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------------------ Live a Lush Life Da Chef Girl, (not meaning to sound critical or anything, but I think you need to think about getting a new name, 'cause it's hard to address you without sounding like somebody on a talk show--"Girl, you get yourself out of that relationship, you hear me? :) although maybe you don't mind that, or shall I address you as A Girl? :confused: People address me as Nott), anyway, are you talking about a sex chat room, or just regular chat, or like what we do here at SDMB?Because I think that if your friend's friend was pretending to be a woman in a sex chat room, then he was probably doing it just "for kicks", like he said, to see what would happen.As far as my own gender, well there must be a doctor on this board somewhere, I'd be willing to submit to examination. (IOW, if my friend busted her BF doing this stuff, should she be worried? Before I discovered the SDMB, I used to hang out at an online place called *hangs head in embarrassment* "Bianca's Smut Shack." Even there, I spent almost all of my time in "the bookcase," a "room" that was devoted to more intellectual discussion and featured very little cybering (what little there was usually was the result of people from other rooms looking for a quiet spot to make out).

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In most parts of the Internet (and even to some extent in our enlightened corner of it here) posters treat women and men very differently. Male posters sometimes do not get many responses but a female poster making the same statement will get lots of responses.

So, many men (or boys) pretend to be women (or girls) in order to have more people talk to them.

I used to go in there and assume a female identity and poke fun at all the poor dumbsticks. There was a certain ironic thrill in having a woman commiserating with me about all the idiot men pretending to be women. I never tried to seriously deceive anyone or swap emails or anything like that.

I looked at it as a chance to exercise my feminine side.

I'm sure there are some other reasons as well but none of them are anything I would be overly concerned about (except maybe the slight tendancy for cruelty displayed in my third case.) tanstaafl (male) ------------------ "Sometimes I think the web is just a big plot to keep people like me away from normal society." --- Dilberttanstaafl, that still doesn't explain the phenomenon of straight men going into cybersex chat rooms and pretending to be women, and cybering with another man. Heck I used to go into cybersex rooms for a while on IRC just for the hell of it, and no one ever believed I was female.

------------------ -- From an actual catalog: "Disco balls create an enchanting, dazzling effect of light shafts, adding movement and glamour to any occasion" the Abrams' bris was certainly memorable O p a l C a t ten years ago, I actually did this for about 20 minutes on a MUD.And although we fully trust the A Girl assertion that "And yes, I am...A girl", I'm sure you'll understand why, under the circumstances, we're going to require a DNA sample.I think mostly I was curious to see if: - We men really were the testosterone-addled, slavering skirt-chasers that I suspected (Would I get more on-line attention with a female nickname?) - We men all had about the same stereotyped ideas about female behavior (Would the sucker have any inkling that I was not truly female, but pretending, in an exaggerated way, to be female?Eventually, though, I just couldn't stand not answering certain questions that would give it away, so the (male) cat got out of the bag.

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