For me, Internet on it's own, trans topic aside, is twofold. Firstly, it's a "place" where I live, as I'm a person, "coming in" and "out" of it. To communicate, to learn to share, to spend my time and live my life. Secondly, internet is me. Not whole of, only the parts I'm currently connected to with invisible threads of thoughts and context. Part of my conscious always exist in the web, impossible and unreachable without it. In a way, we are all an Internet. Internet is exocortex, both hardware and software I partially run on.
So, essentially, Internet is a tool to express my transness, to feed my crossdreaming with exogenic experiences. And also Internet is my transness. Transgender, transhuman, transcendental, perhaps, even more, than I' am by proxy of my written word or memory of me shared among other people. Internet isn't just something I can be trans through/with help of, it's also the way how I am trans. You can safely use cybertrans. Because even before I realized/developed my crossdreaming transgender identity I was always open to the idea of Internet being absolutely transformative of your identity and body. You can be a 13 year old girl, dragonkin or clever bot if that's how you see it and you don't have no intention of harming others or breaking laws, which override Internet's codes of conduct.
On internet you are your myth and myth of you, whether it's a complex game or a matter of your survival. Your body and soul are made of pixels and semi-interactive tests. You might even have different identities on different sites and conglomerations with their own reputations, allies and enemies.
Transgender just got to be a part of this whole trans nature.
Last week ago... I tried virtual sex chats for the.. not a first time, but I tasted this experience better this time. Anyway, I had a bunch of conversation what baffled me the most on this anonymous text chats are requests of ASL. Most incomprehensible question ever to me It's not like anyone is compelled to tell you truth. A what's changing in your life after getting this data? Weird, I say.