Although, it still confuses me that women would want to perpetuate a charade which, in the end, actually demeans (and can even disempower) the woman. I suspect this is an indication of how many women perceive that they really do lack power (access to power) in this society -- in spite of all the 'propaganda' insisting that they have achieved 'equality'.
'Flippage' (in his 'charade') broke with charade-game of the uber-feminine female online, maintained a caring "m-f" relationship and continued to play in the game with the aggression and skill he showed as a male player. It sounds like he was experimenting with the "no gender" potential of a virtual world. Props to him/her!
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