I’ve heard many people say that the anonymity of the Internet gives people a platform to say whatever they want. However, with today’s world of connecting Yelps to Twitters to Facebooks and everybody and your grandma being on every social network, how anonymous are we really?
I don’t know about you, but I personally don’t feel at all that I can say whatever I want online. (That’s right, you’re getting me filtered. Imagine what unfiltered sounds like!) In fact, I pause before I leave a single comment on Facebook these days – even on superficial stuff like fashion, celebs and beauty – because I don’t want to get chewed out in a reply by my next door neighbor about Trayvon Martin, or get a cold stare + lecture at Thanksgiving dinner for having posted a pic of Kim Kardashian’s glazed donut-butt. Continue reading “And I Love You, #Honestli” »