sexually charged screennames like seksikittee69 and bigboi17 that weren’t tethered to a public Facebook account.
While technology like group video conferencing existed, it was painfully slow and not readily available.
This veil of anonymity let an entire generation of young women like myself experience their sexual initiations in AIM chatrooms.
For the first few weeks or so, my relationship with Frank Zappy skirted the lines of PG-13 respectability.