When I looked at my feed this morning almost all the questions were from anonymous posters. The weird thing is, they are not questions that I would think needed to be so. And the one guy asking about panties wasn't anon lol. If it is not a embarrassing question or a subject that isn't taboo, why go anonymous?
People nowadays are afraid to even face themselves with what's inside , how do you expect them to face society with their opinions? when society stops judging , blaming and ranking people maybe more others can share their experiences and speak their minds freely... but for now , only those who fought for freedom can , (but and not always though )
I feel the need to always be anonymous. That is why I have an anchor for an avatar and an unpopulated profile. The only person on the planet that knows me in the real world and also knows I post here is my wife. @GraySailorsBride posts here to with a mermaid sitting on an anchor for her avatar and an equally unpopulated profile.
I never ask questions, just give answers as the mood strikes me. Being anonymous let's me be very open about myself and my history. I don't mind sharing everything that is inside but putting my face on it would make it too personal and I could not be as open.
For me anon is the norm. I marvel that people can put their real faces into the online world at all.
When it's something extremely personal and you don't want any weird/creepy messages you post anonymous. I mean... why not? Half of the questions probably wouldn't be asked if it were not for a feature.
you block anonymous responses which means you don't really want your question anwered by those you are questioning. the reason is because it doesn't matter if they are anonymous. Why try and judge people on little information even if they have a name? No matter who answers, if it rings true to you and it helps, that is what matters.
I only go anonymous when I feel that the question or the answer is too personal. Sometimes I don't want to have a certain question/answer associated to my account. But when I know that I have nothing to hide or to be ashamed of I don't go anonymous Perhaps they're so used to go anonymous that they forget that sometimes there's no need to ask or answer anonymously.