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But for a species that now got its babies from test tubes, why shouldn’t a geek try to get his ya-yas out by way of Alpha Centauri? An Internet list of ‘Frequently Asked Questions’ describes the latter activity . There were Internet forums where people could post erotic stories (or add to others’ stories)—many of which would evolve into multipart series—that would attract tremendous followings.

There were hatchling websites that stole printed porn pictures and posted them as their own; sites that featured virtual strip blackjack; sites where online models popped up in tiny matchbook-size peep-holes, responding to keyboard commands (“How about removing those fish-nets? The Internet began to micropander to every type of sexual connoisseur.

The message comes in many forms, but it’s always the same: “You do not deserve to be with him.” Sometimes, the message is delivered via a flirty waitress at a restaurant who smiles at him while scribbling my order — it’s straight out of a movie.

Other times, the message comes from a smiling face that says, “You’re a VERY lucky girl…” Is that a backhanded compliment? And the worst part is, I’m not even supposed to do this.

There was a private women’s conference that only [female] members could be part of.

There were quite a lot of women on The WELL—for an Internet group, it was a shocking number. It didn’t even occur to me that computers were supposed to be a guy-only space.

[As part of ] this private women’s conference—it was more gossipy and talking about our private lives and things you didn’t necessarily want everyone else to see in public—someone started a topic called ‘That Son-of-a-Bitch.’ ” She laughs. “This woman told a story about how she’d met this wonderful man on The WELL and it just all seemed so incredibly touching and poignant and like a match made in heaven. So we were ‘listening’ to her describe how sexy it was.

), that I was a “superficial fat chick.” They said if a guy was attracted to me, I should be grateful! I kept my standards high started dating a Dwyane Wade look-a-like. I mean, you, you can talk into the microphone and say you can’t get a date, you’re overweight. But if I say it, they call the suicide hotline on me.

The self-described Plus-Size Princess concluded, “I can play the insecurity blame game, or I can keep it simple and know that when I’m confident in who I am I attract men who are confident in who they are…

Slate writer Willa Paskin argued, “Louie has no idea what it’s like to be a ‘fat girl,’” and Olisa had a slightly different take, recounting a time an insecure guy broke up with her in high school because she was overweight.

Like those donning drag, they assumed new names and created parallel identities. For instance, the Lambda MOO virtual world gives users a choice of male, female, neutral, neither, royal (the royal ‘we’), and the natty, insouciant ‘splat’ (*) option.” Women and men would assume cross identities: a member of one sex, disguised as another, would engage in cybersex with Net partners of either gender, or both, depending on the mood and circumstance.

This elasticity unleashed a new freedom to experiment, fantasize, and role-play.

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