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I soon discovered that the internet was not just a place to cut and paste *NSYNC collages and illegally download Aaron Carter songs (something I was ashamed of even then).
It was a place where you could congregate after school and chat with your friends about your other friends and about cute boys and rant about your parents and rave about whatever salacious soap opera you just watched. Chatrooms — from AOL’s Instant Messenger (which boasted thousands of rooms) to Yahoo!
Transgender people are encouraged to enter whichever room best suits their needs.
No one could give your embarrassing screen-name a google and instantly find you on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or Linked In.
There was no internet footprint, which meant you felt completely safe and could be whoever you wanted to be.
While chatrooms still exist, they have a much seedier reputation now, thanks to the advent of To Catch a Predator and Chris Hansen (“Why don’t you take a seat over there? This was the ’90s, before firewalls and parental controls.
By the early 2000s, parents became aware of cyberbullies and sexual predators, and how the internet isn’t all that different from the playground.