rm_indul_gent1 57M
20 posts
4/13/2005 6:58 am

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3/5/2006 9:27 pm


These kinds of virtual forums might be the modern day equivalent of the masquerade party.
The veil of anonymity allows for interaction without comittment, exploration without risk and discovery without purchase.
At the end of the party, an adventurous few will shed the mask and transform the virtual into reality. But how many have no intention of stepping out from behind the facade, content to observe but not to taste?
I'm simply curious. Do people here really want to meet, to form some kind of attachment, perhaps uncover hidden parts of themselves or stimulate some kind of personal evolution? Or is this just entertainment or voyeurism, perhaps a diversion from the mind-numbing oppression of obligation, tedium and responsibility?

Apolybear 55M

4/13/2005 8:34 pm

Some want to meet. Others don't. The challenge is to distinguish between the two.

papyrina 52F
21133 posts
4/14/2005 6:26 am

i started here out of curiosity,now one year later,i enjoy it,it keeps me busy and my marriage to a certain degree alive,i've met lots of lovely men for coffee and made some good friends,

I'm a

i'm here to stay

Barbiebunny69 45F

4/19/2005 1:15 pm

masquerade..birlliant..try to hide so that the world can never find you.

I meet and play online..its all about what u are comfortable with an living life..we only have one time here..and no guarantess....

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